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Shekkles

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  1. I do have the choice between sprint and Halo 3 BR. Every time I play MCC. I always turn Halo 4 off selection. Also, this is a dreadful topic lol. The lesser of two evils.
  2. Halo killed by the Guardians. Saved by Ninja's. WARNING: TWO NINJA POSTS REMAINING.
  3. Blood worked super well in Halo 1 and 2. I understand why it was toned down for Halo 3 (the art style was fruity) but I want Halo to go back to being MA15+ rather than Megabloks ready PG/M.
  4. Everyone on earth believes the Mixer move is a prequel to Halo: Infinite promo. Still nice to see it coming true. WARNING: THREE NINJA POSTS REMAINING.
  5. WW2 dropped the game in many ways. For me (never played it because it looked shit) the biggest deterrents were: - Awful sound design as usual (MW looks like the first CoD EVER with good gun sounds). - Garbage art direction. - Weapon handling of a PS2 game rather than a AAA title. MW fixes all of these so I'll keep my eyes peeled. I'm extremely excited to see if it shatters the glass on cross platform. Fuck yes please we need it. I never buy on launch ever with the sole exception of Total War: Warhammer II because I was hype af and have no regrets.
  6. Nah man. Microtransactions, trendchasing and immersion. Edit: Seems you were right. This is interesting stuff. https://www.vg247.com/2019/06/27/call-of-duty-black-ops-4-crunch-qa-mistreatment-monetisation-frustrations-report/
  7. Modern Warfare is taking CoD waaay back to basics in terms of core gameplay loop, tone and theme. Halo and Battlefield fucked up with their respective fifth game. Return to basics. You get the tourist gamers who buy the brand, but you also get the ex-fans who buy the memory and want the new. Win/win.
  8. Halo 4. Boltshot and Camo only. Octagon.
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