A highly-trained branch of the UNSC known as the Noble Team must defend the planet of Reach from a massive Covenant invasion.

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Freddy Bosche ...
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Kat (voice)
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Jun (voice)
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Sara (voice)
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A highly-trained branch of the UNSC known as the Noble Team must defend the planet of Reach from a massive Covenant invasion.

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Final Halo game made by Bungie, the creators of Halo. See more »

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While Brutes were among the ranks of the Covenant and were frequently deployed in Halo: Reach, they were never used in the first official Halo game, only in Halo 2 where the creatures were first introduced, however, in the books they were actually the first sign of Coevenant species seen. In Halo Wars, they were also seen. See more »

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Female Trooper 1: [on Long Night of Solace] In space, no one can hear you scream!
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Never Surrender
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The Best game I have played yet.
25 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been a fan of Halo for as long as I can remember, ever since I first played Halo 2 at my friends house. I have been a huge fan and was very eager to get Halo Reach. It was the must have game for me and I have to say this is the best Halo game and the best game I've played.

The game play of the game has not really change too much. The driving controls is the same and shooting is the same with the exception of the new accuracy factor and no Duel Wielding,but that doesn't bother me. I love this game play and wouldn't want it to change.

One of the things that has change is the new armor abilities which I might say has been one of the best improvements in the games, with jet packs, armor locks, sprint, cameo, and drop shield. There are so much more but those were just a few off the top of my head. (There is no Equipment) There are also new weapons, like the new DMR single shot assault rifle. This is in my opinion one of the best new weapons in the game. There are also new grenade launchers, new plasma weapons, so many new weapons it was so much fun trying them all out. They also seemed to improve some weapons, like the shotgun has more power in this game and Assault Rifle also seems to have more power. They also weaken some of them like the Needler. I think that it was much more accurate in Halo 3 but it still is a great weapon to use.

The Vehicles are once again crucial to the game but there are few new ones. They still have the warthog but they added one new type of warthog, the rocket warthog which is a fun new addiction. Another new vehicle is the Falcon which is similar to Halo 3's Hornet (which isn't in here) except its bigger, a little bit tougher to fly, and online you can't shoot with it however you can in the campaign. On the Covenant side you have the new Revenant which is fun to use but not my vehicle of choice. You can also drive forklifts and stuff like that in the campaign but I would highly suggest not too.

Now we get to the Campaign, which is a wonderful, intense, smart, thrill ride. This is everything you would want in a Campaign. The story is simple. A covenant force invades Reach and as a group of Six Spartan Warriors you are the last line of defense. Now the story goes through changes mostly towards the end, won't say what but Halo fans will be pleased. Now I think as strong of a story this has, the past Halo's have done much better, nevertheless it is still a great story. The level setups are fantastically well done, balancing out the enemies you face and yet still presenting a challenge. This is properly the most intense campaigns of all the games, and the most fun. You also have teammates in this game. They aren't life changing in the game in fact they are no better than any other solder in the game. Your teammates present more of a human story as you start to feel the emotion of each other; however I still think your character could have presented more emotion out of himself as he remains emotionless throughout.

The Online/Multiplayer is one of the best I have ever played. There are so many game modes now, like Invasion (which is a personal favorite of mine) and Arena game playing there are new team objective games (headhunter is one of the best) and there are game modes within game modes, like different sorts of invasion games and different sorts of living dead and team slayer. One of the best new advancements of this game is you can vote on which map and type of game you want to play. There is also different classes for you to choose from, which includes different sorts of combinations of weapons and amour types. The new level up system is the best I have seen in a game, big improvement over Halo 3's system. As you keep leveling up you get money which you can buy new helmets and amour types and shoulder pads, the combinations are endless and you get money from all different types of play like the campaign and forge and online. There are also some brand new maps. There are just an endless amount from the main maps to forge created maps. You can now play firefight online now as you are paired up with 3 other people and more different types of firefight too, like the classic, arcade, grunts, and generator defense. There is so much to do online its crazy.

One last mode is Forge, which has been greatly improved; with no longer having to spend hours lining everything up, it is much simpler and with the new Forge World which is a huge piece of open land, the possibility's are endless.

The Bottom line is this is the best Halo and best game I have every played. Its got everything you could ever want from a game. This will not disappoint you.


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