Halo: Reach ViDoc 1: Once More Unto The Breach

Per its first ViDoc development diary, Halo: Reach is being described as Bungie’s definitive, most ambitious Halo game to date, and after watching it in action I would have to agree. The graphics engine has been noticeably improved over Halo 3, and the more human element and sense of squad camaraderie to the story is more appealing to me than the previous games.

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