Halo 2 and Halo 5: Guardians have a lot in common. Both have split narrative campaigns. Halo 2’s boasted the return of Master Chief and gave fresh perspective by allowing players to play as the Arbiter, previously a Covenant enemy. Halo 5 has players playing as Master Chief and his Blue Team, while following the path of Spartan Locke and Fireteam Osiris who’ve been tasked to track him down. Both games feature strong player versus player arena multiplayer modes, which went on to shape the future of the series in the case of 2, and is certain to do so again in the case of 5.
There’s a well-known (and rather hilarious) bug doing the rounds right now in Assassin’s Creed: Unity, whereby the faces of characters fail to load, revealing the gaping void that lies beneath. It’s made far, far worse by the addition of a perfectly normal pair of eyes and a sadistic, Joker-style grin.