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Halo 3 Legendary Edition -Xbox 360

by Microsoft
Xbox 360
Mature
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)

Price: $229.99
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Edition: Legendary
  • Expands on the franchise and adds a wealth of technical and gameplay advancements
  • Unparalleled first-person shooter experience and the most compelling story of the trilogy
  • Builds upon the social multiplayer experience and innovative, evolving, online gameplay of Halo 2
  • Loaded with high-definition visuals, enhanced AI, an advanced lighting engine, new weapons, characters, and challenges
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Edition: Legendary
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000K8ZTK8
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 12 x 11 inches ; 8.9 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 25, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,464 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Edition: Legendary

Adding to Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2, the epic saga continues with Halo 3, the amazingly anticipated sequel to the highly successful and critically acclaimed Halo franchise. Master Chief returns to finish the fight, bringing the epic conflict between the Covenant, the Flood, and the entire human race to a dramatic, pulse-pounding climax. The Covenant occupation of Earth has uncovered a massive and ancient object beneath the African sands, an object whose secrets have yet to be revealed. Earth's forces are battered and beaten. The Master Chief's AI companion, Cortana, is still trapped in the clutches of the Gravemind, a horrifying Flood intelligence, and a civil war is raging in the heart of the Covenant. It's all been building to this--a desperate, final war that leads to a soul-shattering climax of epic proportions. Take control of Master Chief to defeat the Covenant and destroy the Flood as a measure to prevent the annihilation of the human race.

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Get ready. The Chief is back.
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HDR lighting, self-shadowing, and more make Halo 3 look and feel realistic. View larger.
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Earth is conquered. The Covenant is everywhere. Halo 3 promises to be an epic journey. View larger.
The game was revealed to the world at the Microsoft press conference held at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood in May 2006. The announcement was a complete surprise. The rumors had run rampant, as everyone wondered when the next installment would be ready. Bungie and Microsoft did a stellar job keeping their lips sealed and fans benefited from their first glimpse of the hallowed third and final installment.

The short presentation was delivered in real time on Xbox 360 using the current version of the Halo 3 game engine. That's right--no studio production video, Bungie and Microsoft delivered the real deal: what they showed at the announcement is what gamers see when they play Halo 3. The HDR lighting, self-shadowing, GPU-run particle system, and many other features appear in full effect in the final game. Needless to say, the gaming community has been salivating.

CJ Cowan, Bungie's director of cinematics, discussed one of the most startling moments of the presentation: the return of Cortana. "Given the variety of character and story arcs at the end of Halo 2, we wanted to boil down our announcement to a few key threads. Cortana and the Chief being a galaxy apart is a situation we haven't seen before, and is something that is a powerful component to Halo 3. We are using her transmissions in the demo to give the viewer a few subtle clues to her situation and state of mind, without revealing any specifics we want to save for the game itself."

Graphically, the game closely follows in the tradition of Halo 2, although it has been upgraded to take advantage of Xbox 360's more prodigious visual abilities. As art direct Marcus Lehto explained, "[The presentation] was intended to be an understated announcement of Halo 3--the tone is that of mystery and suspense--the calm before the storm. I wanted to make sure that we reintroduced the Chief, showed that Earth was thoroughly conquered, with Covenant everywhere, and that there is a glorious, ancient artifact buried under the Earth's crust which will provide Halo 3 with the epic journey we all want."

Taking full advantage of the power of Xbox 360, Halo 3 expands on everything that has made the franchise great, adding a wealth of technical and gameplay advancements. The game design has evolved with next-generation, high-definition visuals; enhanced AI; an advanced real-time lighting engine; and, of course, new weapons, characters, and challenges. Halo 3 promises an unparalleled first-person shooter experience and, in the end, the most compelling and engrossing story in the franchise's history. Last, but certainly not least, Halo 3 builds upon the unique social multiplayer experience and innovative, evolving online gameplay of Halo 2. Rest assured, you'll still be able to run with your clan and battle with (or against) your buddies from coast to coast.


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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Legendary Edition of a Legendary Game September 27, 2007
Edition:Legendary
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
With the literally thousands of reviews of Halo 3 available throughout the internet and print media, I'll let you decide for yourself. Instead I will focus on merely THIS edition of Halo 3.

First off, if the price tag didn't let you know, this is for serious fans only. If you're a casual fan, or maybe you like having the occasional local match, youd be better off with the Limited edition, or just the normal. This is purely for those who live for Halo.

The packaging is mythic. It's a hell of a lot bigger than it looks in these pictures. The helmet is the size of an adult's head, plus the base. The box is wrapped with a VERY cool Legendary Edition poster, so be careful opening it. Inside it's pretty straightforward. A helmet, a Base, and two DVD cases.

The helmet is beautiful. It's plastic, so it wont weigh a ton, but man, it looks the part. it slides over the base, which is also quite impressive. on the back of it is a serial number.

