Jackson collab Halo Chronicles will be a “different experience”, says Kim

By Patrick Garratt, Sunday, 24 February 2008 19:33 GMT

Xbox super-boss Shane Kim’s given first hints that the Peter Jackson Halo product announced at X06 may be something properly different from the games so far.

“The collaboration’s going really, really well,” he said. “I think people are going to look at it and they’re going to realise that it’s a different experience, whether that’s in terms of the perspective of the way we tell it, the way we deliver content, storytelling… I’m just saying that I think it’s going to be a different experience.”

It’s worth noting that as far as we’re aware, Microsoft has never used the word “game” to describe the super-secret Halo Chronicles. God only knows when we’re going to see anything solid on this.

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