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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: Prepare to Drop in this full-priced expansion

    A year and a half ago I purchased Halo 3: ODST. Originally Halo 3: Recon, Microsoft decided to make a full-priced release out of an otherwise $30 expansion. The result? I don't think it's worth $60, but the price has gone down since launch and it has many great features to keep you hooked. ODST... More
  • Blog Post: A new faceless hero gets his fifteen minutes of fame.

    It's been a while since I've played Halo 3, and I had never touched ODST until recently. Now that I've had the time to play this title - without the residual effects of the smear campaign against its sixty-dollar pricetag plaguing my judgment - for myself, I must say that this game, regardless... More
  • Blog Post: Halo 3: ODST, Not What it's Cracked Up to Be.

    Though the game has got critical acclaim, some things got to me that ruined the experience. Sure it has some beautiful scenery, great gameplay, and thrills, it isn’t what I expected, It was worse. I found the lengthy walks in Mombassa the only "fun" part in the game, mostly because there... 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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