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Here is my in depth analysis and review of Halo Reach for the Xbox 360. This was the final Halo game developed by the original developers at Bungie. How did they do with their final effort? Let's take a look and see. There is more pixelation in this video than I would like, but I am pretty happy with how it turned out, overall.
I spent an hour talking about this game, and I still forgot to mention a few things. I did not mention replacing the flashlight with night vision. I, also, did not mention some of the armor abilities. I did not touch on the players ability to customize Six, either. I show off an execution or two in my gameplay, but I never point out that you can do it in the review.
All the footage in this video was recorded by me with the exception of the viddoc for Halo Reach. Yes. I even recorded the fireworks that I used for that one gag myself. You can the full fireworks video here, of you are curious about that:
Thanks for watching. I hope you enjoyed this video. I put a lot of work into it, and I am pretty happy with how it turned out. Stay tuned for the next big review. Next time we will be looking at the final Xbox 360 offering from this franchise and the first main line game not developed by Bungie. Next time, we will look at Halo 4.
The song at the end is Killing Spree by an American crossover thrash metal band named Carnage.
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