Bungie's blockbuster FPS Halo: Reach is the latest title to be added to Xbox Live's Games on Demand service, Microsoft has announced.

It's available for download from today but you'll need to scrape together 49.99 for the privilege.

As a quick comparison, Amazon are currently asking 25.48, Play want 24.99 and GAME want 34.99. All throw in a free plastic case and bits of staple-bound paper to boot.

The Xbox 360 exclusive shooter launched more than six months ago back in September 2010, winning a 9/10 from Eurogamer.

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