Master Chief and the Arbiter must join together to attack the Covenant and destroy the Flood.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tim Dadabo Tim Dadabo ... 343 Guilty Spark (voice)
Keith David ... Arbiter (voice)
Steve Downes ... Master Chief (voice)
Jen Taylor ... Cortana (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Gravemind (voice)
Ron Perlman ... Lord Hood (voice)
David Scully David Scully ... Sgt. Johnson / Elites (voice)
Justis Bolding ... Commander Miranda Keyes (voice)
Robert Davi ... Shipmaster (voice)
Terence Stamp ... Prophet of Truth (voice)
Steve Blum ... Brute (voice)
Ken Boynton ... Brute Chieftain (voice)
Fred Tatasciore ... Brutes (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Brute Chieftain (voice)
Todd Licea ... Civilians (voice)

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Storyline

Master Cheif returns to a Covenant Dominated Earth on a mission to kill the final alien leader. Meanwhile, the Arbiter, Johnson, and Keyes form a loose alliance and escape from Delta Halo. The Covenant is ripped in civil war, and the Elites along with a handful of other alien races become sympathetic to the human cause. Delta Halo's impromptu dis-activation has brought all of the Halos to a "remote activation phase". They can be activated from a facility called the ark, which happens to be on Earth. Written by G. Eader

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Believe... in heroes. See more »

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Action | Sci-Fi | War

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The voice overs of most of the marines are the cast of Firefly (2002) and Serenity (2005). Nathan Fillion plays the voices of the Sergeants, on one of the levels he even refers to himself as Sergeant Reynolds. See more »

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[first lines]
Cortana: They let me pick. Did I ever tell you that? Choose whichever Spartan I wanted. You know me. I did my research, watched as you became the soldier we needed you to be. Like the others, you were strong and swift and brave. A natural leader. But you had something they didn't. Something no one saw but me. Can you guess? Luck... Was I wrong?
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IGN's Halo 3 Review! (I did not write this!)
21 August 2009 | by scottgamingninjaSee all my reviews

The campaign, which is very good, is Halo 3's weakest point. It doesn't capture the cavalier spirit of the original Halo, but you'll still have fun playing through it. There's no first-person shooter on 360 that can equal Halo 3's blend of cinematic action, adrenaline-pumping shootouts, and male- (and female)-bonding gameplay. Look beyond the gameplay and you have a rich feature set unlike anything ever delivered in a video game. The Forge and the replay functionality raise the bar for console shooters so high, it may never be surpassed this generation. There will be plenty of aspects for fans to nitpick, but it's hard to argue against Halo 3 as the most complete game available on any console.

PRESENTATION - 10/10 An amazing replay editor, four-player online co-op, map editor, and community support make this the most robust feature set ever in a video game.

GRAPHICS - 9/10 Despite a few moments of slowdown, this is a gorgeous game, especially considering the demands of the replay function. And it's to die for in 1080p.

SOUND - 10/10 This is the reason God created Surround Sound. Halo's theme is a futuristic anthem that inspires the troops. The chatter during combat is fantastic.

GAMEPLAY - 9/10 There are a few questionable design choices in the campaign, but this series remains the most fun first-person shooter on the planet. Multiplayer and the Forge are fantastic

LASTING APPEAL - 10/10 The campaign won't take you long to complete, but this is a game that can be played for years. There are so many things to do, and it's so much fun to do them.

OVERALL - 10/10


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Official Sites:

Bungie Studios

Country:

USA

Language:

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Release Date:

25 September 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Chicago Illinois, USA

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$60,000,000 (estimated)
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