Autistic Game Critic Episode #17 - Halo: Reachbobbythebrony Hello everyone, Bobby the Popsicle is here! Today, I will review a game from the legendary series, Halo. Halo, which is similar to Call of Duty, is mostly about the super soldier, Master Chief. This game, however, is about a team of nobles. While this game is considered the black sheep of the Halo franchise, it is a remarkable game with a fantastic story line. It has it's good and bad moments so let's get to it.
In this game, you play as a customisable character known as Noble Six. Initally described as arrogant, cocky and a lone wolfer, he proves to be a valuable asset to the Noble team. He shows compassion for his teammates and mourns the losses of all his teammates when they all die. He is a brilliant soldier and amazing marksman. In other words, he is a great character.
I am determined to talk about the most frustrating part of the game, which is the ending. After everything that's happened, the final mission is to survive for as long as possible and ultimately die, thus beating the game. What kind of ending is that? It sucks so hard that Newgrounds made a video making fun of it. You worked so hard and grow so close to your character, only to be given the middle finger salute.
The multiplayer is, in my opinion, one of the best parts of the game. There are so many things to do. My favorite is Infection. Basically, it's a zombie versus a soldier. It's so fun to play with my friends, as long as they don't cheat, as one friend says. The other is the Gruntapocolypse. In this one, you fight waves of grunts and it's so fun to do, especially with a buddy. The multiplayer is fantastic.
So that's Halo: Reach for you. It's an amazing game with tiny flaws but an overall delight. As for a rating, I give it a 9/10. If you have an Xbox 360, give it a try. You might like it. Well, this is bobbythebrony saying Til I see you again, watch your step.
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