[Community member Mr Dillinger and crew went to a Halo: Reach event in Australia. This is their story. -- Hamza Aziz]
Hey Destructoid. Recently I've been focusing on getting a more professional image in the PR work of gaming and let it be known, it's not easy when it comes out of your own pocket. To be perfectly honest it was a slaughter to get what we got and some of you might even consider what we got to be very little. That being said, we are quite happy with the results we got out from flying economy to Sydney, Australia to catch Microsoft and Bungie in their latest efforts to market what is around the corner with the help of NASA space cowboy, Buzz Aldrin.
While at the event we got to shake hands with YouTube hit generator Blunty, key members of Microsoft, Bungie, NASA and Make A Wish Foundation. And let it be known that City Hunter is the best place you can go in Sydney to kick back and get your game on. Actually, I'm just going to go out there and state that China Town in general is simply awesome because it never sleeps, and that suits me just fine.
In the following presentation, we give you an exclusive look at Microsoft's new motion control add on, Kinect, as well as listen in on the wise words of one of the few men on this planet to travel to the Moon's surface, Buzz Aldrin. To top it all off, we manage to get a brief sit down with David Allen (Multiplayer Producer) and Chris Opdahl (Campaign Design Lead) of Bungie, as they give us an promising look into their upcoming Halo: Reach. Enjoy!
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