loafroaster's Halo: Reach (Xbox 360) review

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Reach Review

 When talking about a series as influential and beloved as Halo, you’d better be careful making the grand claim that the latest edition is the best yet. But after you’ve gorged yourself on the sublime single-player game – and steeled yourself for the months of thumb-numbing online multiplayer to come – there’ll be no doubt in your mind that this is Halo’s crowning glory.
 
 While all Halo games have been undisputed modern classics, it’s all been leading up to Reach; a title of such depth, imagination and downright perfection that it belongs in the pantheon of gaming normally reserved for groundbreakers such as Super Mario World, Final Fantasy VII and Doom. A blaster no gamer should be without, Halo: Reach will remind even the hoariest old gamer why playing videogames is so much fun.

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    Halo: Reach is kind of the Empire Stikes Back of the Halo franchise. I'm not saying it's the best one, because it's not. I'm saying this because of the tone. Halo: Reach is the story planet Reach, and the war that destroyed it. It's a story filled with death, depressive scenes and little hope. And yes, despite all this, this is a Halo game, and a pretty darn good one too.  Game is split into a variety of modes but three stand out the most: the Campagne, the gigantic, deeper than the ocean Multip...

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