This is a list of the top 10 game features that the writers at gaming website PlanetXbox360.com think Halo: Reach needs to be amazing, and go on to sale more than 3-4 million copies this coming Holiday season 2010.

As the blockbuster prequel to the best-selling Xbox franchise of all time, developed exclusively for Xbox 360 by acclaimed developer Bungie, Halo: Reach puts you front and center in the fateful moments that forged the Halo legend. As recently as last week’s Microsoft X10 conference, there have been a slew of new details coming out about Halo: Reach. While this is in no way a bad thing, it definitely makes the days between now and the release of the game this fall seem all the more longer. But, in the meantime, we thankfully have the time to sit and wonder just what there is to be so excited about this new Halo game and why we’ll all eventually be a bit sad that this is supposedly Bungie’s last outing in the franchise. Check out our top 10 features Halo: Reach needs to be amazing.
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  • 1
    Aussie Legend Feb 24, 10
    If that is it, Halo fans rejoice, as I've personally already seen 10 through 7 and 4 through 2.

    Number 6 seems to be an armor upgrade so you won't be able to use it if its not on the armor you currently have attached.

    I assume 5 will be okay consider there has been a whole novel on this very battle.

    Not so sure on number 1, but from what I heard in the ViDoc I believe the word 'sandbox' was being thrown around (can't see it myself tbh), so I assume that would classify as open world.

    Can't wait for September myself (Halo Reach and Dead Rising 2 that month, should be sweet)
  • 3
    BANDITO ATTACK Feb 24, 10
    for halo to be amazing it needs to not be halo.
    • 0
      Rabla Feb 24, 10
      Hahaha, high five mah bro =D
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    Bale Fire Feb 25, 10
    Doesn't really matter whether it's amazing or not, there's gonna be plenty more Halo games where this one came from. Whether from Bungie or someone else.

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