Halo Reach Reviews

September 15, 2010 by USA Post 

Halo Reach Reviews, Few of fans are comparing the new set of classical literature and popular movies.

Is the game really good? Other major releases of video games like “Grand Theft Auto IV”, also in comparison with the great books and films (you can read the Pulitzer Prize-winning essay Junot Diaz on the subject here.) With passions can run high when it comes to Halo: Reach, because the game represents both a beginning and an end: the new version is in the moment before the first starts, the game developer is also the last tranche of Bungie in the franchise.

So far the criticism of Halo: Reach has been mostly raves. Here is a sampling of what critics are saying:

“The biggest compliment I can pay Halo: Reach, which will be released Tuesday by the Xbox 360 is, to say that once I finished, I wanted to go back to November 2001 and begin the Halo saga again.” [Seth Schiesel,] NYT
“Suffice it to say that, while not a perfect game, is definitely the best game of Halo, but … a properly epic goodbye to fans of Bungie, the developer who helped launch one million Xboxes.” [Will Tuttle, GameSpy]
“This is the story easier and more enjoyable for the destruction of the franchise has not yet occurred. And do not worry if you have not played the other Halo games though – but Reach will feel much deeper and more compelling for many years, fans Halo, which can sustain itself as an independent history. “[Erik Brudvig, IGN]

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