XBox Halo 3 “We are ODST” full trailer with translation

The above trailer for the new Halo 3 XBOX game is featured in an earlier post. “Halo 3 ODST The Life” Live Action Trailer for XBox 360 as the original first release version.

But, as it gains more traction through a 30″ cut-down TV ad, social media and advertising sites are delving into the details.

The above on YouTube now features translations as the insatiable appetite from Halo fans is appeased.

Here’s some more background released as the game is released on the 22nd September….

Directed by Rupert Sanders.

Special effects: Stan Winston Studios

Tentative Hungarian translation, NOT Russian (as fans are keen to point out!):

Trainer: Left face!

Trainer: Present arms!

Trainer: FIRE!

Trainer (when hair is shaved): Attention!

Trainer: TARKOV! You call that attention?! Drop and give me 30! Now!

Trainer (when yelling during obstacle course): Do you want to die?! Do you?! Faster! Go go go!

The song roughly translates to:

“And my army of brothers went over the hilltops, drenched in blood we may be… but fighting is all left to me… together with my army of brothers… down we fall… darkness in all… through hell!”

If anything this shows the power of the franchise and fan base, leaving no stone unturned as the game hits the shelves…

“Halo 3 ODST The Life” Live Action Trailer for XBox 360

A new video / ad / viral has been released for the launch of Halo 3: ODST by Microsoft for the Xbox 360

It is a new game and prequel in the Halo saga that lets people experience events leading up to the epic story told in Halo 3 through the eyes of an ODST (Orbital Drop Shock Trooper).

Halo 3 is a global franchise that many over the age of 18 are unaware of.

The original Halo 3 grossed $300 million in week one making it the envy of studios worldwide.

By March of this year an estimated 1 Billion on-line matches had been played.

Sequels and prequels have sustained the franchises appeal. In short it is a global phenomenon for Xbox and the developers Bungie.

This trailer has now firmly stepped over the line of fantasy into reality as we see live action and game action blur. Striking stuff!

A very real taste of the future of CGI, gaming and movie development and a demonstration of the new economics in the entertainment industry