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Live-action Halo: Reach trailer delivers hope


10:20 AM on 08.26.2010



Microsoft has released another one of these high-quality live-action Halo: Reach trailers, this one entitled "Deliver Hope."

So here's the thing: this trailer doesn't make me more interested in playing Reach as much as it just gets me frustrated that Hollywood can't pull together a live-action Halo film. This slick, one-minute trailer packs plenty of action, and looks better than most big budget science fiction flicks hitting theaters today. So what's the hold up? Someone make this happen!

Halo: Reach is out September 14, and our own Halo nut Hamza Aziz just spent two straight days playing the thing at a review event in San Francisco. He's not allowed to give you the final word on Bungie's latest until September 11 at 11:00 PM PDT, but I haven't heard from him since Tuesday, so that's a good sign.






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