Halo Reach Legendary Edition

Halo Reach Legendary Shooting Games Edition

is out and available for purchase at your local video game dealer. As a fan of the original Halo game you are going to love the most recent edition to the family.

Halo Reach is going to be the last Halo game that Bungie releases. With this fourth installment to the series (if you don't count ODST), the story actually takes place before the original game making it a prequel. Players are taken to a distant outpost on a planet called Reach giving the game its name. On Reach you play as a part of the Nobel Team during the few victories they had over the Covenant.

This game has more to offer players than any other in the series. There will a lot of familiar weapons and enemies as well as new ones. This game is seriously pushing the Xbox 360 to its limits.

If you are a die hard Halo fanatic then you are likely already mindful of everything the game is about. But you might be afraid that spending you hard earned money on the Halo Reach Legendary Edition is a waste. I assure you that it is worth every cent.

This has to be the most unbelievable limited edition for any video game ever created. I must say that the last release of the legendary edition of Halo 3 and the included Spartan helmet left me in awe. But when I found out for myself what was in the box for the Halo Reach Legendary Edition, I was in shock. Just like with the game, Bungie didn't hold anything back on this one.

I have to say that the box that this edition comes in is pretty fantastic looking. Then when you pick up the package you can feel by the weight of it that there is a lot of things included.

Some of the things included in the legendary edition are a fancy looking black box that contains the handwritten notes from the creator of the spartan program, Dr Halsey, AI blueprints for Cortana, a UNSC security badge, full color maps, and in game armor effects for Spartans. However, the item that creates the need for such a large box happens to be the 10-inch sculpture of the game's Nobel Team which was crafted by McFarlane Toys. This is an striking piece of video game art that will impress all who see it.

The Halo Reach Legendary Edition will set you back about a hundred and fifty bucks, but I have to say that what you get is well worth the price tag if you are any sort of fan of the series. If you don't have the money then you could consider the limited edition which is only ten bucks more than the game by its self. This is a lot of the same stuff but doesn't include the best item which is the statue. You better get the lawn mower out and start mowing people's yard to earn the cash you need to get the legendary edition. I doubt that you'll ever find a special edition fighting games as cool as this one ever again.