When Sony Playstation and Nintendo took control of the games industry, Microsoft’s involvement – one of the better known companies as a Windows operating system developer, had indeed invited question marks. Through their product – Xbox, Microsoft is trying to penetrate the market as effectively as possible, at least to ensure their console will not fall apart at the start of the release. Of all the exciting exciting games released to the market, the project from Bungie Studios -dragon ball z dokkan battle is the one who may somewhat present as a savior. Through the cold hands of Master Chief who was battling against the Convenant, the Xbox still able to survive, even gave birth to a new generation to this day.
Interestingly again, regardless of its position as an exclusive Xbox series, Microsoft released two series – HALO: Combat Evolved and HALO 2 for PC, albeit in a long time lag after its Xbox version was released in 2001. And after a long wait, The other HALO series finally touches the PC platform again via HALO: Spartan Assault which was planned to launch on April 4, 2014.
HALO: Spartan Assault will be the last HALO project to be released via Steam. Microsoft insists there is no plan to bring another dragon ball z dokkan battle astuce series.
This of course leaves a new hope, that Microsoft might just be releasing more other mainstream HALO series like HALO 3 and HALO 4 for PC. But unfortunately, this hope is destroyed Microsoft quickly. Through its official spokesperson, Microsoft ensures that they will not release any more HALO series via Steam in the near future.
So for those of you who are still curious about the Master Chief action on HALO 3 and HALO 4, or just want to taste the epic side story in HALO Reach, the only way now is to have Xbox 360. What a pity, Microsoft ..