Halo: Reach reviews rounded up

September 12, 2010 / 11:13 AM EDT / (@salromano)

The review embargo for Halo: Reach has lifted. Today gaming sites like IGN, JoyStiq, Shacknews, and other notable publications published their review for Bungie’s final say in the Halo franchise. If you didn’t expect it, the reviews are generally positive, most praising the game. Actually, nobody on the list gave the game a bad review, with its lowest score being an 8/10.

Here’s your roundup:

Halo: Reach launches exclusively for Xbox 360 on September 14, 2010.

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  • AiQi

    Let’s hope that those scores are because the game is good, and not because “it’s Halo alright?!” cause this happens quite often recently…

  • xJOYCI3x

    I agree, if it bares the Halo name it’s most likely to sell heaps just because of it’s name. I don’t play Halo, I quit after Halo 2. FPS just are not my thing anymore, I remember the good old days with Quake III Arena and Unreal Tournament but those days are long gone. Halo games just all look the same to me.

    Fans please do not scold me, these rantings i go on about are just my opinions, I am in no way saying Halo Reach will suck. It sells well for a reason?, well 2 reasons really.

  • AdamBoy64

    So that’s what they say..

    I’d like to hear what your opinion is on it when it comes out, Sal.
    I trust you a hell of a lot more than all these review sites.

    • http://gematsu.com/members/admin/ Sal Romano

      Thanks.

      Adam Hunter is going to be writing a review for the game. I’ll be sure to post my own impressions in the comments of that review, though. =]

      I’ve still yet to get the game myself.