Alex and Nathan are back after their hiatus to bring you the third mission of their Legendary Halo Wars run-through. Join them for hilarious, yet inappropriate, puns as they blitz their way towards the ever-elusive gold medal!
Disclaimer: Music used is ‘Under Cover of Night’, by Martin O’Donnell, from the Halo: Combat Evolved Original Soundtrack. I do not own the rights to this, or any other music present in the video.
This week, after a short break and some technical difficulties, Alex and Nathan finally manage to complete the second mission of Halo Wars on Legendary.
They’ll learn plenty they didn’t know about Harvest, but will they be able to finish the mission in the par time like they planned?
Who needs that Gold Star rating anyway…
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Alex and Nathan from DigiBytes keep their promise of a Halo Wars Campaign run-through, and here it is!
Join them as they fight through the frustrations and tackle one mission a week on Legendary. How long will they last? According to them, not very long.
Alex, Sam, Kiel, Nathan, and Michael are back for part 2 of AussieBytes, the latest and greatest videogaming podcast!
This week the guys pull out Halo 4 to play their very own home-grown arena-spectacular ‘Rampage’, with some clarification on ownership, and ‘Slender’, the terrifying gametype inspired by the one and only Slenderman.
AussieBytes will bring you the latest news and hilarious gameplay on a weekly basis, so tune in regularly.
Slender map: Link N/A. Search ‘Slender Town’, by ‘x115 Outcastx’ on your Halo 4 File Share.
Slender game type: Link N/A. Search ‘Slender’, by ‘x115 Outcastx’ on your Halo 4 File Share.
Special thanks to Sam for designing Rampage, and to x115 Outcastx for Slender Town!
Alex and Nathan from DigiBytes finally get around to playing a one on one game of Halo Wars on the classic Blood Gulch.
Who will win? Will Nathan succumb to the awesome wrath of Alex’s army and become the Gorog of the week?
Or will Nathan crush Alex beneath Sergeant Forge’s mighty boots?
Join Alex, Sam, Kiel, Nathan, and Michael (with a surprise appearance from Scott) from DigiBytes as they start up their new all-Australian podcast: AussieBytes!
This week they take a tour through GO City and play the Achievement Hunter-’inspired’ Cloud Down.
AussieBytes will bring you the latest news and hilarious gameplay on a weekly basis, so tune in regularly!
SEGA has released a new Let’s Play video for their upcoming RTS game Total War: Rome II, showing off some of the game’s campaign mode as well as the faction selection menu.
You can check out the juicy action below.
Alex Connellan and I get our feet wet with Rift in preparation for the F2P launch next week on June 11th. In this video, we quest our way through the Mathosian tutorial zone!
Today Kiel joins Alex from Digibytes and takes you through Kiel’s first playthrough of Trials Evolution! The competition is fierce as they struggle to win the best out of 3 rounds. Will Kiel’s limited knowledge of the bikes help? Who will win? Will they ever forgive Anakin for turning into Darth Vader?
It was very fun playing with Kiel during his first playthrough of Trials Evolution (and hopefully not his last recorded playthrough!). The maps we selected were just standard variety maps, which will change as we develop a more competitive nature, come up with challenges and competitions, and gradually start a ‘From the Community’ series for the game. Prior to the game I also briefly filled him in on what a couple of the bikes were so he would have a slight idea of what to expect in the handling difference from Trials HD, but that didn’t really help him. It didn’t help to remind me just how hard the Micro Donkey was either, but that’s beside the point.
Overall I had a lot of fun playing on Supercross mode; a mode I didn’t fully explore in my full review of the game. The video gives some insight into the map selection, level styles, layout of tracks, and the flow of gameplay. Plus it was fun to play and watch!
As in my review I highly recommend getting this game, it is one of my favorite games on my Xbox, and probably my favorite (excluding Minecraft) arcade game. I also highly recommend watching this video, joining us for a few laughs, and hopefully we’ll see you for some more soon!