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The Top 10 Video Games of 2010

Heavy reign
By MITCH KRPATA  |  December 22, 2010

 

8. HALO: REACH | Microsoft Game Studios

With Reach, the final Halo game to be developed by its creator, Bungie Studios, I think I finally got it. That's not because of anything Bungie did radically different this time around, though Reach certainly is a polished and multifaceted offering. Rather, it's because I found the right framework to make Halo mine. I spent most of my time playing cooperatively with friends scattered around the country, and it was here that Reach's wide-open battlefields and dynamic enemy AI asserted themselves. Like the Spartans we command, my friends and I will fight on.

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