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Michuad

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  1. I haven't noticed any bad frame-drops worse than 360 yet. The game did stutter for 1-2 seconds on guardian for me but that's about it. Aiming however doesn't feel as responsive as it does on 360, at least for me. I don't know if people remember, but you would sometimes get fps drops on 360 when there were a ton of effects like smoke from grenades going on. My opinion might change the more I play, but I'd say this is pretty decent.
  2. Not sure if anyone cares but here's Huke's no scope synced with the crowd reaction. Audio is kind of loud. https://youtu.be/TqQOcV4uLtw
  3. Towey looking like Chewbacca in A New Hope without a medal.
  4. I know exactly what you're talking about. It almost feels like I'm playing on an old hdtv with a small amount of input lag. H5 is the only game that I get this feeling on when using the same setup. I can't figure out whether it's the aim acceleration, dead zone, or something else.
  5. Things I've noticed since playing H5: 1) YYing with the sniper is now a bad habit because it takes much longer to zoom in after switching weapons. 2) Meleeing while in the air is extremely delayed (like more than half a second, test it yourself). If I had to guess, it's because ground pound is mapped to the same button. 3) My reticle feels oddly sluggish. I felt this way when I first played H2A but this feels much worse.
  6. Wow, that's a really good quote and relates to what's happening in the Halo community.
  7. The reason we can't agree on anything is because we've had so many different versions of Halo. When we think, "What is Halo?" We each picture a different game in our minds. It's only going to get worse with the more titles they release and tweaks they make to the series. The Halo 3 BR wasn't perfect, but shouldn't a game about shooting have a considerable skill gap in that regard? I'm not trying to take away from H2 because I understand the other aspects that make BR in that game great as well, but just plain shooting feels too easy. I'm the type of person who would choose projectile > hitscan anyday though.
  8. I liked the whale on Longshore so I asked somebody to make an avatar of it for me.
  9. Because on this forum if somebody were to say they liked the H3 BR more than the H2 BR they would be downvoted to hell. People have tried to explain why they think H3 is better in their opinion than H2/H1, but it doesn't matter because people only hear what they want to hear.
  10. For some reason it pisses me off that he actually kind of knows what he's talking about.
  11. I know it's cool to hate Halo 3 on here, but less spread and for it not to suck online would have made a world of difference. The game was just really inconsistent online. Also, obviously it needed better default maps/settings, but people tend to forget that H2's starting weapon was an SMG. I miss watching people take over games when their BR or snipe was on fire because it was actually harder to shoot.
  12. The reason a lot of people will leave to play COD when it comes out is because Halo is becoming a watered down version of it. Why play a knockoff when you can play the real thing?
  13. What else is there to do other than complain and try to make change happen? Shit is fucked up.
  14. I don't have much to add other than saying thank you for helping to make it possible for streamers to do what they were doing. There was a long period over the last year or two where there wasn't anything to look forward to in Halo's future, but it was still awesome to watch Halo 3 because of your help. I'll also go out and thank Jwalk while I'm at it for the effort he put into running tournies. You guys really saved the competitive scene for me for a while.
  15. It makes it hard to take the game seriously at all. Do the millions of medals and the announcer talking every 2 seconds hurt the game? Technically no, but it sounds more like he's voicing a parody of a Halo game than the actual game itself.
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