Tuesday, September 21, 2010

'Halo: Reach' To Add Campaign Matchmaking

Those Elites Are Tricky In The Campign

Halo Reach Wil Include The Optin For Campign In Matchmaking

Halo Reach Sniping Level

Halo Reach Has Interesting Shades For The Campaign

You won't Get Tired Of THis Installment


Bungie's community content writer Eric Osborne said that the feature was held back so that players would not spoil the story by playing missions out of order.

"The main reason for its omission is simple: we don't want your very first experience in campaign to occur on the very last level," he said.

"Like all our matchmaking playlists, Campaign Matchmaking will offer all players in the party a vote as to which mission they'll end up tackling together.

"Democracy is totally sweet, but in this case, the majority might overrule your No Spoilers Doctrine."

The October update will also add bug fixes, balance issues, new game types and additional Forge maps.

Halo: Reach was released last week for Xbox 360.


Halo: Reach has topped the Xbox 360 chart.

It is followed by Mafia II and Prince Of Persia: The Forgotten Sands in second and third.

Elsewhere, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions slips to ninth while Need For Speed: Shift climbs to fifth.

The top ten in full:

1. (-) Halo: Reach (Microsoft Game Studios)

2. (1) Mafia II (2K Games)

3. (6) Prince Of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (Ubisoft)

4. (4) Mass Effect 2 (Electronic Arts)

5. (8) Need For Speed: Shift (Electronic Arts)

6. (3) Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days (Square Enix)

7. (9) Red Dead Redemption (Rockstar)

8. (5) Sniper: Ghost Warrior (City Interactive)

9. (7) Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions (Activision)

The Vehicle Level In The Campaign Takes The Cake

It Gets Enjoyably Dark In The Campaign

Halo Reach Looks To Be The Best Game Of 2010

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