Halo is not merely a word or a title; it describes something much more than an object or a game. At first glance, one might imagine it to be a game that features violence, gore, aliens, or the basic science-fiction storyline, and might imagine it to merely be a money-generating franchise. However, if you look past all that is on the surface, you might be able to see something totally different. Something that can both amaze and awe.
Looking from an artistic point of view, one might easily recognize the amazing visuals that each iteration of Halo has brought into the gaming community. Others might see the exotic Covenant architecture to be of wonder, or the realistic, yet believably futuristic Human architecture. However, there is something else that cannot be seen merely by playing the game. If you search deep enough, you will find a treasure trove of science-fiction art, designs, new creatures, or a fresh take on something stale or already done to death. Take, for example, that C