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 May 12, 2010 - 07:34 AM - by Michael
* Halo2 Protest Ends

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There is no longer any Halo2 online from Xboxes connected to Microsoft... and this time they mean it. The last player was actively booted from the server.

I guess Microsoft had had enough.

"May 11th @ 0158hrs I was FORCEFULLY REMOVED!!" he wrote on the forums at Bungie.net. "I thought I'd be the one turning off the lights but that was done for me. Good night everyone, My Elite needs a rest."
While it's gone, you can still set up a "wide area VPN" like Tunngle or use XBConnect to get a game going with friends...
 

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