Halo - Legends details
|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Greg Ayres, John Swasey, Luci Christian, James Faulkner|
|Directors:||Shinji Aramaki, Mamoru Oshii|
|Genres:||Animated, Anime, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, World Cinema|
|Studio:||WARNER HOME VIDEO|
Halo - Legends
|Run time:||1 hour 32 minutes|
|Rental release:||15 Feb 2010|
|Subtitles:||Castilian Spanish, Danish, English, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish|
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Preview Episode looks good!By jpage (2 reviews) from Dartford, Kent , 08 Nov 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]Anyone who has downloaded the Halo Waypoint application to their Xbox 360 can take advantage of a preview episode from the Halo Legends series.
From what I've seen, this Manga series is going to be fantastic. Full of action, gore and violence, whilst staying faithful to the Halo plotlines, this is sure to appeal to casual and hardcore fans of both the Manga and Halo genres!
Watch this space!!!
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Stop Ruining Master ChiefBy WongOrWhite (113 reviews) , 26 Sep 2013Maybe my expectations were too high...you have to be real diehard fan to honestly say that you love this and even then, I'd suspect you'd be lying, if not to me then at least to yourself...the collection of short films is ok, some are better than others (take for example the Covenant story...) and some are just dragged out too long...the monotonous narration sometimes drones on a tad too much but I'll admit it always does bring a tear to my eye every time the theme music kicks in...honestly, the whole thing just felt like some huge ego masturbation exercise...
Essential for fans and future fansBy IGN (38 reviews) , 10 Aug 2013Firstly, I suggest watch the special feature 'Halo - The Story So Far' in this disc, I have played every single Halo game including Halo Wars which is RTS. With that in mind, I have always been confused as to why, when, who and everything happens. With this you get a better timeframe of when, who and why everything happens. I'm not a hard-core fan as it is now noticed so I highly recommend this to those who want to explore the entire Halo series more. It's divided in parts, different stories, different scenarios, and the only one I didn't like was a Chinese like battle of the Covenant near the begin, the rest were very informative and enjoyable. In fact, I think the anime shorts should be have more episodes to explore the Halo franchise even more.
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Cool in their own rightBy a customer , 21 Jun 2013Just watched Forward into Dawn, it was super. Then saw this, it fill in some part I don't know about the Halo would. I think they are all very good in their own right, the first two give you some good back ground store, just before Halo 4.
spartan's ruleBy bigboylittle (2 reviews) from London , 12 Jun 2013first two cartoon rubbish but then it gets good after that , was shame it ended , hope the next one better
Good in partsBy a customer , 29 Feb 2012This is a collection of mini episodes, each one with its own feel and look; similar to Batman:Gotham Knight. I thought some episodes were excellent but others were really poor. One episode in particular actually reminded me of samuri pizza cats.
I would say this is mostly for fans who want to gain further insight into the world of halo and backstories of some of the characters, something it does really well.