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Halo: Custom Edition Videos and Trailers - PC

Halo: Custom Edition
Game Description: Halo Custom Edition is a multiplayer only, standalone version of Halo on the PC. This is an unsupported version of the game which allows user created maps to be played and edited with the Halo Editing Kit (from Bungie). Halo Custom Edition should be considered a multiplayer expansion pack, as it requires an original Halo PC disc (and CD key) to install.
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Halo: Custom Edition Videos

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  • Gears of War vs. Halo

    Posted: July 14, 2008 | 6,335 Views | 02:06

    Though Halo helped Microsoft establish a foothold in the gaming industry, Gears of War took that franchise's greatest features to the next level. Will Gears of War 2 secure Microsoft's next-gen...


 


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