Why ‘Halo Infinite’ is the franchise’s most fun adventure yet

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No one is as gleefully brain dead to go to battle as the creatures in the “Halo” franchise — and especially those in the campaign of “Halo Infinite,” a sort of reset for the massive sci-fi franchise after 2015’s bonanza of impenetrable intergalactic war threads that was “Halo 5: Guardians.” It’s hard, after all, to put down a controller in frustration when, after watching the man-turned-war-machine Master Chief get slain by an unseen alien brute with a pulsating blue sword, a squealy voiced rodent-like-reptile creature yowls, “I got dibs on the helmet, guys!” The whole of “Halo Infinite” is so…

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