Now let me explain something, I am not an online multiplayer kind of guy. Online gaming doesn’t exactly breed the most polite people, and having to work theses type of people is intolerable.
Halo is one of the two franchises I can tolerate playing online matchmaking on. The two reasons for this are: The whacky and unpredictable moments that come from a combination of its game-play and the physics engine, and the vibrant and colorful maps. This is where Halo Reach has missed the mark badly.
Charles J. Johnson is an up and coming freelance writer with a love for video games, music and pretty much anything else that doesn’t impress women. He mostly works with console games and really, really likes Led Zeppelin. Almost a little too much.
- Halo: Reach Game Review (epicagames.com)
- Halo: Reach Matchmaking Needs Your Help To Be Better [Bungie] (kotaku.com)