Creating a cover for your upcoming video game isn’t as easy as it looks. Unless it utilises the chin down, eyes up approach (Best for job interviews). And then you get the video game covers of software pirates. You’ve seen them before, at flea markets and at the robots. Hastily printed covers, sometimes the wrong one, in washed colours and cheap paper. And then you get the video game pirate covers of Syrian Games, which takes terribad to a new level.
I’m actually pretty excited for Halo 4, as are a number of other players. Over the last decade, that franchise has etched itself deep into my memory, so deep in fact, that any future offspring of mine might have it in their DNA as well.
And it’s an effect that can be seen everywhere, as the game is still prevalent today, in all forms of media. But did you know that Halo even has a seat on the UN Security Council, according to the BBC?