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2013-07-10 14:13:59
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There are two video consoles that the Halo games can be played on. These include Xbox and Xbox 360. Halo 1 and 2 were both made for the Xbox. Halo 3, Halo Wars, and Halo 3:ODST, and Halo:Reach, and Halo 4 were all made for the Xbox 360.


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Look kid concentrate on studying, not Halo. School is for education not for playing video games.

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