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Halo: Reach Full Game Leaked

Posted on Friday, August 20 @ 13:01:46 Eastern by
Microsoft, you did know that putting Halo: Reach up on the public Xbox Live Marketplace was a very, very, very bad idea, right?


I know you meant for Halo: Reach to be downloadable only by reviewers who have a special 25-character code and that the 99999MS Points price tag would deter most people from attempting to purchase the game or possibly hack through. But, of course, Microsoft, you thought wrong.

Modders from Game-tut.com have apparently tricked your servers and have gained access to the game. The game's files have also been leaked elsewhere. May Master Chief shake his head in shame.

[IndustryGamers]


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