Loot Ninja Review: Halo: Reach

Loot Ninja says:

"It has been one week since the most anticipated game that I can remember finally came to us. Halo: Reach is here and chances are if you have an Xbox 360, $60 laying around, free time, and even a small passion for gaming, you already bought the game on launch day. Furthermore, if you have a a lot of free time, willing to skip work/gym/family obligations/etc., you already beat the game like we did. Halo: Reach is a grand achievement and I could not think of a better way to spend my gaming time."

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drunkpandas2926d ago (Edited 2926d ago )

There's more staying power with Halo: Reach for me than Halo 3. The multiplayer is much more robust with matchmaking Firefight and cool objective-based modes and Invasion. I have a feeling I'll stick with Reach for quite a while.

OSU_Gamer2926d ago


There is so much to do.

McCullster2926d ago

Yep. Definitely a step up in the right direction. I'm really happy I skipped over the short Halo: ODST. I'm definitely enjoying Firefight and co-op campaign so far!

drunkpandas2926d ago

I rather enjoyed ODST's campaign. It played well and it was a good story. The weapon balance was a bit off (took way too many rounds to drop a Brute), but it was a fun game.

JokesOnYou2925d ago

Great review and well deserved score, I can see myself playing this game in between other future releases for a long time.