Thursday, September 9, 2010

New content for Halo: Reach Extended Edition


Halo: Reach, as was confirmed some time ago, will be releasing with Halo: Reach Legendary and Halo: Reach Limited Editions, following in the footsteps of the conclusion to the highly acclaim Halo trilogy, Halo 3.
We already know this: the Limited Edition of Halo: Reach will be coming with the game disc housed in recovered ONI “black box,” An exclusive Elite armour set for use in multiplayer modes, Artifact bag containing Dr. Halsey’s personal journal and other classified documents and effects that unravel long held secrets from the Halo universe.
The Legendary Edition will come with even more: the game, the manual, all the contents of the Limited Edition, a Noble Team statue expertly crafted by the artisans at McFarlane Toys. Individually molded, hand-painted and individually numbered, this statue is a must-have for any serious Halo fan, UNSC-themed custom packaging, an exclusive multiplayer Spartan armour effect (thanks a ton, CVG!).
Howeverm Bungie have announced there’s MORE to their Legendary Edition. Bungie have announced that the game will come with a two hour commentry on the single player campaign. This is their entire statement:
“To commemorate those fans who picked up the Legendary Edition of Halo: Reach – Creative Director, Marcus Lehto, Audio Director and Composer, Marty O’Donnell, Cinematics and Story Lead, Lee Wilson, and Effects Lead, Steve Scott sit down together to deliver two full hours of exclusive, behind-the-scenes campaign commentary covering unrevealed aspects of Halo: Reach’s production. From concept to cutting room floor, this last look back is the final word on Halo: Reach’s development, straight from the team that built the game.”
Halo: Reach releases on September 14th, just in about 5 days from now. Till then, you can whet your apetite by reading our exclusive Halo: Reach preview here.


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20 comments:

  1. holy crap, game looks to be good :]

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  2. This is kind of herp derp in my opinion. Fuuu really doesn't know what he is talking about.

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  3. i feel like the halo series was run down by this. surely they could have done with a much grander finale than a prequel

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  4. Can't wait, this game is going to be epic.

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  5. Hey Derp, have you seen the ending? i think it was one of the best in the halo series

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  6. also, do you think the halo series has gone too far now that it is on ... the 6th game?

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  7. get some more cool video game stuff up :D

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  8. Have to say, I've lost interest in halo. They seem to be going the way of final fantasy.

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  9. what an interesting perspective...

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  10. I saw it. It was alright. And I do think It's strecthing a bit too far. But then agian that is such of all video games, friend.

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