Second and third episodes of "Out of Mind" miniseries of Halo-based Machinima now available for download.
Two new Red vs. Blue shorts have arrived on the Xbox Live Marketplace this week, furthering the plot of the Halo-based series' five-part "Out of Mind" miniseries. Part two weighs in at 144.32MB, while part three will fill up 152.79MB of hard drive space. The Red vs. Blue series details two teams of Halo characters trying to take each other out in an epic battle of capture the flag with comical results. For more information, head over to the Red vs. Blue Web site.
I also think that they should have every Red Vs. Blue episode on Market Points because it would bring in a lot of revenue. Oh well I guess I will just have to download all of the episodes.
Hope they will get better because we were used to have great and very funny dialogue but beside the end of part three with a pretty funny line nothings very exicting right now.
awesome ive been waiting for these to finally be released...but what im waiting for more is for Season 5 to start!
I think you meant to write XBLM, not XBLA. XBLA would be Xbox Live Arcade and I don't think Red vs. Blue video would belong there. Details, details.
The RvB proper episodes are funnier, but I think Roosterteeth are going for a more serious feel with these, although they do have their funny moments. It's also nice to see Church (but I'd rather Caboose).
I saw the movie it's pretty funny the funniest part had to be the beggining when no one knew how to speak spanish and they tried to do the whole "FBI Warning" thing,lol,just watch it.
daqua_99 Cool ... my mate is really into it and I find it kind of funny ... it takes about 50 hours per 5 minutes of footage to create, you know ... You're thinking of Claymation.
i hope this is better, the first one was terrible. i love them usually but that last one on XBL was just not even remotely funny. oh well, hope it's good
trj, yep i noticed that too. They are thinking about arcade to much. Hopefully the 2nd and 3rd are funny this time.
Cool ... my mate is really into it and I find it kind of funny ... it takes about 50 hours per 5 minutes of footage to create, you know ...
i have the first and the second one .... I have yet to download the third one... but they are really good...
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