What Do You Want To Know About Halo: Reach?

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Our very own Stephen Totilo just spent half a day with the retail version of Halo: Reach in New York City. I spent some time with Bungie last week at GamesCom. We have answers, do you have questions?


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Is it as boring as all the other Halo games? J/K Haha. I'm not a big fan of Halo. I think it's overrated. Especially the multiplayer.

I think Halo and Halo 2 appeared at just right the right time, to appeal to a certain group of gamers. Who today have nostalgic feelings for the series and their memories make it better than it actually was, personally I don't think the series has aged very well. That being said, I hope this Reach game blows me away, but I doubt it.