As if there was not enough halo to go around, Xbox created a sequel to the Halo games. Halo Reach is the newest release of the now, three Halo games. So grab your controller and be prepared for a night full of red bull and sore thumbs.
To so many people Halo means an all nighters full of pizza and energy drinks and loud music in the background. It’s a time to get lost in a world full of militia, guns and tactics. For many people Halo is not just a game, it’s a social network for those with one common love, the love of gaming.
The development studio Bungie has managed to bring people together. Working for a decade on this sequel, Halo Reach is really the ultimate finish to the games. Or is it going to be a finish? Will there be another Halo to come? Not likely. This is the end of the Road for Halo, so be prepared for a new addiction to come out soon.
With such a polished finished well rounded user interface and several twists in the story, Halo Reach is the most perfect finish for Microsoft as it takes over the responsibility of Halo from Bungie.
Not much has changed for a regular Halo player; the first person shooter approach is the same. Also, the completion, aliens, firefight mode and flexibility for personal settings has not been touched either. It has just been enhanced.
The new and exciting changes in Halo: Reach starts with the main character. You will play as Noble 6 who is a nameless, genderless character. This character is able to be customized even more so that he or she can fit your personality more.
As the story begins to unfold, you will be surprised to know that the story is not a sequel at all but rather a prequel to the events that were held within the previous Halo stories. You as the hero, must go safe human kind from extinction.
It can take you around nine to ten hours to beat the game. Due to the violence within the game it is rated M for mature. So parents use discretion but don’t be ridiculous about letting your child play. Truthfully if you are a good parent then your child should know the difference between make believe violence and real violence. However, we are not discussing parenting here but shouldn’t every teen get the rights to play a good game once in a while?
If you are so inclined to play or let your children play, then this game can be found for a steep price of $58.99 if bought online from amazon.com, CD universe, and mikes discount electronics. However, if you buy from a store or warehouse, you are looking to pay about $79.99 for this one game.
If you want your child to learn responsibility, teach him or her to save for the game. Once they save, then they will have earned the right to play it and everyone will win. Maybe even you as a parent could get in on the Halo action.