The discs. first off you get the game disc in a black dvd style case with a darker cover art than the other editions. this disc is identical to all other editions.

the other dvd case has two dvd's in it with special features. one is the same as the limited edition, with behind the scenes, interviews, etc etc. lots of fun there, very comparable to Halo 2's special eidtion.

the 2nd bonus disc has a few features on it, like the voice of cortana going on a PR tour, bonus episodes of Red vs. Blue and This Spartan Life, and a full bestiary which was really cool for any fan of the canon.

the base has a lot of room for DVDs in it. I took out the bonus dvd case and keep halo 1 2 and 3 all in there, they fit nicely, with room to spare.
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50 of 60 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Halo 3: The Friggin' Helmet Edition October 5, 2007
Edition:Legendary
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Halo 3 is the game to buy right now. One would think that wouldn't be the case with that monstrous ad campaign that's made it's way not only to Burger King but to the sides of Pontiac cars but believe it or not, this game lives up to the hype and surpasses it in just about every way imaginable.

Whether you play the game in single player mode or online against or alongside other people, you're pretty much guaranteed to be entertained from start to finish. I particularly enjoyed the storyline to the single player game this time around as Halo 2 wasn't exactly the most fun I've had playing a single player campaign. Not only that but you can play with up to three others online in cooperative mode and it's a lot of fun if a little too easy, even on Legendary difficulty. Graphics, sound and control are all exactly what you'd expect from the franchise and they've added so many bells and whistles to all the modes and all the new modes that what you're left with is an astounding package that is pretty much guaranteed to give you plenty of entertainment for the next couple of years, no question.

Now.... here's the question: which edition do you get? I've got the Legendary edition with the helmet and while it is a cool piece of art, it is a little steep for what you get. You get an extra disc of content as well, so it's not like you're paying an extra $70 or so dollars to get just a helmet but it is a lot of money to blow on a game, no matter how you cut it. The extra disc has one feature worth mentioning: a film of all the cinematics from the first two games combined into one two hour plus "movie", if you will. It's pretty cool, not to mention it makes for a good refresher on the events from the earlier part of the story.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Return of the King September 25, 2007
Edition:Legendary
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Halo 3 - Circa 2007

GOOD:
- Four-player online (or offline) co-op Gameplay allows two; three, or four players play through the game from start to end. A co-op player can come into the game at any time and leave at any time (note only one of you will play as the Master Chief, while another will play as the Arbiter, and the other two players will be Elites that work with humans)
- Great looking graphics and animation, that look even better then Halo 2, F.E.A.R. and just as good as Bioshock, while these graphics might not look as good as Gears of War do to some people these graphics still are some of the best seen to date.
- Intense multiplayer action online through Xbox Live with matches as small as one on one and as big as 16 players (and offline with out using Xbox Live using either spilt screen, or system link). Halo 3 is set up similar to Halo 2 in the sense that you're given a rank when you play multiplayer (this rank can go up or down at any time) this rank is representative of your skill and your matched with others of your skill type, that way new unskilled players and hardcore veterans will not often play against one another, unless they make a special match themselves that ignores rank.

BAD:
- Confusing plot to new players of this franchise - Playing Pervious games and read the Halo Novels will fill you in on the details, if you are incline to learn them.
- No Clan Support (like in Halo 2) - This might get fixed in a future patch
- Game is considered short to some (Campaign Story Mode).

IF IT FITS YOUR TASTE:
- A Sci-Fi First Person Shooter with quick pacing and vehicle combat.
- Co-op and online versus/team games is the big draw here.
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Published 1 month ago by juan
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy it.
A most have for every Halo fan.
Published 1 month ago by Jose
5.0 out of 5 stars At a reduced price, this collectible is worth purchasing.
The collectible helmet/DVD holder was much heavier than I expected. It's plastic, but a well-made piece of plastic that doesn't look cheap. Read more
Published 5 months ago by OkinawanMatt
5.0 out of 5 stars HEY YOU! YEAH YOU!
are you not getting enough sleep? are you having relationship problems? not getting any sex? are you adopted? Read more
Published 6 months ago by Mark mendoza
5.0 out of 5 stars fast shipping and on time
Love this was in great condition even came with the Halo 3 game a great completion to my Halo collectibles
Published 8 months ago by Jimmy Taylor
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Product, exactly what I wanted!
I'm super stoked, It was actually new and the games unopened very glad with this sale, It looks amazing in my bookshelf
Thank you!
Published 10 months ago by Alex
1.0 out of 5 stars I dont like it
i thought i could wear the helmet and the game was scathed and the box some holes in the box
Published 12 months ago by colin daniel huizenga
5.0 out of 5 stars The helmet is sick! Very Awesome set here; although, now I have two...
It'd be better if it was actually a helmet you could actually wear...I'm sure that would add to the price by hundreds though.
Published 22 months ago by Brett M.
5.0 out of 5 stars Always get the Halo Limited Editions!
My advice to you: ALWAYS GET THE HALO LIMITED EDITIONS

Why? Because they always sell out and hardcore fans are always willing to pay big bucks for them. Read more
Published on October 5, 2012 by Hendo
5.0 out of 5 stars Halo 3!!
The box is amazing, the helmet is an awesome collection center piece, and the game itself was awesome. Definitely a must have for any Halo collector.
Published on September 27, 2012 by Rose Goria
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