IGN: Love it or hate it, the Halo series is, without a doubt, one of the most successful franchises in gaming history. When Halo 3 hit shelves in September of 2007, it sold over 3 million copies in the first 12 days, and has since sold over 8 million copies. In the wake of the game's whirlwind retail reception, merchandising spiked to unparalleled heights. Consumers can find Master Chief's likeness on soft-drinks, clothing, toys, keychains, collectible figures, books, and bumper stickers. The newest way to own a piece of Halo, however, comes in the form of an interactive board game.