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  • Blog Post: Halo 3 ODST let you down? what a shame...

    I was not turned away by the lack of competitive multiplayer, though it would have been greatly interesting to play as an ODST in multiplayer, relying more on stealth than you normally already need to. This game was really fun and was very interesting. This was a more campaign led game and that disappointed... More
  • Blog Post: Halo 3... Just Better

    As soon as I picked up my controller upon inserting the ODST disc, I knew I had a halo game under my hands. This game feels and looks like its predecessor, Halo 3, and does a good job of improving the original Halo formula. The most obvious difference between this game and Halo 3 is that this game is... More
  • Blog Post: Have Friends Will Blow Stuff Up

    This game has been glorified and ripped apart piece by piece by fans of the series and people who just dont like it. All the things I say here and now can be taken in orignored by both sides. Due to the older games of the Bungie team, we have gone to look at the Halo series as either a game of the century... More
  • Blog Post: It's an Upgrade

    I was a bit skeptical about buying this game but eventually caved in and bought it. The campaign is MUCH better than Halo 3 campaign AND Halo 2 campaign. Although the segments where you wander the streets of Mombassa can be a little dull it's still a good original idea that works well with the story... More
  • Blog Post: What is it?

    What is Halo 3:ODST? An expansion? A new game? A strange bundle of old and new content? All these things are true, to a degree. ODST is an expansion because it runs on most of the same tech as Halo 3, with some improvements to graphics and AI behaviors. It is a new game because it comes packed with new... More
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