We actually highlighted this deal a few months ago, but Zavvi are still the cheapest retailer for Bungie’s Halo swan song. They are currently beating out the next best offer coming from The Hut by £3.
It may have not been the instant classic some were hoping and it didn’t win any GOTY awards, but it’s an incredibly solid shooter that took the Halo franchise in a more gritty direction and included a well-rounded multiplayer experience. For the price, it’s a great deal for those that skipped it at launch, or for those that traded it in and want to get back in the action. shez786 @ HUKD!
Halo: Reach is one of those games you can happily sign away hours of your life to, whether you're running around blasting everything in sight with a couple of friends, or cruising through the single player with the rest of Noble Team. The limited edition also comes with a couple of extra features, like an Elite armour set that can be used in the multiplayer, as well as Dr. Halsey's personal notes. Best Buy UK are parting with copies of the game for £17.99, which'll save you almost £7 on the next best offer coming in from Simply Games. Thanks to DEALofaLifetime @ HUKD.
Halo: Reach is a great game, you've got a campaign that's packed full of action from start to finish, the multiplayer is extremely addictive and there are plenty of modes to keep things fresh. I've put hours into this one trying to unlock new items to customise my armour and once you set down this path it's hard to tear yourself away. Zavvi are parting with copies of the game for £9.95, which'll make you a saving of £3 on the next best offer coming in from The Hut. Thanks to Superman284 @ HUKD.
What to say about Halo Reach? Bungie’s prequel delivers massive thrills, a great campaign, one of the best multiplayer suites to have ever graced a videogame… and a credits system that blends it into one holistic experience. On the other hand, it was also uniquely disappointing to fans of the series, who were dismayed to find much of the traditional vehicle-based insanity replaced with good ol’ fashioned ground pounding. I’d still heartily recommend it to any and all, but for the love of God, play the campaign on Heroic. ‘Normal’ just doesn’t do it justice.
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Here's a deal if you're looking to update your old 360 and grab a pretty good game in the process, in fact I wish I'd waited and not rushed ahead and updated mine a couple of months ago! The £159 price tag should make you a saving of almost £11 if you're grabbing the console with Fable 3, and almost £9 if you're a Halo fan, so get yourself down to Currys whilst stocks last! Thanks to flasm1 @ HUKD.
Looks like chocolate's not the only thing you should be buying this Easter, there are some pretty tasty Xbox 360 slim deals over at Game. You can get a 250 Gb console with Kinect for £219.98, which'll save you around £10 over picking them up separately. The other 250 Gb consoles come with games; grabbing one with Halo Reach'll save you almost £8; one with Forza 3 Ultimate Edition'll save you almost £2; and one with Fable 3'll save you almost £10. Happy shopping! Thanks to Sholeo @ HUKD.
You can now get your hands on Halo Reach, and enough Microsoft Points to grab a map pack, for £24.85, which is just over £5 cheaper than the deal from Sendit that Felix posted almost a month ago. Whilst the story behind Reach isn't anything special, it's crammed full of action! However, the single player's just a distraction from the multiplayer, which is where you'll spend the majority of your time and once you jump into the online world it's hard to pull yourself away. If you've not played Reach yet, then now's your chance.
It’s taken almost 6 months, but even the mighty Halo: Reach has now fallen below the £20 price mark. It may have not been the instant classic some were hoping and it didn’t win any GOTY awards, but it’s an incredibly solid shooter that took the Halo franchise in a more gritty direction and included a well-rounded multiplayer experience. For the price, it’s a great deal for those that skipped it at launch, or for those that traded it in and want to get back in the action. Thanks to machinegooner @ HUKD!
While it's not quite the cheapest deal for game itself, Send It's offer of Halo Reach + 800 MS Points for just £29.89 is a chunk of generosity we just couldn't resist sharing. All in all, it's a pretty good saving if you purchased each item separately. Not to mention, Reach has just some DLC out, the Noble Map Pack, which just so happens to be 800 MS Points. A coincidence? I think not. Superstitious suspicions aside, this is a great deal for anyone who has yet to sample Bungie's Halo swansong.
Reach wasn't the triumphant success I was hoping for, but it was a solid, enjoyable effort with - mostly - great visuals, pitch-perfect combat and occasional sparks of typical Bungie brilliance. If you've yet to sample Reach's multifaceted delights, then I think you should click on the link above and check out Amazon's deal. For £17.99, you'll get a six to ten hour campaign, multiplayer with limitless appeal, a newfangled Forge mode that allows you to tinker with maps to your heart's desire, and quite a few little easter eggs.