Halo: CE Question

So is this upcoming re-release of Halo: CE going to be an actual retail game on a disc? Or is it just going to be available for download as an arcade game?

 

I personally would rather have the real disc format myself but its whatever I guess.

 

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I'm pretty sure it'll be a retail release, but not a retail price.  I think it'll be sold for $40? (Correct me if I'm wrong)

How does the multiplayer work? Am I playing with people from Halo Reach or is it by itself?

That is good to hear that its disc form, and at a better price. I wish they would of made ODST that price :P

 

And as far as multiplayer im guessing its going to be like how ODST was if its disc form. Probably going to have a second disc with the Reach Multiplayer and maps.

They're going to make that budget price? They said the same thing about ODST. I'm doubtful.

I heard that the multiplayer would be like a big Halo: Reach Map Pack.  I'm not sure though.

Does anyone know how the co-op will work?  Will it for once have drop in/out co-op?  The biggest mistake with that particular aspect in all of their games is you can't freaking join random people's games.  You can only play it if you know people who want to play it.  Most of my friends play through it once then only play multiplayer.  In every game I've played that has a random host/join co-op option, I've played the *** out of it.  Every other game that has co-op gameplay, has that option.  It's time they get smart about it and add more replay value to their games.

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That is good to hear that its disc form, and at a better price. I wish they would of made ODST that price :P

 

And as far as multiplayer im guessing its going to be like how ODST was if its disc form. Probably going to have a second disc with the Reach Multiplayer and maps.

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It's funny, usually Down under we are getting ripped off with the price of games based on the exchange rate. But ODST and Shadowrun were both priced really low down here.

ODST was priced at NZ$80 down here which at the time would have been about US$45, and Shadowrun was NZ$60. But on average we are paying NZ$20-30 more for games than we should. It's even worse in Australia where their dollar is currently stronger than the US and they still are expected to pay AU$100 a game

 

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That is good to hear that its disc form, and at a better price. I wish they would of made ODST that price :P

 

And as far as multiplayer im guessing its going to be like how ODST was if its disc form. Probably going to have a second disc with the Reach Multiplayer and maps.

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It's funny, usually Down under we are getting ripped off with the price of games based on the exchange rate. But ODST and Shadowrun were both priced really low down here.

ODST was priced at NZ$80 down here which at the time would have been about US$45, and Shadowrun was NZ$60. But on average we are paying NZ$20-30 more for games than we should. It's even worse in Australia where their dollar is currently stronger than the US and they still are expected to pay AU$100 a game

 

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Nice. Generally about all new release games here in the US run $59.99 its a pretty ridiculous price for video games. Every once in a while a budget game will creep out but not so often...

 

Which reminds me, when is that Jurassic Park game ever supposed to release its only supposed to be $29.99 on release day.