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the wtf show (video) 21 May 2007: Halo 3 Beta Review Part 1

May 21st, 2007 · 5 Comments

Part 1 of a 2-part quick look at Halo 3 Beta, which made a few levels available for some online gaming on Xbox Live. mrbrown jumps in to kick ass and take names. Check out the Snowbound map and the Sticker bomb, Spartan Laser and Bubble Shield. (Available in mp4 and Youtube formats)

Caution! The mp4 video file is quite big.

Vodcast iconVideo Podcast: the wtf show (video) 21 May 2007: Halo 3 Beta Review Part 1 (MP4 Video, 320×240, file size: 19.3mb, Time: 00:03:32)

Or you can also view the low-res version above or over at Youtube.

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5 responses so far ↓

  • Hun Boon // May 22, 2007 at 9:44 am

    just a quick suggestion: instead of continually jumping between Mr Brown and Halo, why not do a Pic-in-Pic instead? :)

    It’ll be less distracting, and we can see Mr Brown’s reaction to what’s happening on the screen.

  • Tammi // May 22, 2007 at 12:29 pm

    Haha. We’re trying. We still have to play around with the editing software a little more before we can effectively use that.

    Thanks for the suggestion though! =)

  • mb // May 22, 2007 at 1:25 pm

    Actually Hun Boon, we did consider it. But we decided not to because when you shrink the video to Youtube size or 320by240 for online distribution. my face will be smaller than a postage stamp hahaha! So it was not practical to do p-in-p. But yes, thanks for the suggestion! We will certainly try it some day if it is visually practical.

  • theory.isthereason » Meeting Minister Lee Boon Yang @ International Museum Day // May 22, 2007 at 11:51 pm

    […] About meeting Dr. Lee Boon Yang… at first I felt a little embarrassed by the amount of gadgets weaved onto my sousveillance backpack, but I think it got the message across: Individuals today can become media entities on their own. Referring to the myriad of online personalities / celebrities, anyone with enough charisma, tech-savvy, and business sense, can rival the attention which only media conglomerates previously enjoyed. Has this happened in Singapore? Sure… MrBrown’s a good example, with his daily podcasts and other online shows. […]

  • fynyx // May 23, 2007 at 5:16 pm

    Hi, mrbrown & friends:

    Old fashioned chap that I may be,
    I’d been missing your -WTF! Show- since those
    nostalgic Switch parodies you did with
    Mr Miyagi ages ago, last year.
    (Yes, love your Ah-Long sidetake too).

    Then I ran into your latest Halo 3 vids,
    and am I glad to visit again!
    All the best!

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