GamingTarget writes: "Halo Week continues with our look at what may be the last Halo game from Bungie, Halo: ODST."
Sounds interesting. I hope the price is around $15-$20 for 5-7 hours of gameplay. But then again, the multiplayer will be the highlight.
really then killzone should be about 15-20 as well since its story is only 8 or so hours long. if that. -nai-
You read my mind n_n
leave killzone out of this.
What the heck is the difference between "stand-alone expansion" and a completely new game? If you don't need Halo 3 to play it, I'm not sure why you don't just call it a prequel/sequel/spinoff. It irks me, irrationally. Of course none of that has any bearing on whether the game will be awesome or not.
look i said killzone 2 without saying something bad. XD OMG the worlds going to end. anywyas, Halo ODST, is going to be stand alone, so it should be full price. i dought it would be 20-30 bucks since halo 3 still sells new 49.99-59.99 depending on were you go *stores, not online* -nai- *kinda*
I'd pay $30-$40 for it.
Longer than gears 2 then and probably with a better multiplayer, or at least non broken :)
I'll probably play it at my cousin's house, since it's supposed to feel more tactical than the other Halos, right?
but this wasnt anything I didnt already know or assume.
Sounds good. I expect a $39.99 price tag. Oh wait, it has Halo in the title so maybe 45 bucks then. Either way I'm on board since I've paid full price for some pretty bad games that came in around that same timeframe for story mode.
If they remove the moonish gravity and with more gritty effects i mite pick it up
3 hours of gameplay for 60 bucks, M$ really likes to nickel and dime the people....
They stated that it won't be a fully priced title. And for all the people thinking the multiplayer will be any different it won't. It's just Halo 3 multiplayer but playable off the disc with the addition of the new maps. Can't way to play with the new maps in March too.
yes.. it's the same MP with new maps. The new co-op will be a new experience though.
This is my pre-season choice for game of the year.
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