You'd think that ten years after Halo 2 launched, Master Chief saying, "I need a weapon" would have less of an impact. I thought that, anyway, and I was wrong. Like, super, super wrong. In Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Microsoft's Halo studio (343 Industries) has made a decade-old game shockingly relevant once again. Halo 2 "Anniversary" (as it's known) is gorgeous, it sounds dramatically better, and the cutscenes are completely re-made by the CGI masters at Blur Studio. But let's not kid ourselves -- unless you're a hardcore Halo dork (like me), you're here for the wealth of online multiplayer, right? Follow us below for a stream of both Master Chief Collection's campaigns and all that multiplayer.
[For the record, I'm playing Halo: The Master Chief Collection on an Xbox One, using a retail copy (disc) provided by Microsoft. I'm streaming the game over wired internet using Open Broadcaster Software and an Elgato Game Capture HD. All that to say, "This game will likely look prettier and run more smoothly on your home equipment. Streaming conditions vary!"]