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    Halo Reach Black Box: The Perfect Collectors Edition

    There are many things that I love in the world of gaming, and among them is a good collectors edition. A good collectors edition is a surprisingly difficult thing to come by nowadays, with companies deciding that the best thing to do is to pack the box with as many gubbins as possible and then...
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    I don't tend to see as much value in a re-release's collector's edition unless it's something really significant, like a HD remaster of an older game. The Halo: Reach in question is only a port of a decade-old game with a couple of minor bells and whistles. I already bought the Master Chief Collection on Steam, but Reach is one of my least favourites. (Or as I also know it, the beginning of the end for Halo...)
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    I think the first time I ever went over to my buddy's house (you know who I'm talking about) it was to play his crisp, fresh pre-order copy of Halo: ODST....and it was ass. That was the first and last game he ever pre-ordered lol.

    Whenever people take a look at my game collection, they always notice that there's not a single generation of Xbox console (which is a system I forget exists...I can remember the Phillips CDi but not the Xbox)...I never owned one and never wanted one because that's not where the JRPGs were. My cousin and I were close and he had one so anything I wanted to try on the system I just played at his house. There were only two games in Xbox's library that I wanted: Lost Odyssey and Tales of Vesperia. Vesperia...well...I had an inkling for the longest time that it would release outside of Xbox in the West eventually because there was a superior PS3 release in Japan. Sure enough, my patience paid off a decade later and I got Vesperia on PS4 this past Summer.

    Lost Odyssey....well I've mostly given up on that one. I want to play it because it was made by "The Gooch" himself, but then again I haven't liked ANY of his post-Final Fantasy games. Some people swear by The Last Story but I couldn't stand the voice acting and the gameplay was this horrid action-RPG swill where you wound up flinging your Wiimote around as if you were beating off for the last time before hentai became illegal.

    My point is...I don't care much if Halo has a re-release or whatever but I almost wish I had more memories or experiences with Xbox as a whole....I just have no reason to there is no hook for me. I have heard from several people irl that the books are excellent, or at least highly passable for sci-fi fans. I don't dislike Halo or anything, I'm just neutral to it. Back in the day dude...Halo fans were insufferable. In middle school so many kids would actually yell at me and tease me for not playing Halo. Why was their identity so fragile and closely tied to a massively popular thing? Those were the moments where I felt that I was interacting with NPCs more than any other.
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