The best thing I can say about Halo: Infinite is that it gets better as it goes. The single-player campaign starts out as a basic first-person shooter dripping in nostalgia juice, and it ends up as a rudimentary open-world shooter swimming in sci-fi tropes, starring everyone's favorite emotionless space soldier and his co-dependent AI assistant. As the first open-world entry in the Halo franchise and with more than a year of extra development time, I had high hopes for Infinite. And even with a grapple hook, this game just can't reach them. I say all of this with love in my heart.
Dec-6-2021, 08:01:58 GMT