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Monday, September 6, 2010

Halo 3: Review

Halo 3 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie for Xbox 360. The game is the third title in the Halo series and concludes the story arc that began in Halo: Combat Evolved and continued in Halo 2. The game was released on September 25, 2007 in Australia, Brazil, India, New Zealand, North America, and Singapore; September 26, 2007 in Europe; and September 27, 2007 in Japan. On the day before its official release, 4.2 million units of Halo 3 were in retail outlets.

Halo 3 offered more to the Halo experience, than any Halo game had ever thought to offer before. Some Halo fans, (Including myself,) were disappointed with some of the weapon replacements from the first Halo. (We all loved the Original Pistol) the Halo 2 magnum was disappointing. The pistol in Halo 3 was also disappointing, although a much better improvement over Halo 2. Halo 3 ODST had a great Silenced Pistol I love this and wish I had it in other Halo games to avoid detection. Halo 3 had many great improvements to the series. Moreover, they seemed to have addressed every Halo issue in Halo: Reach. (Releasing: September 14, 2010) Although I cannot confirm that at this time, due to no experience in this game at this time, I do however intend on covering this in a future update on Halo: Reach.

The story mode is fun and somewhat extensive, though easily beatable within a day, by experienced players at least. Bungie did something a little different with the A.I. in the game, and the enemy's are a lot smarter and somewhat difficult to kill. The difficulty seems like it has gotten a lot more lax sense Halo: Combat Evolved. Still hold true to their degree of difficulty.

The multiplayer is clean and easily the best part of, Halo 3. (This includes the 4 player Co-Op) & Xbox Live. (The multiplayer can be played with Halo3 ODST; they play on the same servers. Which means those playing on the ODST Disc, can play Multiplayer with those playing on the Halo3 Disc.) The multiplayer experience is great and adds the Replay value of Halo. It is a fast-paced combat environment. It can be team based or free for all & objective based games.

To read more about this game: Read more here.

Below I will add My Personal Screen shots. (Some of them where posed, some were in game action.)


  1. I'm an original Halo diehard fan. I don't really like any of it's sequels though.

  2. cool never was a big halo fan tho. but i have to give halo 3 this. 16 play erstory campaigns were epic fun