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Halo 3: Mythic 2 Map Pack coming to Xbox Live Marketplace on Feb. 2

Do you love Halo enough to purchase new multiplayer maps, but not enough to buy new Halo games? If that's the case, you'll be pleased to learn that the Mythic 2 Map Pack, which was previously available with 2009's Halo 3: ODST, will be sold separately as Halo 3 (sans overly descriptive subtitle...

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Find the hidden skulls in Halo 3: ODST

Warning: Spoilers! As we did when the Mythic Map Pack was released, Joystiq brings you a quick video guide to locating the final three skulls in the new Halo 3 multiplayer maps included with ODST. In order for gamers to grab the final skulls -- and the Gamerscore attached to them -- players will...

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See the new Halo 3 maps in action

Well, they're not technically "in action," we suppose -- more like action's going on around and within them. So, more accurately, you can see the Halo 3 maps that will ship with Halo 3: ODST (Citadel, Heretic, and Longshore) in the general vicinity of action after the break. You'll be surprised to...

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ODST's Halo 3 maps revealed

click to open detailed screenshot terrain With all the talk of fancy open-ended environments, playable flashbacks and new cooperative modes, we'd almost forgotten about ODST's offering of new Halo 3 maps! When it launches later this year, Bungie's latest entry in the epic space hoop saga will...

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Doom, Heretic and Hexen: Now gibbing demons in-browser

Hey, how's it going? Having a nice day? Got a busy schedule, huh? Lots of work to do, right? We're sorry to hear that -- see, here's how we see the next week or so playing out: You'll fire up this recent, spot-on Flash port of Doom, Heretic and Hexen. You'll play them until you're about to...

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NeXT crucial to PC game history

John Romero, pausing from his CPL project, recently updated his weblog, reminiscing about the tenth anniversary of Apple buying NeXT; id used NeXT machines to develop some of its most iconic games. Doom, Doom II, and Quake were created on NeXT boxes, and Romero also says Raven Software developed...

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