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Topic # 87454 29-Jul-2011 11:27
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Hi all,

I am just getting started playing Reach online, and am looking for Xbox Live friends to play socially with.
(I am still a noob, I've had a couple of excellent cooperative campaign games, am looking for regular players to hopefully establish a bit of teamwork etc)

Please feel free to add me to your Live friends, username hinveST.
If you would like to post your username for others to add you, please do.

Can anybody recommend good NZ-centric Halo sites or groups?

Cheers,
Joseph
 

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  Reply # 501540 3-Aug-2011 18:06
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Sent an invite on XBL. I think highly of your idea, i got a few i play with from overseas but they are hardly on at the right time.

 




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  Reply # 501567 3-Aug-2011 19:08
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Haven't played Reach in months. But i'll chuck my GT up for some games of L4D or anything else! Im always on BF1943! Add me up if you're keen..... Ropenuts1

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 501575 3-Aug-2011 19:30
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People still play 1943?! Wicked




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  Reply # 501582 3-Aug-2011 19:36
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CruciasNZ: People still play 1943?! Wicked




Hahaha yeah man. I see the same people on there all the time. Its actually suprising how many full games i get. I only play it cos i usually am pretty good at it! Don't mean to sound cocky or anything....   

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