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  1. So I can only wonder if this was bait to start an argument.... Oh and Halo 3 sucked to me. So I wouldn't ever want to see them copy it as future "games".... But hey DD liked it so there is that.
  2. Currently I am camped out infront of gamestop waiting for Fallout 4.... Well maybe.... One day....
  3. I don't really have one, but I do check in every few months just to say hi and stuff. Well at least I some times do. Most of the friends I made on here I cant game with anymore so its kind of a giant whatever for me.
  4. A remastering would amount to nothing more than a graphical update. Waste of time and money if you ask me. Also Bioware wouldn't be in charge of porting the ME trilogy over to the XB1. They just have to allow its license to be used by Microsoft and then it will be run on the 360 emulation. The XB1 resources would be used to basically supercharge its performance as well so everything is alright in my book. Heck at E3 they showed ME1 being played on the XB1, what more proof do you need?
  5. The Flood (because unfortunately I know they will be brought back if only for fan service) realize after their constant failings that they need to come up with a new plan. This plan involves turning in to Lemmings. The Lemming onslaught will begin and humanity and the Covenant will be over run with the hordes of special education rodents. All weapons are ineffective at quelling the hordes save one.... the MC and his blender of doom. Lemmings are compelled to see an operating blender as a portal to another dimension (or some such nonsense) and are more then willing to jump in head first (for freedom!). Thus the MC is forced to go from planet to planet with his mighty blender, cleansing them of all Lemming existence. Unfortunately this angers the Owl Gods, who used Lemmings as a food source (mmm tasty) and they trapped the MC on an abandoned world. Sending in the Owlnator to finish him off the MC stands little chance till fossil face (Arbiter) and lucky to be here (Locke) show up with buckets of mice. The distraction allows the MC to moon the Owlnator, which as we all know blinds all owl kind, and deliver a payload of KFC mixed with those stupid plastic rings that choke animals to death. Normally machines such as the Owlnator don't need to eat anything (much less a pathetic bird such as the chicken) but it is KFC after all and nobody can help themselves around KFC. The trick works and the Owlnator is strangled to death by the plastic rings of doom brought forth from the distant past (nobody knows how strangling a machine works but just roll with it). Then as the Owlnator falls Cortana magically bursts from its stricken face and says: "Sup?" How she appears, only Jebus knows. So the universe is saved by the MC yet again, only this time against the Lemming hordes and angry Owl Gods. Reunited with Cortana allows the MC to access his disco moves and they party all night long.
  6. I wasn't impressed personally. The levels weren't bad (though the Flood still sucked in my opinion) story wise. It just didn't make me care all that much. It became a jarring transition between the MC and the Arbiter while playing through that kind of disrupted the flow of the game to me. That all being said it was the games saving grace in my eyes. The Covenant perspective was unique to see, even if I wasn't all that impressed with it. Put it a step above Halo 3 (not hard to do in my eyes). All in all, it could have been worse. Could have been much better too.
  7. In Halo CE they were a fantastic twist which was completely unexpected at the time. They were great. Then Halo 2 came along and I couldn't stand them. Not because they were difficult (they weren't) but they bored me. They didn't add anything to the game for me and in my eyes didn't belong in the rest of the series. Could have done just as well if not better with out them. Halo 3 was the same. But then again I am at odds with most everybody when it comes to the Flood.
  8. Really? I do a search to see the most recent uses of my forum name on forums I have had membership on and this popped up? I am surprised that anybody but Fishy remembers that I did that. It was enough to bring me out of hiding (I really haven't been here this whole time) just to make a comment about this. Oh and yes I would put a Halo Wars 2 disk in the microwave and watch it create a light show. Far better use of the money spend on such a thing. VF out.
  9. In the next 5 years, possibly... Though you must factor in them creating Halo 6 and any other side projects they may or may not have going on. ODST and Reach were fun games and a "remastering" is a possibility. Giving them a face lift is about all I see happening however. From their current settings I don't see many mechanical changes being made, which is why I use the term "remastering". Would I want to see something like this happen? Not really. Reach is an alright game but I don't get really excited over it. ODST would be one I would look forward to though.
  10. I didn't really care much about any of the "abilities". They were there and that's where my interest stopped. If people used them then oh well.
  11. It really does depend on the mod. If you are modding the single player campaign then I would say why bother? You defeat the purpose of playing it by modding it at that point. In multiplayer it is a curse and a gift. In customs it can be ok but only if its tasteful. The majority of the time though I see people modding in order to breeze through multiplayer with little effort and still come out on top. That to me is not ok.
  12. I have an issue in your comparison between Suros and Red Death. Red Death provides healing after a kill. Suros on the other hand has a chance to heal with each round on the bottom half of the magazine. That provides tons of chances to heal, with out even needing to kill anything. That is the difference between their two abilities. Thought I would make that clear for you.
  13. I would love to take a crap in this persons lawn for saying that multiplayer only was the right step. Worst possible thing to do in my eyes. If any game deserved a single player campaign it was Titanfall. There was so much they could have done. Such a waste of potential is not excusable for me. To do such a thing again definitely takes this off my buying list.
  14. Destiny isn't an MMO Caboose. It uses the same formula but it can not be considered an MMO due to the populations on each playable area at any given time. The max is what, 20 I think... Not nearly enough to qualify it as an MMO. I know it is a technicality but there you have it. As for what I prefer, Titanfall would have been my first choice except it is purely multiplayer which ticks me off to no end. If any game deserved a single player campaign it is that one. I hear its sequel wont have one either, which crosses it off my list of games to get. You should really choose which Halo game you are talking about, or at least the collection of games (referring to MCC). Get back to you on that one. Destiny, for all its flaws in its storyline still has my love. I enjoy just running around and killing things. Tons of time was spent just looking out at the horizon on the maps. It is by no means a perfect game, far from it in fact but I enjoy it more than the other two.
  15. No amount of updates will fix that trainwreck of a game.
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