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Sunday, January 16, 2022

John Carpenter Claims ‘Halo Infinite’ to Be Best of the Series

As horror fans know, the master himself, John Carpenter, turns 74 today. And, in case you didn’t know, John Carpenter is also a longtime fan of video games. After all, he lent his likeness to the 2002 video game sequel to The Thing, but has also taken to Twitter from time to time to post his thoughts on the games that he’s been playing.

One title earning top praise from Carpenter is 343 Industries’ latest entry in the Halo series with Halo Infinite. Carpenter sent out his thoughts last night about the Xbox shooter, going so far as to say that the game is the series’ best.

This of course prompted responses from a variety of people, including some of the designers themselves.

But, as we all know, the man loves his horror. In an interview with Giant Bomb back in 2013, Carpenter listed off several of his favourites, which just so happened to include BioShock, the Dead Space series, The Last of Us and Silent Hill.

Would we ever get Carpenter directing a video game? That remains to be seen, but Carpenter would be up for it. “I’d love to work on an original video game,” Carpenter said back in 2013. “Maybe the opportunity will present itself.”

Meanwhile, Halo Infinite is available now on the Xbox Series and PC, as well as the Xbox Game Pass. The TV adaptation of the series is expected later this year for Showtime. Pablo Schreiber (“American Gods”) has been set to star as Master Chief, with Otto Bathurst on board to direct.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3699349/john-carpenter-claims-halo-infinite-best-series/

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