Halo: 5 game genres perfect for the Halo series

Halo, arguably the biggest first-person shooter series around, has already proven that it can also deliver a compelling experience in the real-time strategy genre

#3: Halo MMO



Similar game(s): World of Warcraft, Guild Wars

How it plays: Believe it or not, there actually was a Halo MMO in development by Ensemble Studios, the same studio behind Halo Wars, but was ultimately canceled. Without going into a huge explanation of how a good Halo MMO would play, it should have most of the things you'd find in popular existing MMOs such as a rich assortment character classes, balanced skills and spells, and of course epic loot drops from killing palette-swapped enemies. No matter how the dev team behind a Halo MMO would approach their game, it would certainly be infinitely better than that Auto Assault MMO. Bleh!

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