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 Dec 01, 2004 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* Master Chief Takes Flight

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TotalVideoGames has a video today of someone finding a big glitch in Halo2, and managing to get Master Chief to fly unaided.

Rogue not only assured us that this wasn?t the result of an Action Replay or similar cheating device, but a glitch within the game that anybody could perform; although regretfully we couldn?t squeeze the secrets of the technique from him.

Although the video was enough to keep us entertained all morning long, Rogue assures us that it?s not a complete secret and has become quite common amongst Xbox Live! addicts ? so if you find yourself sniping on Coagulation make sure to keep check on the skies.
Interesting... though my gaming group has gotten slightly disillusioned with Halo2, mostly on the "no falling damage" perspective.

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