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. I think I would have chosen just the game personally. For the price, and to keep a Halo collection complete, it can be worth the money.
Summary: I love Halo, but this game is just an unnecessary game to make a profit. It's supposed to show the history leading up to Halo. In the end, it is a scripted game that will make you happy you can play another Halo game, but sad this is called Halo. While nothing can touch the original, I enjoyed OSDT more than this.
Summary: For a used limited edition I got it for only 17 dollars. It was good but the actual extras like the book and such did not amuse me for a second. Still it was a good game and got the limited edition for less than the game itself.
Summary: Halo, what can you say, it's an epic series and it continues with Halo Reach. Halo Reach is a very fun and fast paced game. It's a good game to play with friends as you have a large array of gamemodes you can play. I'll start off with campaign (you can also play Co-Op campaign), it's a very epic game, taking place before Halo Combat Evolved. You have to fight for control against the Covenent forces, and even in space at times.
Summary: The game is decent, it's not some legendary amazing game like people say, it's decent. I have a few complaints. One: It's repetitive. Very, very repetitive, I mean, there's no guns, I mean, there is guns, but very little. And the sword is really lame, I know you can buy all these upgrades for it, but it takes forever, and that is EXTREMELY annoying. Overall it's alright, but I would only get it if you are bored.