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Unboxing All the Halo: Reach Xbox 360 Editions

Halo: Reach will be Bungie's grand finale to the series, at least as far as it is concerned. As in classic Halo fashion, there will be several SKUs for Halo: Reach buyers to choose from. There's the regular edition, the limited edition, and the crazy expensive Legendary edition.

Bungie says that this time around, the Legendary version will be truly limited in supply (in my neck of the woods, Legendary editions of Halo 3 were clearing out at under $20 a few months ago).

Everything you need to know is in the video below:

  • rmmil978
    $8 worth of plastic that no one will care about 6 months after the game is released for $100+ extra? Pass. I don't care if it is "truly limited," it'll be worth just as much as the Halo 3 Legendary edition is now.
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  • vicsrealms
    Hmm, that limited edition looks interesting. Dr. Halsey's journal might be worth $80 dollars all by itself. I don't really care about the games, but I am a huge fan of the novels (which I wish they would continue) and that journal definitely sounds like an interesting read.
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  • rohitbaran
    (in my neck of the woods, Legendary editions of Halo 3 were clearing out at under $20 a few months ago).
    Well, even this game's all legendary boxes won't be bought while they are expensive no matter how few they are and end up selling for cheap some months later when all the hype dies down. Who plays with plastic dolls?
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  • dragonfang18
    No amount of limited editions or money can keep 12 year olds from coming in your game and ruin the experience. I can still hear the screams of kids thinking they are so L33T 10 years ago when Halo 2 came out.
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  • burnley14
    rohitbaranWell, even this game's all legendary boxes won't be bought while they are expensive no matter how few they are and end up selling for cheap some months later when all the hype dies down. Who plays with plastic dolls?
    It has nothing to do with playing with them. These are the sets that people will buy and never take out of the plastic wrap. I guarantee all the legendary sets sell relatively quickly. Too many nerds are in love with the Halo series.
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  • Manos
    Ok since itsoo hard for smoe to think further like the retard above me thats asuming its all about the nerds buying this stuff...
    Explain to me Mr non retard for someone like me that has a room full of collectives, blades and minatures and knowing that the Legendary's minature is created by McFarlane, a minature that for its size and detail alone I know that here in greece without even the game would come for at least 80$+.

    Does that make me a nerd knowing I like the franchise decently and I love minatures and consider buying it, or makes you just too much of an ignorant and incapable to understand a couple of things? The nerd will give you the advantage of trying to think about it. lol..
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  • chaoski
    If they can make is and sell it for great profit and there are people that will actually buy it....more power to them.
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  • JOSHSKORN
    I'll buy it if they release the last 3 Halo games for PC (Halo 3, ODST and Reach). Oh wait, I guess that won't happen. Oh well. Someone's not getting my money.
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  • Bert R
    I like how she gives away the end in the video. "...The ultimate sacrifice." Not that it wasn't already fairly obvious, but for those who were still holding out for a surprise ending... too bad haha.
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  • snoogins
    manos...nerds buying this stuff...someone like me that has a room full of collectives, blades and minatures...Does that make me a nerd...
    Yes
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