(Original post by vin)
its just that I thought 3 was supposed to be the end then comes that RTS one and then ODST and now this
3 was the end of that story arc. ODST slotted in the middle somewhere between 2 and 3 so was still in the arc but not a fully fledged game.
Wars was not made by Bungie so really shouldn't be included.
And Reach is nothing to do with Halo (as far as we know) but carries the name because it involved Spartans and they aren't really branded in any other way
Reach is the last Halo game from Bungie (for at least 10 years) but more will come from partners of Microsoft Game Studio in the coming years.
We all knew it was coming and it goes without saying, I will not be too excited for any Halo games not made by Bungie. I can't see any other studio competing with what Bungie put into their games and offer fans. And no, that's not a Bungie fanboy talking.
(Original post by FinalFlash)
Is it worth getting the slim for this? or should I just buy a second hand old 360 (With HDMI) ?
I was planning on asking my friend to flash it anyways
Hm, not sure flashing will work with the Slim (as of yet) and things always go wrong with such procedures. My recommendation: get the Slim, an Xbox 360 High Definition Component AV Cable and Halo: Reach. Your Slim should come with 3 XBL 1 Months to use (free).
You can pick up loads of cheap games for the 360. GoW 1 & 2, Halo 3, Fable 2, Mass Effect etc
Last edited by Ape Gone Insane; 26-07-2010 at 12:55.
Man the Beta for this was incredible fun... and I definitely can't wait for the single player.
It's hard to believe it arrives in less than two months...
I'm just gonna have to flunk my A-Levels so I get enough time to play all these games...