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Halo: Broadside
Broadside
Developer(s)
US Date Released
December 21st, 2012
UK Date Released
December 21st, 2012
Game modes:
Multiple
ESRB rating:
Platform(s):
Media:
"Welcome to the UNSC Navy, Lieutenant."
―Official game motto used before Beta release


Halo: Broadside, known originally as Broadside, was a video game for the Xbox 360 that took place in the Halo universe, more specifically the Infinityverse. It ran on a vastly upgraded game engine, even when compared to that of Halo: Reach. It was notable for its requirement of a Xbox 360 Command Pad in order to play. The game was sold primarily with the Command Pad for a total price of USD $79.99, CAN $79.99, €59.99, or £52.99, depending upon location. Only one week after its release date (which had been uncoincidentally placed on the supposed end of time), Broadside had grossed a total of $310 million US dollars.

Background

Game Modes

Campaign

Campaign★LIVE

Coliseum

Coliseum★LIVE

Warzone

Deity Mode

Factions

United Nations Space Command

The United Nations Space Command, or UNSC, is the mighty military of all humanity, or at least the vast majority. Its armed forces are far more disciplined that those of opponents, though they are often dwarfed in both stature and technology. Their navy is comprised of dozens of various classes of warships, ranging from small transport shuttles to behemoth dreadnoughts.

Covenant

United Rebel Front

Haverson Defense

Features

Reception

Gallery

Behind the Scenes

Trivia

Notes

  • Only Campaign will be considered official fanon; all other modes are to be considered of an alternate universe.

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