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This week the first season of the Halo television series ended, and its reception by the public has not been as bad as other video game adaptations, however, former Halo art director Marcus Lehto has seen it and not he’s very supportive of how the series treats the world that Bungie created.
Lehto worked at Bungie since its inception, he is credited for the graphics and art on Myth: The Fallen Lords, as well as being the art director on Halo: Combat Evolvedsince it repeated again for Halo 2 y 3. To end his relationship with the FPS saga by being the creative director on Halo: Reachthe latest Halo game developed by Bungie.
“I’m not sure where the inspiration for the series comes from,” he tweeted during a conversation with his followers. “It’s not the Halo I made.” In response to another fan, he quickly clarified the point: “The Halo I helped make.”
Lehto added that actually I wasn’t criticizing the series, and that he just wanted to point out that the series was quite different from the game he worked on. “For clarity, I never said I didn’t like it,” he tweeted her later. “It’s so different from the Halo that I helped make, it’s like a different universe.
“I actually like some of the battle scenes. The action is great and some of the visual effects are great too. In particular, the plasma effects in episode 1 are perfect.”
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