More than a few of us here at Massively dabble with single-player games when we're not on the clock, whether it be real-time strategy, roleplaying, first-person shooters, or some genre-bending hybrid. Every so often, a major release comes along that transcends its particular niche in the game industry and gets everyone talking.
Love it or hate it, Halo: Reach
is such a title. Released to much critical acclaim
this week, the title is currently chewing its way up the sales charts as bazillions of gamers trade Master Chief for Noble Six and partake of Bungie's
swansong in the series that put them (as well as Microsoft Games
and the Xbox
) on the map.
The question of the day, dear readers, is twofold: Are you checking out Reach
, and more appropriately, would you play a Halo MMO