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With Election Over, Nation Returns Focus To Halo 4
KIRKLAND, Wash. (CAP) - After a grueling few months of aggressive advertising, social media chatter, and rising tensions leading up to November 6, the nation has finally made its decision: Halo 4 is awesome.
The Xbox game was released to enthusiastic crowds early last week, who braved long lines to get their chance to save the world.
"I've been looking forward to November 6 all year," said Peter Mackey, a student. "You rarely get this kind of opportunity. They've only made like four of them."
Halo 4 was produced by 343 Industries, a subsidiary of Microsoft. It follows the trials and tribulations of Master Chief, the hero who fights alien intruders and saves the earth.
"I totally relate to Master Chief," said Mark Fichtner, a gamer. "I just get the sense that he cares about me, you know?"
The game sold millions of copies in days and is receiving rave reviews.
"We were nervously watching the numbers all day," said Chris Morgan, a PR agent at Microsoft. "Things just kept getting better and better. I don't think Apple is too happy about it, but fuck those guys."
Some purchased Halo 4 by mail, having made their decision weeks ago.
"I couldn't wait to make my impact and buy a copy," said Dale Matheson, a student. "I've been waiting ever since I was a kid, which was a couple years ago. Every Xbox fan has a duty to buy one."
Not intending to change the subject, CAP News asked Halo 4 fans if they voted.
"Of course I vote. I vote for maps all the time in multiplayer mode," said Anthony Parker, a father of two. "You can't sit these things out."
Parker then realized his mistake. "Oh shit, you meant the election," he said. "Who won? I've been playing Halo all week."
- Chason Gordon