Summary: I got this as a gift to my step daughter. She hasn't played it much. She tells me she likes it. It isn't bad. It feels a lot like a transition game instead of a full fledged Halo. I hate that you have to buy most maps. There are too many game companies that overcharge for extras and add ons.
Summary: The plot is non existent compared to others in the franchise (especially the original), and the ammo hard to come by. I get Legendary is supposed to be hard, make you think, and challenge you, but even with a friend playing, it's nigh impossible in spots.
Summary: This latest installment in the Halo franchise left a bad taste in my mouth. The levels are all grey and have no character like they did in the first 2 Halo games. I really disliked the bloom they added to the game. And I didn't really like the armor abilities. Halo 4 looks a lot more promising.
Summary: Bought this for my son for a gift. He loves HALO! Had I known the figures were a model (display) I would not have purchased. I bought it for this factor as well as the game and book. I would have rather bought the figurenes separate and bought the game. For a collector this is a great gift.
Summary: the game over all is awesome. I played COD4 and MW2, but after I played this game, I just put them down. the campaign was short but interesting, with some interesting bugs (I found 2 Emiles in one of the mission....) but it's almost like Microsoft is forcing people to play this game online.
Summary: Don't be fooled. While this was a great game, it's pretty standard fare compared to the other games in the Halo series. The game itself took me only 2 days to complete, and I read through the entire journal first.
Summary: I DID NOT think it were possible a video game could become a Spaghetti Western; however, Bungie succeeded in turning Halo Reach into one. The graphics for the most part were pretty good, the streaming was below par and obvious splice glitches were throughout the game giving it the appearance one...