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  1. Honest question lads What is the general consensus about the upcoming game, is the community pumped or is it similar to the cod community where there is an expectancy that the next 2 cod games will be poor competitively
  2. So I haven’t followed halo really at all since the second halo world championship in h5. can someone give me a quick synopsis of the current teams and the general opinion on halo infinite? what pros are even still playing as I didn’t think there was much occurring the past few years which is why shotzy, frosty and Neptune went to cod. edit I know frosty came back after being scumbagged out of a spot this year.
  3. I would agree with you, but shotzy is hampered by his age, he will not be able to start competing right away as a result which may hurt his chances at getting onto a more recognizable and accomplished cod team.
  4. Well halo 5 is finally dead. I am kind of amazed to see so many people still posting, i mean i gave up after the second world championship, and that was more than a year and a half ago. Halo 5 is dead and thats understandable, the game has had an abysmal audience since it's second year. Why would any company invest more into it at this point. The largest most influential e-sport personality of the year has left the scene and openly bashes the game and the developer. The player count is awful, the sponsorships have to have dried up, Larger org's abandoning the scene left and right and the hype surrounding the scene has been dead for a loooooooong time. But now, we have more pro's trying their hand at cod, of which the most likely to succeed is frosty as he has teamed with top amateurs, and people who have enjoyed success previously. Combine that with the fact that the talent pool in cod has condensed with the 5v5 format, and he has a real shot of making the pro league, as now there are maybe 10 super teams, and the rest is average at best, so we could easily see frosty make the league. if he and the splyce members see any kind of success, that is another blow to halo as why would they leave, contracts are insane in cod with some players earning more than 100k a year (salary alone). I think too much damage has been done, halo is no longer marketable, i do not know how anyone can remain optimistic at this point, honestly the halo scene is in the worst spot it has ever been in, it has less value now than it did during the agl days, as we have nothing going for us. Gears of War is more marketable at this point than halo, honestly this break may be the best thing for halo, save your resources and try and come back stronger, personally i have zero faith that 343 will be able to turn this around.
  5. I don't think you can have good settings with spartan abilities enabled. You can only get as far as not horrible. Regardless of whether or not the settings are decent this time around or not it is bad idea to let the developer have complete control over the settings, as they by their very nature will have invested interests in ensuring some weapons, modes or maps make it through the selection process, competitive viability be dammed as they have an invested interest in those as they created them. It should be left to an independent non biased third party TO, to make the most competitive viable settings.
  6. So i heard the news. Don't get me wrong, this is terrific news. MLG coming back to the scene is fantastic. However, the impact they can make to this game, at this point in it's life is minimal. This is made worse by the fact 343 still controls the settings, I mean come on guys let the experts handle this, they look after all the settings for COD, let them do the same here. So we have a great TO but an average game, and shit settings. Don't get me wrong this is a giant leap in the right direction, but I just can't get that excited as MLG hasn't been give full licensee over the settings and as we have seen with 343, they cannot be trusted with such things. In essence what really is changing ? We are one third of the way to being in dream land. Great game - no Great settings - no Great TO - yes All we have now is a better platform, nothing else changes
  7. Am I the only one who appreciates how random this thread gets, Like at least we have a laugh, If this was strictly halo, i'd be near suicidal (or worse whatever mental state @@shitlin is in)at this point.
  8. Fully aware of that, but he is only eligible on something like the 20th July. (a week before the cut off) Himself Tj Haly, and Huke will all be eligible next year.
  9. We have lost Huke: https://clips.twitch.tv/AltruisticTenuousEggnogCoolCat Not surprised, what fucking reason does he have to stay. Just for context: That is temp, a very close friend of Huke's. Those two have been ineligible to play comp cod, for the past 2 years, but they are both eligible next year.
  10. Never played the original, haven't the faintest clue what it is about, was the original big?
  11. I forgot about this one, this will be huge (if done and managed well) I really like the concept also, think it will be a big success, is their competitive scene in that or is that h1z1?
  12. Beyond existed throughout halo 4, We always find a way But since we can all acknowledge that their is f all to discuss HCS wise, lets talk about some off topic shit, I will get the ball rolling: What do we think will be biggest hits next year: (cause we all know halo won't be doing anything) WW2 Destiny 2 or the wildcard anthem My money is on ww2 to dominate the market next year. But what do you guys think?
  13. FFS @@Shekkles, some of us were enjoying that spat. What ever happened to the first amendment.
  14. You never answered @@LethuL's question last night: What were your best placings during halo 3 at mlg lan events?
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