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  1. I honestly liked Halo CE's controls, but I got used to Halo 4 because the new sprint worked well where it is.
  2. As I mentioned in another thread, I am a Halo veteran who's been around since the first one, I just skipped Reach, been on Halo 4 for about a month. I have noticed there are fewer options in the playlist choices now for matchmaking. If I recall there were more options during Halo 2 and 3, I could be wrong since It's been a few years. But the biggest thing I noticed was that there is no Juggernaut at all. I'm not even sure that it is in the custom game options either. During the older Halos, Juggernaut was my all time favorite gametype. Someone mentioned regicide being similar, but it's really nothing like it. Why was Juggernaut done away with? And why is it not easier to find a King of the Hill match?
  3. Which baloney? About how long I've been a Halo fan? Or about getting banned?
  4. Ok let me start first of all by saying I am a Halo Veteran, I've been here since the first Halo, where we all had our Xboxs hooked playing system link multiplayer at LAN parties. I missed Reach (my 360 got a ring of death and I waited awhile to replace it). I finally gave in and bought another to get in on Halo 4. I've been playing it for about a month. I have paid for an Xbox live membership as well as all the DLC maps. I am just randomly playing today and bam, I get this message that says "one or more members of your party are banned from matchmaking" so I'm thinking it's some glitch. I back out and get back in and it tells me I have to wait an hour for quitting too many matchmaking matches. First of all, in the several hours I had played today, I think I only quit 2 matches. One of them was because I had gotten an important phone call, another was because I got thrown in mid-game in a terrible match where my team was losing and didnt want to waste the time. I'm glad to see there is a penalty for dropping games. I wouldn't mind if they did like Halo 3 and just had you lose some experience for quitting, but making me wait an hour not to play? I don't have alot of time to put into this game, I am a busy adult, so when I do have the time to set aside for Halo, I like to make it worth it, and this kind of screws me over on that. Secondly, I have forked so much money into the Halo franchise by buying Halo 1, Halo 2 and the map pack that came out later, Halo 3 and all it's DLC, the Halo 1 Anniversary and Halo 4 and it's DLC, not to mention all the money I dumped into Xbox live memberships (I played alot heavier during Halo 2 and 3). It's kind of lousy to crap all over someone who's been so loyal to the franchise.
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