Bungie, Microsoft, Halo – Yeah right

So Bungie left Microsoft (sort of). Finally. What’s on the radar for them next then?

One wonders if Apple will be benefiting from this split. After all, it’s not so long ago that we were watching Bungie talking to us about the great new Mac game Halo on the Mac platform during one of Steve’s keynote, and then all of a sudden they were bought up by Microsoft, and that’s it. Pro-Apple people resigned and left after a while, and Bungie was never the same again. Halo became a hit series, as we all know, but that was about it. Bungie was just living off the earnings of a great hit made many years ago by people who left the company, with little or no new ideas. Now that they are independent again, one wonders if they will be able to churn out anything other than more Halo spinoffs.

And I wonder if they’ll ever be a major Mac game developer again.

Heck. I don’t even like Halo.

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