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Halo 2: Remaking the Legend Documentary Officially Released on YouTube November 3, 2014

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The documentary that I can’t possibly give enough positive press to has just been officially released on YouTube, and now people who don’t have access to Xbox Video or missed any of the Twitch Broadcasts can finally watch it. Produced by Microsoft and 343 Industries, Halo 2: Remaking the Legend is an hour long documentary detailing the phenomenon that was Halo 2‘s development, launch, and upcoming remake for the Xbox One. It has key interviews from former Bungie employees, current 343 staff, and a lot of Halo super fans. Give it a watch below!

If you aren’t a fan of YouTube or prefer other ways to watch, the documentary is still up for free purchase on the Xbox Video store if you prefer to watch it on your Xbox 360 or stream it on your Xbox One. It is also expected to come out on the Halo Channel on November 11th, 2014, although we have not seen an exact word on when we can expect the Halo Channel video service to launch.

Mountain Dew Game Fuel Has Returned November 3, 2014

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Grocery shoppers interested in picking up sugary sodas to help them through long gaming sessions can rejoice as Mountain Dew Game Fuel has returned just in time for the launch of the latest Call of Duty game!

Mountain Dew has had a long history of doing promotions with Microsoft going back as far as the days of the original Xbox. In 2007 to celebrate the incredible launch of Halo 3, Mountain Dew created a specific flavor just for gaming, Game Fuel. While its release was a limited promotion, it would return every once in a while (typically around November), to promote a new game or gaming milestone, like World of Warcraft or the Xbox One launch. This time it’s back to promote the launch of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and is promising a major Xbox One giveaway contest.

I’ve personally never had Game Fuel when it first hit shelves, but a friend of my sister, who was an enormous fan of Mountain Dew Code Red, told me she enjoyed Game Fuel just fine.

I’m really happy to see the soda back on shelves over here this year. Expect more Game Fuel content on the site soon!