After being awoken from cryogenic sleep, Master Chief crash lands on a planet infested by aliens known as Prometheans.

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Dalton (voice)
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Rivera / Additional Voices (voice)
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Dr. Tillson (voice)
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Roland / Additional Voices (voice)
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Miller (voice)
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Glassman (voice)
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Master Chief (voice)
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VO Announcer (voice)
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Sarah Palmer (voice)
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Doctor Owen / Additional Voices (voice)
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Madsen (voice)
Elle Newlands ...
Grant (voice)
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Thomas Lasky (voice)
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Thorne (voice)
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Storyline

Halo 4 is the start of a new saga in the Master Chief's story. This saga is known as the Reclaimer Saga. At the end of the legendary mode of Halo 3 we see Master Chief Petty Officer John-117 orbiting a planet and hear him say to Cortana "Wake me when you need me". Well now is the time to be needed. The game starts where you last left off in a torn in half ship orbiting a planet around four years after the events of Halo 3. John wakes up to Cortana screaming "John I need you!" This creates the beginning of a new saga. In Halo 4 we see a new breed of enemies called the Prometheans. The Prometheans are AIs created by the Forerunners to protect a planet. Unfortunately you're seen as a threat. However despite being made by the Forerunners the Prometheans have a much darker and more sinister plot. Also aside from the Prometheans, Cortana is turning rampant and has begun to turn on the Master Chief. As a new twist, the Master Chief will be working together with the Spartan IV's the ... Written by Jason Cleary

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Wake Up John.

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Unlike previous games in the series, this game reveals the face of Master Chief, however, his eyes are remained concealed under shadow. See more »

Quotes

Andrew Del Rio: I am ordering you to remove that AI's data chip, and retire it for final dispensation.
Cortana: [Muttering to herself] Don't... please... please. I don't want to... you don't want me to... Please.
Andrew Del Rio: Remove the chip now, commander!
[Master Chief removes the chip and places it in his helmet]
Andrew Del Rio: Give me that chip!
Master Chief: The Didact has to be stopped. If you won't do that, I will.
Andrew Del Rio: I... am ordering you... TO SURRENDER THAT AI!
Master Chief: No, sir.
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Follows Halo (2001) See more »

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I wasn't sure...
6 November 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I have loved Halo sine its birth on xbox, many a day, night and another day spent playing with my friends and then (later with the release of Halo 2), fellow gamers online. I have enjoyed the whole series, and followed it closely. I have always loved the campaigns and online game play. Recently I got a little bored with Reach online and so put it down for a while, but OMG! I went to the midnight release being a true fan, but still was unsure... OMG people! everything about this game is excellent, the campaign is fun and refreshing, and the online multiplayer is Friggin' fantastic!!!! I wasn't sure with the class' and spartan points and so on, but HOLY CRAP! It is fun, fun, fun. My love of Halo has been re-kindled. I cant wait to get home from work and play it! long live the master chief! Thankyou 343. Thankyou.


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