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Halo Reach Developer Diary Shows Lots Of New Footage

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A new developer diary has hit the internet and shows off a great big chunk oh Halo Reach.

There is a lot of talk of how the new engine looks amazing, does amazing things and makes you tea and waffles in the morning too. When looking at the footage, it’s easy to see that Halo Reach is a massive improvement over Halo 3 and a big step overall for the franchise but how does it stack up against other titles?

It looks like Bungie are actually trying something truly different for the first time since the original Halo came out. I’ve always enjoyed Halo but never been a die-hard fan of the series, so I don’t know if Reach will be the game to draw me in.

I have however, always enjoyed the co-op aspects of Halo, and it looks as though they are going to be putting a lot of effort into that department, so let’s hope that the end result is something really worth playing.

Does it look better than Killzone 2? I don’t know so much, what do you think?

Video after the jump.

Last Updated: February 15, 2010


  1. I think Halo reach looks better than k2,it has more colour and higher textures.Halo reach is also a sandbox game so its going to be mutch bigger, and less linear than K2.Don’t forget that Halo reach is only coming out at the end of the year,so there is tons of time to polish the game.


  2. DarthPenguin

    February 16, 2010 at 11:13

    For all those people who think Halo looks dated… this is going to be Bungie’s save. It looks amazingly pretty.. and I agree with Fearless.. better than K2. The gameplay is also looking like a lot of fun.. this is a definite day one purchase for me so far…

    But like you said.. there still a lot of time for them to change things… like any Halo.. I will read up on it properly closer to release before I place my preorder 😛


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