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Xbox One 500GB Halo: The Master Chief Collection Console Bundle by Microsoft

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$349.99

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Xbox One 500GB Halo: The Master Chief Collection Console Bundle is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 12.
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  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Publisher: Microsoft
  • Developer: Microsoft
  • Category: Systems

Product Details:

Get the definitive Halo experience with the Xbox One Halo: The Master Chief Collection Bundle*, honoring the iconic hero and his epic journey. The bundle includes The Master Chief's entire story with Halo Combat Evolved: Anniversary, newly remastered Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4. Play all 45 campaign missions plus more than 100 multiplayer and Spartan Ops maps in 1080p at 60fps. Also comes with access to the new live action digital series from executive producer Ridley Scott, Halo: Nightfall.

Get the essential Halo experience with the Xbox One Special Edition Halo: The Master Chief Collection Bundle, honoring the iconic hero and his epic journey. The bundle includes 500 GB Xbox One console and wireless controller, Halo Combat Evolved: Anniversary, newly remastered Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4. Play all 45 campaign missions plus more than 100 multiplayer and Spartan Ops maps in 1080p at 60fps. Also comes with access to the new live action digital series from executive producer Ridley Scott, Halo: Nightfall.

Black 500GB Xbox One console, wireless controller and chat headset

Full download of all four Master Chief Halo games at 60fps

45 campaign missions and over 100 multiplayer maps including 6 re-imagined maps from Halo 2: Anniversary

The greatest games lineup in Xbox history



The only one where you can play Halo 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsport 6 this year*

The only one where you can play your Xbox 360 games on Xbox One

The only place to play upcoming EA games before they launch, with EA Access**

The only one with Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Fable Legends, and Quantum Break

Xbox Live, the world's premier gaming community



The one with the most advanced multiplayer for you and your friends

Powered by hundreds of thousands of servers that maximize performance and reduce lag and cheating

The only one where you can connect with friends and play across Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs

The only one with a player-powered reputation system for a better experience

Games, Entertainment, and TV, all in one



The one where you can quickly switch back-and-forth between games, live TV, and apps

The only one where you can receive multiplayer invites while watching live TV, Netflix, and Blu-ray movies

The one with Skype and Sling TV, and other popular apps like NFL, HBO GO, and ESPN***

The only one with the OneGuide, a personalized entertainment guide across live TV, apps and more

The only one that let's you snap a live stream or tutorial alongside your game

Advanced technology that keeps getting better



The one where you can pause your game and instantly resume where you left off

The only one where you can stream your Xbox One games to a Windows 10 PC or tablet in your home****

Get new features and enhancements all the time, with more than one hundred added since launch

The one with the industry leading controller and revolutionary Kinect technology*****

Play Xbox 360 games you own and love on Xbox One



Keep your game saves, add-ons, achievements, and Gamerscore

Enjoy the advanced features of your Xbox One like Game DVR and in-home streaming to Windows 10

Starting in November, all future Games with Gold titles for Xbox 360 will be playable on Xbox One

