Halo 3 (Classics)

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Halo 3 (Classics)

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"The Real HD ("Halo" Definition) Experience"
5 stars"

When I first purchased this game, I was a tiny bit disappointed with the graphics because graphically there wasn't much of an improvement over Halo 2… that is, until I decided to invest in a HDTV once I saw it being demo'd in HD. I personally feel that this game is an amazing “experience” rather than a play once and forget… I've been back for every achievement, and I'm not even an achievement hunter, I simply enjoyed the game so much that I had to find a reason to play it again and again and again!

A fitting end to what (in my mind at least) can only be referred to as the most epic trilogy in gaming history! Of course this game has it's “nay sayers” as all games do, but I can't help but believe that there is some jealousy going on there from other sectors of gaming, and of course simply to say that not everyone is an FPS fan.

This game pushed the boundaries of what we see in modern gaming, and frankly; it has it all: dry humour courtesy of Spartan 117 himself, beautiful vista's (no not windows, even if Bungie are owned by MS), amazing set pieces that link the levels perfectly, and as for the playability? My goodness, I still return to this game time and again, if only to destroy (or very very occasionally get destroyed by) one of my friends on a multi-player map, heck, just because I could; I completed H3 on Legendary, which believe me wasn't what you'd call a walk in the park!

What else can we say about a series of games that has spawned numerous spin offs? To date we have a series of books, a table top warfare game, a spin off game due very soon, and a film rumoured to be in the works (however everyone is keeping very very quiet about this!)

So, over 1 year after its original release in my mind, what we have here is still one of the greatest FPS games in the history of gaming! This my friends is one of the greats that will be remembered by history as such, much the same way people still rave about the Doom games, so to in ten years time will people still speak of the day Halo 3 graced us with its presence, raising the bar for every other developer out there!

If you love FPS, if you know the Master Chief, if you have an Xbox 360 and you don't own this, you simply must add it to your collection, there is nothing else to say; this is THE must have game!

8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.
"Must have"
4 stars"

Halo 3 is the must have game on the Xbox 360. The campaign is great fun and now you can play coop with up to 4 players on either Xbox live, local or lan. The multiplayer is the reason to buy Halo 3. The matchmaking is smooth and quick to find games, the custom games lets you play with friends on Xbox live and you can always play local with a few friends, or lots of friends with a lan. All in all Halo 3 is the multiplayer game that will last and will never get old.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
"Great Fun"
4 stars"

Collecting Skulls, whether its online or off, you always have fun. Great for the party with friends, just to go old school. Better than Reach in ways. BUY IT!

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.


The Covenant control Earth. The Flood is unleashed. With the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance, Master Chief is the only one that can save the human race. The entire epic story arc has led up to this moment. Master Chief, the last of his kind, is a warrior born for combat, bred for war… and humanity’s on­ly hope.

After stowing away on a Forerunner spacecraft, Master Chief, a genetically altered, cybernetically enhanced Spartan supersoldier, must race back to Earth to stop the Covenant once and for all and save mankind. With his artificial intelligence companion Cortana in the grip of the Flood’s intelligent embodiment, Gravemind, Master Chief and his allies are vastly outnumbered. But the stakes are too high to do anything but face them head on.

In “Halo 3,” the third installment of this legendary epic, the war has come to a climax – the Flood continue to grow in numbers and strength, the armies of Earth are scattered and decimated, and the Covenant threaten to activate the Halo, effectively destroying all life in the galaxy. Master Chief’s mission: to stop the Covenant, destroy the impending Flood threat and ultimately save mankind.


  • Next-gen advantage: Taking full advantage of the power of Xbox 360, Halo 3 expands on everything that has made the Halo franchise great, adding a wealth of technical and gameplay advancements.
  • Evolution of design: Next-generation high-definition visuals, enhanced A.I., an advanced real-time lighting engine, and new weapons, characters, and challenges are just a few examples of Halo 3's evolution of design and technology.
  • Unparalleled experience: Ultimately, these improvements provide gamers with an unparalleled experience and, in the end, tell an even more compelling and engrossing story.
  • Online multiplayer: Working in concert with Xbox Live on Xbox 360, Halo 3 builds upon the unique social multiplayer experience and innovative, evolving online gameplay of Halo 2.
Release date NZ
September 25th, 2007
Game Platform
  • Xbox 360
Multi-player Co-op
Supported Audio
  • Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
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Top 500
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