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- "Halo Reach definitely had a different spin than the other Halo's, especially in the online play." in 9 reviews
- "I really enjoyed it a lot but sadly it only took me like a day to get through the campaign and i just really didn't feel like it was worth it and that it was just halo game but the story is interesting as well its a fun game " in 7 reviews
- "If you're looking for a good game, don't waste your money on Halo 4 and buy Halo Reach." in 7 reviews
- "The game play is nice and I like the ability to customize the features like you can and the tasks to unlock special gear." in 7 reviews
- "The single-player campaign mode has several different difficulty levels so that you don't get too overwhelmed trying to figure out the game, each one getting more challenging." in 6 reviews
Halo Reach brings you back to Reach, the last human planet to fall before Earth. You are Noble 6, a member of an elite spartan ops group. Your mission: fend off the invading covenant armies, and reach the Pillar of Autumn with your precious cargo before the covenant get it.
With new guns, a new environment, and new characters to love, this game is perfect for any avid Halo fan.
The online play is also amazing. Win (or lose) matches against other players to rank up and customize your spartan's armor, special death effects (confetti blood anyone?), and voice options. Both new and old game types bring both a sense of familiarity and growth into the mix. And just wait until you see Forge World, where you can build your own maps and game types to try with your friends, or share with the online community.
Now, the controls did change from Halo 3 to Halo Reach, and this upset me greatly at first. Until I realized that there is an option in the controller settings to change the layout to "Recon" which goes back to the Halo 3 settings. Only 2 buttons are flip-flopped, not too hard to get used to.
Highly recommended to all Halo fans and gamers in general!
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