Halo: Reach game
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  • Running around the large, beautifully designed maps shooting at your friends and screaming like a lunatic when you get a no-scope head-shot from miles away is one of the best gaming experiences there is, and is one of the main selling points for the Halo series
  • The campaign is well structured and paced, although you can become a bit lost sometimes, the set-pieces and vehicular missions are well structured and the driven vehicles handle in a unique and interesting way
  • The graphics are amazing, especially the environments and fire
  • If you are looking for a great online or party game, I would highly recommend this game

    • by TheAnarchist182
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      I started playing Halo: Reach (for the X-box 360) about 3 months ago. I finished the campaign within the first month but due to the firefight and multiplayer modes the game is almost endlessly re-playable. In firefight mode, the player faces waves of increasingly difficult enemies, with limited lives and ammunition.

      Whether jumping around and spraying bullets in all directions or hiding with a sniper rifle and picking off helpless grunts, this mode is extremely enjoyable. Their are enough maps to stop the game becoming repetitive and by accessing the settings you can tweak the game to make it an incredibly hard fight for survival or an overly easy game of shoot anything that moves until it stops moving, and then shoot it some more.

      If you do eventually get sick of destroying the games bots, you can take


      to X-box live and fight with (up-to) 15 other players, or if you do not have Live you can play a split-screen match against up to 3 other friends. Running around the large, beautifully designed maps shooting at your friends and screaming like a lunatic when you get a no-scope head-shot from miles away is one of the best gaming experiences there is, and is one of the main selling points for the Halo series.

      Their are many weapons available and all feature different strengths and weaknesses, for example the rocket launcher has a large radius of damage but is easily avoided in open spaces, where-as the sniper rifles projectile moves extremely fast but requires a lot more precision. The campaign is well structured and paced, although you can become a bit lost sometimes, the set-pieces and vehicular missions are ...


      • well structured and the driven vehicles handle in a unique and interesting way.

        The story is very good and is much more appreciated if you have played the previous games, even if you have not it is still a good stand-alone story. Although Mastercheif is not present, (except for in a cut-scene at the end of the game) the new spartans are almost as bad-ass, especially Emile.

        And assassinations add some extra awesome when you stab a giant combat knife into the side of an enemy’s head. The foes you face vary from grunts who are easily dispatched to elites who offer more of a challenge and jackals who drain your shields making you vulnerable to damage, and many others.

        Skulls add some extra flair to gameplay, such as the grunt birthday party skull in which confetti appears when

        a grunt is killed with a headshot. The scripting/voice acting are great with some memorable one-liners.

        The graphics are amazing, especially the environments and fire. And the character models are pretty damn good as well.

        Overall Halo: Reach is a great game with only a few minor flaws. If you are looking for a great online or party game, I would highly recommend this game.

        If you are looking for a game with a good campaign, I would also recommend this game although the campaign is a bit short so if you are looking for campaign play-time this game may not be for you, although as previously mentioned the many other game modes easily make up for the length of the campaign. I am giving Halo: Reach a 9/10 as it is an excellent game as is the entire Halo series.




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