Keighley: Halo Reach is a “huge leap forward,” set to be 2010’s biggest game “by far”

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Halo Reach‘s VGA premiere is only a week away and host Geoff Keighley is already out there telling the world how great it will be, going as far to say it looks like 2010’s biggest game “by far” on the latest Major Nelson podcast (1:18).

“At the VGAs we’re actually going to be able to go down on the planet Reach and see this game for the first time,” Keighley said.

“It’s all going to be in-game stuff. This is not CG, this is not live action, like all the kids on Twitter are speculating. You’re going to get a first glimpse of the world of Reach, which is phenomenal.

“I think it’s going to be the biggest game of next year by far. Folks loved ODST and thought it was great, but when people see the huge leap forward Bungie’s taking with Reach… Everyone I’ve talked to that’s been on the team and seen it is incredibly excited about that game.”

Could this be the Halo gamers have been waiting for?

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