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Post by Dan @ 04:56pm 30/07/10 | 2 Comments
As the worldwide release date of September 14 2010 creeps ever-closer, Bungie and Microsoft Games have released a new trailer promoting the hotly anticipated Halo: Reach. Titled "Battle Begins", the latest clip takes a peek at Noble Team's epic planetary battle that will serve as the game's single-player campaign narrative.

This is officially Bungie's last title under Microsoft Game Studios as they signed a 10-year development/publishing deal with Activision that has everyone wondering what's next on the cards. One thing's for sure though, it won't be another Halo title.

Watch it now, right here on AusGamers.






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Eorl
Posted 06:40pm 30/7/10
Pretty bold of them saying its the most anticipated game of 2010. Sure, it's a cool game, but clearly StarCraft II has that title.
Khel
Posted 09:31am 02/8/10
Most anticipated console game maybe?

But damn, it does look pretty awesome, I'm a bit of a Halo fanboy so I can't wait :P Space combat ftw!
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