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Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Microsoft to Replace Damaged "Halo 3" Discs


Microsoft is offering to replace damaged discs of its just-launched "Halo 3" game for the Xbox amid reports that special limited-edition packaging is scratching them.

Just hours after fans finally got their hands on a copy of "Halo 3," blogs brimmed with reports that special limited-edition packaging is scratching the video game disks.

Microsoft admitted that there were some instances of blemishes on discs as a result of the packaging. On its Xbox Website, Microsoft says the disc replacement program covers the "Halo 3" limited edition game disc and essentials disc at no charge through the end of the year.

While the scratches don't appear to be keeping gamers from playing the game, it's a rough patch that Microsoft, which has faced several Xbox 360 glitches in recent months, could have lived without.

Microsoft is selling the limited-edition version, which comes in a tin with bonus behind-the-scenes features and a making-of-the-game documentary, for $70. A regular copy of the game costs $60, and a "legendary" version, which comes with a replica of the helmet worn by game protagonist Master Chief, costs $130.


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