Halo: Reach Loses to the Pirates

By Alix Minjarez

August 27, 2010

It looks like Microsoft has lost the battle to pirates, as they have found a way to breach the private servers meant for gaming press and now have the ability to bypass download codes given to writers.

Now that the code has been leaked, images are popping up on many public torrent and P2P sites. The images are even appearing on NZB aggregators and Usenet binaries newsgroups. Now Microsoft and Bungie are going to have to fight the  hordes of people who will post spoilers way before the game’s September 14th release.

Of course, anyone who is caught playing a copy of Halo: Reach on Live before the release date will receive a life-time ban, so think twice before you go torrent hunting.

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Alix Minjarez

Being a gamer since the age of 6 (thanks to my parents), a desire to pursue a career in the gaming industry has been my passion ever since I laid my hands on Sonic the Hedgehog. Some of my favorite games include Shadow of the Colossus, Okami, Duke Nukem 3D, Final Fantasy 6, Killer7 and both the Devil May Cry and Resident Evil series.

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