Halo: Chronicles (lost build of cancelled Xbox 360 episodic game; 2006-2009)
Halo: Chronicles was a cancelled video game that was meant to be developed by WingNut Interactive for the Xbox 360. It was originally announced on September 27th, 2006 at Microsoft's Xbox convention, X06, but on June 24th, 2009, Peter Jackson stated in an interview that the game was cancelled.
Gameplay and Story[edit | edit source]
Halo: Chronicles would have apparently been more of an interactive episodic movie with limited interaction. Depending on what choices the player would make during interactive segments, they could get different endings. Additionally, the story would have possibly focused on the character John-117 (Master Chief).
Existence[edit | edit source]
No footage or screenshots of the game have surfaced. In fact, very little has surfaced at all apart from a fan-made cover for the game.
See Also[edit | edit source]
- Halo DS (lost Nintendo DS tech demo; 2007)
- Halo: Combat Evolved (lost build of cancelled PlayStation 2 port of Xbox first-person shooter; 2001)
- I Love Bees - Hurricane Ivan incident (lost operator call from Halo 2 marketing campaign; 2004)
External Links[edit | edit source]
- A Halopedia article on the game. Retrieved 20 Apr '16
- A HaloWikia article on the game. Retrieved 20 Apr '16
References[edit | edit source]
- Gamasutra article announcing Halo: Chronicles. Retrieved 10 Sep '20
- Archived LA Times article on the game's cancellation. Retrieved 10 Sep '20