Tuesday, 11 September 2012

New Images and Price Info of the Mega Bloks Forward Unto Dawn

New Images of the Halo Mega Bloks Signature Series Forward Unto Dawn have been released.











Clocking in at three feet long and with 2877 pieces it's more than double the size of the Halo Elephant, previously the largest Halo Mega Bloks set to date. The RRP is an eye-watering $270/£250 and it releases on November 6th, just in case you didn't have enough to be getting on with that day. 

There are some lovely touches though; the cryo pod, the light up Cortana, the split down the middle so you can recreate the Halo 3 ending/Halo 4 announce trailer. 




I'll drop an update when it's available to pre-order.

- Cowboy Out.

6 comments:

  1. 250?!?! the limited edition halo 4 is a bargain compared to this!

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    1. I think you're overlooking the fact that this comes with a light-up Cortana.

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  2. This doesn't even look like the foward unto dawn...

    http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100216065016/halo/images/1/1e/Forward_into_dawn.jpg

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    1. 343i redesigned the Forward Unto Dawn. It didn't need redesigning but they went ahead and did it anyway. Not only does redesigning it make no sense but it also just plain looks bad, what was so bad about the old design? I thought the original design looked amazing, especially as we've seen the old designs in Halo since Halo 2 in 2004.

      343i keep saying they love Halo and then they mess with it and change things. That's a strange way of showing us how much they care about the world that Bungie built.

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    2. It's strange how you can be a fan of the series but be let down over some single ship that had been cut in half...

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  3. Hmm just noticed, remember the last scene from Halo 3 where you jump the warthog into the hangar on the back of the ship? There does not look like there is one anymore.

    Seems odd that 343 would redesign the ship when as far as we know we will only be seeing the back half of it shortly before it crashes into a planet.

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