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Written by Troy Matsumiya on 03/23/11
Troy Matsumiya takes on the three new maps for Halo: Reach and, even though they're not Bungie-developed, they're still fun. More in his full review.

Written by Troy Matsumiya on 12/03/10
The first Halo: Reach map pack is here with three new maps. And as Meat Loaf would say, two out of three ain't bad.

Written by Troy Matsumiya on 09/22/10
Bungie says goodbye to the Halo series. But they go out with a bang that will leave aftershocks in the gaming world for a long time.

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Xbox 360
GENRE: First Person Shooter
September 14, 2010

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