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How do you beat a dead horse? You rip out its multiplayer component and then attempt to sell only its single-player campaign three years after it originally launched.

Microsoft has released Halo 3: ODST Campaign Edition via the Xbox Live Marketplace and is charging $14.99 for it–which is a pretty ridiculous price considering how cheap a physical copy of the game is.

The official description for the game confirms that it “includes only the Campaign and Firefight modes,” and it “does not include the Halo 3 competitive multiplayer functionality or maps” which were included in the original disc release.

Basically, if you missed out on playing this three years ago and can’t be bothered to pop down to your local game store, or log on to your retail website of choice, then this download is for you.

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Halo 3: ODST ‘Campaign Edition’ Removes Multiplayer

By Matthew Bennett | 04/10/2013 04:59 AM PT

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How do you beat a dead horse? You rip out its multiplayer component and then attempt to sell only its single-player campaign three years after it originally launched.

Microsoft has released Halo 3: ODST Campaign Edition via the Xbox Live Marketplace and is charging $14.99 for it–which is a pretty ridiculous price considering how cheap a physical copy of the game is.

The official description for the game confirms that it “includes only the Campaign and Firefight modes,” and it “does not include the Halo 3 competitive multiplayer functionality or maps” which were included in the original disc release.

Basically, if you missed out on playing this three years ago and can’t be bothered to pop down to your local game store, or log on to your retail website of choice, then this download is for you.

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89