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Halo: Reach

Released on 14 September 2010

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (125 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Halo: Reach, developed exclusively for Xbox 360 by acclaimed developer Bungie, is the blockbuster prequel to the best-selling Xbox franchise of all time. It represents the culmination of Bungie's 10 years of experience crafting groundbreaking Halo games that have raised expectations for what can be achieved in a video game.

In Halo: Reach, players experience the fateful moments that forged the Halo legend. It's the story of Noble Team, a squad of heroic Spartan soldiers, and their final stand on planet Reach, humanity's last line of defense between the terrifying Covenant and Earth. This darker story is echoed by grittier visuals amid a backdrop of massive, awe-inspiring environments. Characters, enemies and environments are rendered in amazing detail by an all-new engine designed to deliver epic-scale encounters against the cunning and ruthless Covenant.

Once the campaign is over, the battle continues online with an unparalleled multiplayer experience that expands on the award-winning suite of features that helped define the Xbox LIVE experience.

Welcome to Noble Team. Halo: Reach immerses you in the ominous and heroic story of "Halo: Reach" as you play as a member of Noble Team, a squad of iconic Spartan soldiers, each with deadly talents as unique as their individual personalities and customized gear.

An Intense and Epic Campaign. Live the events that set the stage for the "Halo" trilogy as the UNSC and Covenant clash at the height of their military power. New weapons, vehicles, and abilities complement the familiar "Halo" arsenal for the largest-scale battles ever witnessed in the "Halo" universe. Fiercely cunning artificial intelligence adds depth and complexity to each encounter, helping make every play-through a unique and challenging experience whether players go it alone or connect with up to three friends to launch a cooperative assault.

The Definitive Multiplayer Experience. To match the ambition of the most epic campaign in Halo's history, the battle continues online where Halo: Reach's dramatically expanded suite of multiplayer offerings will once again redefine the landscape of online gaming and deliver an unequaled experience to millions of Halo fans. Halo: Reach sets a new standard for competitive gameplay, customization, matchmaking and community integration. With the addition of the new social settings, you can play with the people you want to by finding like-minded teammates, voting on preferred maps and gametypes and keeping an active roster. In addition, all new multiplayer experiences offer more variety for all types of players. "Invasion" lets players battle as Spartans vs Elites through intense, objective-based battles. And the highly competitive "Arena" lets players hone their skills in an all-out competition for ranking and bragging rights.

Stunning Technical Advancements. Halo: Reach takes a significant leap forward with all-new engine technology representing the next generation of art, audio, AI, animation, and Hollywood-style special effects. Power through massive scale combat across sweeping open environments and fight up close and personal alongside new characters and creatures.

Player Customization & Reward. Halo: Reach gives you the ability to customize and personalize your Spartan with a staggering array of armor accessories that will appear in both multiplayer and campaign play. Across every game mode, you're rewarded for everything you do, for every style of play, earning valuable credits that can be used to unlock additional cosmetic upgrades via the Armory.
  • Also available from Play.com, the Halo: Reach Limited Collector's Edition, including a custom case based on a recovered ONI data module, exclusive in-game armour unlock and more!


  • Meet Noble Team For the first time, players will fight alongside a squad of iconic Spartan soldiers, each with deadly talents as unique as their individual personalities and customized gear.
  • An intense campaign Live the events that set the stage for the Halo trilogy as the UNSC and Covenant clash at the height of their military power. New weapons and abilities complement the familiar Halo arsenal for the largest-scale battles ever witnessed in the Halo universe. Fiercely cunning artificial intelligence (AI) adds depth and complexity to each encounter, helping make every play-through a unique and epic experience.
  • Engrossing multiplayer Building on the success of its predecessors, Halo: Reach sets a new standard for competitive gameplay, customization, variety and community integration.
  • Unparalleled feature suite Halo: Reach expands on the industry-leading features found in Halo 3, including four-player cooperative campaign play, split-screen support, saved films, screenshots and exciting new surprises that have yet to be revealed.

    Halo: Reach

customer Reviews

 Average rating (125 reviews)

 Watch out for the PS3 Fanboys Making it look bad.

| | See all DeanoLB's reviews (2)

I just went through comments and I clicked on a few people that commented to say that its a 'really' bad game. Its just pathetic PS3 fanboys trying the make this game look bad. Their accounts have reviews of tons of PS3 only stuff and rating them 5 stars so they obviously are PS3 Fanboys that don't own the better console!

Watch out people!

 From The Beta

| | See all ConnorC's reviews (10)

wow where to start this is one of my most loved series coming to a close and bungie sure is making it go out with a bang the beta of this game was the most fun i have had with a game in a long time
its a must buy for and halo fan
and a must buy for any FPS fan
buy it now you wont find a better game this year

 Superb, Outstanding Finale

| | See all Xcess1ve's reviews (4)

This game adds the final cherry to the huge and tasty Bungie cake. It is truly epic. I will not spoil any of it. Suffice to say, Halo and none Halo fans alike will find this game truly mind blowing.

You Must Buy This Game.

 DODGY FRAMERATES = SLOPPY PROGRAMMING

| | See all skidkid's reviews (5)

Doubtless all the fanatics and Halo die hards (of which I am one) will rant and rave about this game. However, I've now had a chance to play the full retail version, and to be brutally honest, (and it pains me to say this), I'm afraid that Halo Reach is `The Emperor's New Game`.
I've been a massive fan of the Halo series, and have loved all the games, read the books etc, so I know my Halo. Don't get me wrong Halo Reach is a good game with a fabulous range of options, customization and loads of different and varied game types to keep you entertained for months if not years to come, however the game is not that much of a leap forward as some people would have led you to believe; infact, it does not feel a whole lot different to Halo 3.
Its also a pity that Bungie could not be bothered to optimize the game properly. The reason I say this is because of the DREADFUL FRAMERATES, if you like fluid, smooth and consistent frame rates then forget about this game, and dispel any notions you had of the contrary, furthermore the game features annoying effects to mask the attrocious framerate by including a bad motion blur that gives me a headache. Although technically proficient (the vistas and open spaces are stunning) the framerate takes a noticable dip during most of the encounters, particularly in open spaces, which destroys any sense of immersion for me, indeed, during some of the more intense gunfights, the game can be rendered nearly unplayable for a few seconds, and this is supposedly a new game engine!. I'm not saying it's a bad game by any means, its just something that some people may want to be aware of before buying. By all means if you like the Halo universe or first person shooters in general, then you should buy this, but you may well find yourself, like me, trading it for something else the following day.
To sum up, I can't help but feel that this was a missed opportunity, it could have been sooo much better had it not been for the rushed, sloppy programming, which frankly I feel is ridiculous in this day and age, and demonstrates an attitude of complacency and arrogance on the part of the developer , something I hope does not set a precedent for other developers to follow who may think that they too can somehow release below par quality games if its ok for Bungie to do so. Bring you're "A" game next time Bungie!!

 im i the only one :S

| | See all GreenDayMarvelFan's reviews (233)

halo is overrated big time , i give two stars for the single player its the same thing over and over and the storyline is weak , i get bored so easy with it. an average single player shooter

however online is outstanding i love the new layout and your own "perk" you can pick before the match begins brings new and better Online , old maps from halo 2 brought back and improved so i would give the online 4 and half stars but halo is the most overrated game ever!! Fact

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Rating16+ (PEGI)