Cancelled Halo Mega Bloks Game Leaked
Back in 2013, while gamers were making a fuss over the announcement of the Xbox One, now defunct developer N-Space was working on a very unique Halo game.
According to Andrew Borman, better known on YouTube as PtoPOnline, developer N-Space was actively developing a Mega Bloks game set in the Halo universe under the project name "Haggar." The game took influence from the popular LEGO games, while still retaining a lot of key characteristics of the Halo series.
The game played in the third-person perspective, and would have featured shooting, platforming, puzzle solving, and vehicle traversal. In addition to the planned single player, the game was set to feature a co-op mode, as well as a siege mode, akin to the series' popular Firefight mode.
In Borman's video below you can see an in-depth look at the prototype's nearly finished level, that shows the game was seemingly far along in development. Reasons for the game's cancellation are still unknown, but Borman points to the lukewarm reception of the Xbox One and the nearing end of the Xbox 360 generation as possible reasons.
Developer N-Space has shut down as of 2016, but perhaps there is hope that Microsoft will one day hand this project off to a new developer. A Halo Mega Bloks game could have been a perfect way to introduce the Halo franchise to a younger, more Minecraft centric audience.