Halo Giveaway Contest

October 27, 2015 at 12:01 am | Posted in Books, Contest, Sci-Fi | 4 Comments
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Halo 5: Guardians is out today, and to celebrate, Gallery Books has given us two copies of Troy Denning’s Halo: Last Light to giveaway! Last Light is part detective story and part treasure hunt as detective Veta Lopis investigates a series of murders in an elaborate cave system despite the interference from Spartans who are hunting the caves for an ancient relic. As things sprawl into rebellion and warfare, the story heats up for lots of fun. On top of that, the book contains a downloadable content code for Halo 5: Guardians.

To win a copy of Halo: Last Light, just leave a comment in this post letting us know which Halo game is your favorite. We’ll pick two random winners Wednesday evening.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.



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  1. The original (though on PC) is probably always going to be my favorite. Everyone complains about how OP the pistol was, but it was actually a lot more fun I found than its successors.

    I read 3 or 4 of the books when they first started coming out and really enjoyed going through the backstory of the candidates for the program and everything they went through in their training.

  2. To be honest. My favorite Halo game is Halo 3 ODST. Not because I liked the content most. But because I have so many good memories of playing the campaign with my best friends. That’s also the case for most of the halo series. So I think I don’t have a real favorite part. I just love the storyline and the fun it is to play with friends on splitscreen mode. :)

  3. I really enjoyed Halo Reach. I never really got into any Halo game but I really enjoyed Reach when I played it.

  4. I’ve got to go with halo 2 for the myriad of hours that I played with my best friends from high school. Never was good but I always got by

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