Xbox 360 250GB Halo Reach Console Bundle

Xbox 360 250GB Halo Reach Console Bundle

Xbox 360 250GB Halo Reach Console Bundle Rating:
List Price: $399.99
Sale Price: $153.95
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Product Description

The Xbox 360 Limited Edition Halo: Reach Console. Custom designed with artwork inspired by Halo: Reach, in a brand new, leaner machine with Wi-Fi built-in for easier connection to the world of entertainment on Xbox LIVE. This limited offer also includes a copy of the game Halo: Reach, two custom designed Xbox 360 Wireless Controllers and a 250GB Hard Drive.

Features Xbox 360 250GB S Console with custom design Halo - Reach Standard Edition rated M for Mature Xbox 360 250GB S Removable Hard Drive Two Xbox 360 Wireless Controllers with custom design Xbox 360 Black Headset Xbox 360 Composite A/V cable (standard definition) One Month Xbox LIVE Gold Membership 1 year limited warranty on console


  • Reach is the culmination of 10 years of award winning Halo games that have raised expectations for what can be achieved in a video game.
  • This award-winning, high performance wireless controller is custom designed to match the console
  • 250GB Hard Drive - The internal, removable 250GB hard drive offers plenty of space to save games, HD TV and movies, music and more.
  • Chat with friends on Xbox LIVE, or team up and jump in with multiplayer game play. Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Connect more accessories and storage solutions with added USB ports. Now with a total of 5, (3 back/2 front) you'll find more places to plug and play.
  • The new Xbox 360 is the only console with 802.11n Wi-Fi built-in for a faster and easier connection to Xbox LIVE.
  • Added integrated optical audio out port for an easier connection to the booming What's In The Box?


3 Responses to “Xbox 360 250GB Halo Reach Console Bundle”

  1. B. Klinko says:


    System is worth the money. Like I already mentioned, when you start up the xbox, it sounds like your shields recharging and when you power down, the same. The disc drive has cool non button button that open and closes it. The two controllers are very sharp and seem a bit heavier, better quality than standard wireless controllers. This package includes two of them which is nice. There are going to be a million reviews on halo reach, so I am just going to comment on the system package, which I personally am very happy with.

  2. DrNegative says:


    I sold my older model Xbox and purchased this Reach bundle as a replacement. After unboxing and testing it out, I have to say its a huge upgrade from my previous model. It runs quieter and cooler since the “Slims” are built on the new 45nm “Valhalla” motherboard architecture which also require less power. Finally some built-in Wi-Fi too.

    It looks beautiful…Bungie’s custom artwork really sets this thing apart from the rest….work of art. The custom Reach controllers also look great and compliment the Xbox’s Reach design theme. Not to mention you get “two” of them in this bundle….in my case I have a brand new spare now to store away for later.

    The custom sounds when powering up this Xbox and opening the disc tray were neat, I liked them. Further adds to the Halo theme.

    Also included as a bonus with the Reach Xbox bundle were codes for: Falcon Avatar accessory, Elite officer armor, Spartan Recon helmet, an episode of Halo Legends called “The Package”, and a 2-day Xbox Live Gold trial.

    5-stars, anything less would be absurd.

  3. Ro9ue says:


    **This review is for the console itself, not the game.**

    My Pro was getting old, slow, and loud. Having to reallocate memory as DLC, arcade games, and save files accumulate on the 20 GB HDD was getting old, too. So my love for the Halo universe convinced me that things had lined up such that I could upgrade in style with the new Halo: Reach bundle.

    Overall, fantastic console.


    Stylish silver matte coating with gray and black Halo-themed decorations sprinkled over it. Does not retain finger prints (know this was a big issue a lot of people over-exaggerated with the other 360-S’s — though why you’re fondling your 360 after you get it set up is unclear to me). Controllers look very nice, too – I love the new look. New power block (downsized from the clunky original “brick”) is black and more aesthetically streamlined.


    Loads quickly, smoothly, and without problems. Does exactly what it’s supposed to. Have not tried the wireless yet, as I used a wired connection. Controllers respond very well (though it might just be that I’m used to old/worn controllers). Standard headset mic still requires you to yell into it, but if you don’t have to worry about keeping your voice down, it works just fine.


    Console itself stays pretty cool for such a device. The S’s new heat sink system appears to whisk away most of the heat from the internal components and out the vents, presumably keeping the CPU, GPU, and other chipsets cooler.

    **NOTE: I’ve read a lot of reviews complaining the S runs hotter than the original. This is not accurate. The air coming out of the console is hotter. This means more heat is being expelled and that less heat is trapped inside the console, meaning what matters – the temp of your hardware – is staying cooler.


    Runs whisper-quiet. I played it for 7-8 hours straight (judge if you will – I was just, you know, testing the hardware =P), stayed consistently quiet the entire time.

    Overall, again, great console. I’m quite happy with this purchase.

    Plus the game made it that much better. Quite simply the best Halo game since Halo: CE (Reach is now the king of the Halo games, offering the most gameplay features, co-op opportunities, fearsome and unpredictable AI, game options/customization, sexy visual/audio experience, replayability, character variety, and overall value ever in a Halo game).


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