Xbox One Backward Compatibility works with disc-based and digital games

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great console, but could be more I was pretty focused on NOT getting the xbox one at release, and everyone else. But know that it has almost 2 years to improve, Microsoft definitely fixed the xbox one. I do like the console on how it can do multiple things at a time, like TV, windows 10 streaming, and much more. I got the xbox one because I had the xbox 360, so I can transfer all my game saves and profile info. I also got it because I wanted to do more than just gaming, which does the 2 very well. I was pretty surprised by its split feature, which I use all the time. I also use it's windows 10 streaming A LOT! It runs games beautifully like BF4 and Forza Horizon 2, and I can almost not tell the difference between the PS4. The exclusives are great, like Halo, Forza, GOW, Rare Replay, and more. I enjoy this console very much, I play it almost every chance I get and I really like playing with my friends. The social features are quite impressive too, voice chat sounds almost like voice chat on PC and doesn't sound as mono as the 360. I use the smartglass app on my phone and PC as a way to send messages or join a party on the go. With backwards compatibility on the way and new accessories and interface update, it is almost impossible for a 360 owner to not one a xbox one. The only few flaws I have with the console is that it is really big with it's power supply. Which is a pro and a con, it cools and never overheats but is not portable like, at all. The interface NOW (August 2015) gets pretty slow and frustrating and crashes, which will hopefully fix it self in the Windows 10 interface November update. I also don't like how the battery on the controller sucks down so fast when using a headset. If you have the money and really want a headset, I would highly recommend getting a fully wireless headset for the xbox one. Also, I really wish that the Kinect would be like $30-50 for the current price ($110) is crazy for some webcam that does voice commands. (I know it does more I'm just talking out of how most gamers would use it) I also wish that the console was faster, reaching to the native resolution of full 1080p 60fps. But other than that, if you are a 360 owner and have some friends that have a xbox one and have an extra $500 hanging around (I say $500 for all the games and accessories you will NEED, even though this is only $350) then definitely get this!
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is great. Let's just say that the Xbox One is awesome. Not to mention the master Chief Collection is better on the Xbox one.
Date published: 2015-07-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Go for the ps4. sad experience This is a sad machine. 15-30 min download time for just installing the disc where on an ps4 it takes maybe 1 min or less. the machine is clunky and heavy, controller didnt always connect when i used some buttons which led to me dying alot in games. The games looking less superior in 2015 is a huge bummer and when it comes to content xbone games dont usually get as much stuff now, no point in spending the same money for a game that looks worse and has less to play. i have awful internet so MCC took almost 3 days to download 50 gbs and an update, while 50 gbs and an update on my new ps4 took less than 8 hours on my slow 10mbps internet. im not a sony fan boy, i had this and went this way first..while i love the feel of the controller, its just not worth it. i had a miserable time overall. if you dont unplug from the internet while installing a disc it takes even longer cause it wants to update the patch at the same time and in others words, you probably wont be playing that game that day :( Don't make the same mistake i did getting an one. maybe down the line they will get their act together but for now its a waste and not a value at all.
Date published: 2015-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Console Avaliable The Xbox One is a great console. I have owned an Xbox One and a PS4, and overall, I prefer the Xbox One. The Interface is more interactive and actually has show me some pretty good deals. The free games with gold is much better then PS Plus. Also, right now, as of 6-6-15, most recent EA Sports games are like $20, like Madden 15. And being announced at E3 is a new console, probably a slim version, and a new better controller. But The MCC is a great game, but it is pathetic it took 4 months to fix multiplayer, but it is all better now. But basically, if you are into Halo, Gears, and FPS games, get an Xbox, but if you are in to most other games, get an Xbox :)
Date published: 2015-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent way to enter next gen. This is a great deal for your money. Costing $50 less then the cheapest PS4 that comes with a last gen report game you instead get a collection of all 4 Halo main series games. However after picking up a couple next gen games such as Ryse and AC:Unity I felt even more confident in my purchase. The menu screen is not as confusing as people make it out to be, and if that is your deciding factor on not buying this system then you were planning on getting a PS4 to begin with and that's just reality. The one down fall is how long the system takes to DL things when you purchase them digital however I buy physical copies more then I make digital purchases. If you enjoyed the 360 there is no reason you wont enjoy the X-box One.
Date published: 2015-06-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Exclusives, Yet Poor Interface This is more of a review of the Xbox One as a whole, not really just Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Having said that, if you want to catch up on the franchise this is probably the best way to do it. The Master Chief Collection is great, the games perform well and online is functional. I did play it during the problematic launch window, and I had about as much success connecting as I did with Halo 3 back in the day, which was hit and miss. Take it as you will. In fact, the Xbox One has some really nice games on it. Some are on PC or hitting the PC, but it has some really good exclusive content. Sunset Overdrive was a great time, and there are some others like D4, Ori and the Blind Forest, Forza, Killer Instinct, and Forza, with games like a new Gears of War, Crackdown, Scalebound, and possibly more coming in the next year or two. It's brimming with games, and the third party content is plentiful. However, it doesn't have quite as many indie developed titles as the PS4, and many developers have had trouble getting higher resolutions and performance on the console in comparison to the PS4. Still, the library is really good for the console and the price. The interface, however, is not. And to me, it was the breaking point for me and Xbox. Let me share my experience: updating the Xbox One on startup was a nightmare. Admittedly it's probably my fault as I used wi-fi, but even updating the Wii U or PS4 over the air wasn't as long or difficult as the Xbox One. After many "failed to download" screens despite downloading the update at least five times, the console becomes usable. Well, now to download the games. I bought the Assassin's Creed bundle, and let me tell you -- download titles are heavy on the size. Assassin's Creed Unity is around 40 GB, and it somehow messed up downloading and corrupted the game. I had to download it again, on top of Black Flag. And thus lead to the largest Internet bill I've had. In short, initial startup is a pain. As far as the interface is concerned, it's very slow. Opening applications takes quite some time to open, and snapping applications seems to give the console a hard time. I tried pulling up achievements while having the menu open on The Master Chief Collection, and it took up to a solid minute or two to load them up. In comparison, I've never had to wait long for the Xbox 360's achievement system. It doesn't play music in the background like the 360 does, so it makes me wonder what exactly is "next gen" about this console besides streaming capabilities. This console is a mixed bag. I applaud Microsoft for changing their ideas about the Xbox One back at E3 2013, and I like the approach they are taking today with their hardware and Windows 10. I like the numerous games that they are advertising. However, I can't stand this slow interface. Navigating to do basic things a 360 could do is difficult and slow. The start-up time is lengthy, and multitasking with it is sluggish. Despite this, it does have a much better exclusive library than the PS4 at the moment, and possibly more during the next year or two. I will recommend this, but it's a cautionary recommendation. If you can deal with the slow interface and some features missing from the 360, then it's definitely a cheaper route than the PS4 is at the moment.
Date published: 2015-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is worth it I bought this 4weeks ago and I cant say how amazing this is to me. It meets my standards and goes over I love xbox one and this bundle is worth the money you haft to pay
Date published: 2015-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good price for a great system. The price is very good for all that it comes with you get 4 great halo games. Soon to be 5 when they add ODST. Overall im very happy with this product.
Date published: 2015-05-27
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