1) 343 had nothing to do with reach. 2) how was the lore butchered? if Bungie says thats how reach happened, then thats how it happened, and as far as i know there aren't even any contradictions between the game, and the books anyways.
1) I apologize I didn't mean 343 had anything to do with Reach, i'm just talking about the major changes from the book to game.
2) Im sure it bugs the hell out of a lot of people that they have read The Fall Of Reach only to finally play the game Reach and discover it's nothing like the book at all, even though bungie says books are canon. --- "Call of Duty and Gears of War are fun...but Halo is an art." -ANUBIS x MT -GT: Drixops
#12tigers5123Posted 6/9/2011 1:31:10 PM
Scorpion122178 posted... They land on Onyx, its the only thing I can think of. Maybe another corrupt core like 343 GS and his army of sentinels? idk really but it would be kinda weak if we go from fighting aliens and alien parasites to just fighting tin cans.
If this happens I will have a "nervous breakdown ending with me running into a plate-glass window screaming "everyone's a robot!"". Cookie goes to anyone who catches the reference without looking it up. --- Hallowed are the Ori. Welcome to you're "doom"!
#13scottster348674Posted 6/9/2011 1:36:08 PM
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#14SterlingFoxPosted 6/9/2011 1:38:39 PM
In terms of canon lore, the games take presedence over the books.
If there are any contradictions between the Fall of Reach and Halo: Reach, then it's the book that's wrong. Not the game. --- ''Were it so easy.'' MGO = Captain Deadman
#15Drixops22Posted 6/9/2011 1:45:38 PM
^Doesn't make it any less annoying though, considering the book came out wayyy before the game. --- "Call of Duty and Gears of War are fun...but Halo is an art." -ANUBIS x MT -GT: Drixops