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Play Halo Using Minecraft (Not Really)

Written on January 28, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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What happens when you mix Halo and Minecraft under one game? Well modder SidolaTehNerd certainly didn't have all day to think about it, so he just made it happen.

Mods are at it again! But this time, they took the time to figure out the twists and turns of Minecraft’s system and used it to recreate Halo. Yes, you heard that right, Halo. An FPS under the boxy world of Minecraft done right. SidolaTehNerd explained that the map they’re using is a recreation of the classic Halo map, Lockout. They’re currently playing the mod on an hMod server and have ingeniously used the elements and system of Minecraft to make the gameplay somewhat entertaining. The modders did not explain however if they’re ready to share this to the world. Hit the break to watch the video!

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Halo: Reach Causes Disc Read Error

Written on September 20, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Oh no! Halo: Reach is currently out of reach as it says "Disc Read Error." Have you called Microsoft customer support already?

Although Halo: Reach had one of the most successful unveiling last week, the game continues to make the gonfalons for awry reasons. According to some rnet forums, Halo: Reach players are encountering disc read errors leaving gamers unfit to try their hand on the game. It’s currently vague what causes the flaw, but many report that older XBox 360 consoles have trouble reading the game disc. It was also discovered last week that due to limited hard drive, the new 4GB XBox 360s were unable to play the game’s online co-op mode. As told by a Microsoft representative, those affected should contact their customer support at 1-800-4MY-XBOX for troubleshooting assistance.

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Xbox 360 – Halo: Reach Limited Edition

Written on August 02, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Its equipped with 250GB HDD, built in 802.11n WiFi, and a silver matte finish. Welcome the new Halo: Reach.

Halo series of Xbox 360 doesn’t look really different because of its Xbox 360 hardware. Then, what makes the new Halo: Reach special? The fact that it is the first special edition release based on the new model makes it extraordinary. Features include a 250GB HDD, built in 802.11n WiFi, and a silver matte finish. The price of $399 will also bring you two special edition controllers and a copy of the game itself.

If you are the person who likes silver hardware, this will be our best bet. This will be available by late August or early September. Halo: Reach is also noted as the game of the millennium. It has been an inspiration to aspiring designers as they discover the world of Xbox and Forge World.

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