It has been a while hasn’t it? For both a new game in the Halo franchise featuring the favorite Master Chief and for an Inside View game night. This weekend you are invited to join other Halo players and Inside View readers as well as Staff from Inside View on the newly released Halo 4. Here’s what you need to know in order to join:
Where: On Requiem, Halo 4 on the Xbox 360
When: November 10th at 1:00 PM CST / 7:00 PM GMT
What: Various game modes in the new multiplayer experience, War Games. Have fun slaying your friends!
How do I join? It’s simple! Just post a comment on this post with your Xbox LIVE Gamertag saying you want to join the Halo 4 game night. Or you can post on our Facebook page with your Gamertag stating you want in on the carnage. Lastly, you can tweet to @onyxspartan with your Gamertag also telling him you want in.
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