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Halo: Reach

22 Ratings: 3.9
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   “Halo: Reach,” developed exclusively for Xbox 360® by acclaimed developer Bungie, is the blockbuster prequel to the best-selling Xbox franchise of all time. It represents the culmination of Bungie’s 10 years of experience … see full wiki

Console: Xbox 360
Genre: First-Person Shooter
Release Date: September 14, 2010
5 reviews about Halo: Reach
review by . May 26, 2010
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I'm a moderate fan of the Halo franchise and I'm happy to be one. Bungie never seems to disappoint when it comes to creating a gung-ho, action-packed, science fiction universe in which aliens are just as good at building intimidating firearms as humans are. For some people it's the engaging storyline that pulled them in. For others, the lush environments provided a beautiful alternative to the standard color palette of contemporary war games such as the Modern Warfare and Battlefield series. For …
Quick Tip by . September 16, 2010
As expected, my first foray into the Halo Reach online battles was... discouraging. The maps look great even though I spent most of my time "respawning".
Quick Tip by . September 14, 2010
Halo Reach was released at midnight, so I'm already 16 hours behind the competition!
Quick Tip by . August 14, 2010
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I don't have the patience or skills to hang with the online community, so I'm hoping for a robust single player campaign. However, I'm anxious to see the custom maps that the community comes up with.
Quick Tip by . May 25, 2010
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With a few more tweaks to certain overpowering combos (energy sword/shotgun + active camo loadout), Bungie could have a well-balanced hit.
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