Halo: Reach edition Xbox 360 looks snazzy, costs four hundy

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If you’re a Halo fan and haven’t bought the new 360 yet, you’re in luck. This September 15, Halo: Reach will be launching alongside a sweet new Xbox with Halo detailing. It comes with two Halo-style controllers and costs $400 — a $100 premium over the vanilla 360 S and $200 over the stripped-down Arcade model.

They say it’s a limited edition, but “limited” in this case probably means limited to like a million. The console will actually make a cameo in the game, which seems a little weird to me. But I’m probably never going to play Reach, so I’ll never know how it is.

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