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  1. Hello everyone, I'm officially back. You may have seen me in the shoutbox or on here day-to-day. But that's more of just a drop in. I have been writing my Warlord series for those who like to read them, I'm still going to do that. Except, now that I'm back. I can partake in this community and their events. For those of you that didn't know. If I change my name to something other than Fishy. It usually means I'm in "Inactive" state. However, if my name is "Fishy" I'm in my "Active" state. The activity refers to forum involvement. I have plans already for you guys. Who's up for a Titanfall Playdate on Xbox One? I noticed discussions about everyone playing the game, but the question is. Do you want a Playdate? Or what's the new "Official" name they use today... Event? Anyways, I will contact staff about hosting a Titanfall Event on Friday 13th, this month of February. I will hopefully be able to attend more Friday Night Game Nights. Or do those no longer exist? If so, hopefully we can get those going again. If not, maybe more Community Events? I know how this Community has been lately with Events. Maybe we can get up and get gatherings going again. It's the best way to make friends on here. Also the year's coming around for discussion of last year. I have started a few major events on this forum. First one, New Year's Event. Second, Old vs New Event. Guess which one's next? That's right! I will be hosting the Old vs New member Event again this year on Halo The Master Chief Collection. Time and Date will be setup with Event Management. New Team won last year, how about Old Team delivers a comeback? Thanks everyone who read this! Glad to be officially back and not just writing chapters. Credits: Game Night Photo, Made by Absolute Dog. Titanfall Photo, From IGN.com
  2. So we have 4 Xbox One's in a house together and we've been trying to figure out how to system link our Xbox's to play Halo MCC. Does anyone know how to get this to work or where to go to find the answer? We can connect to Xbox Live, and we have Xbox Gold. We have a router to connect them all. We're all here and ready, so quickness with an answer would be greatly appreciated. If you need more info that I haven't provided, let me know! Thanks!
  3. In an act to relive some of the glories days from back when Halo 2 controlled our lives, I'm here to spread word of the largest Halo 2 Throwback Tournament coming June 8th, 2013. Ready for the Largest Halo 2 LAN since MLG?! On June 8th, 2013 Howie’s Game Shack® in Mission Viejo, CA is hosting a Halo 2 Throwback Tournament – both 4v4 and FFA. Sponsored by Bungie and our partners MadCatz and Monster Energy, this upcoming tournament will feature over 90+ Xbox 360 stations loaded with Halo 2 for an All-Day-Event of action and fun! Details outlining the Event are as follows: What: Halo 2 Throwback Tournament – Biggest LAN since MLG. When: Saturday – June 8th, 2013 Where: Howie’s Game Shack, 27741 Crown Valley Pwky, Mission Viejo, CA 92691 LIVE Streaming will be available the day of the event here: Live Stream – http://www.twitch.tv/howiesgameshack Prize Pool can be viewed here: http://howies.com/pdf/HALO_2_PRIZE_POOL.pdf Rules can be viewed here: http://howies.com/pdf/HALO_2_RULES.pdf Pre-registration is available online by purchasing any of the following: FFA Pass, 4v4 Event Pass, or Combo Event Pass. This includes the ability to participate in our tournament and game with your friends for the entire day until our store closes at 2am Sunday morning. (4v4 Event Pass & Combo Event Pass only; the FFA Pass only permits play for the Free-for-all) By Pre-registering online, you are reserving your seat at the event. Due to limited stations at our venue, we can only satisfy as many registrants that there are Xbox’s available. Controllers and Headsets are provided at each station; however, it is RECOMMENDED you bring your own controller. Sign-ups for participants who have not pre-registered will start at 10am Saturday – June 8th, 2013 at our Mission Viejo, CA location, and ends at 1:30pm. FFA Tournament Starts at 2pm. The 4v4 Tournament is scheduled to start at 4pm, but will commerce at the conclusion of the FFA Tournament should that Tournament run longer. If you’re between the ages of 13-17 you’ll need written consent from a parent or guardian to participate in the Halo 2 Throwback Tournament. If you are under 13 years of age, you are not eligible to participate. Its REQUIRED that each participant fill-out and turn-in our Release Form the day of the event. This form can be found here: Release Form: http://howies.com/pdf/Tournament%20Release%20Form.pdf @HowiesGameShack
  4. Pixel Battles in Tigard, Oregon is holding a lan event on January 19th, and January 20th. There will be three different events with : FFA, 2 vs. 2, and 4 vs. 4. The FFA and 2 vs. 2 events will be held on Saturday, January 19th and the 4 vs. 4 event will be held on Sunday, January 20th. Compete in one or compete in them all!Are you new to the competitive gaming and/or tournament scene? Do you think your current Halo 4 skills are not up to par with "most" Halo 4 gamers? Or are you more interested in playing simply for fun? Don't worry, we got you covered! Halopalooza will feature "beginner" FFA and 2 vs. 2 events on Saturday and a "beginner" 4 vs. 4 event on Sunday. All of these events will have a registration fee of just $5 per person and allow you to play on a more beginner-friendly level for various prizes provided by Pixel Battles. But, if you're looking to compete for that cash money, you will have to participate in the "advanced" events! Where: Pixel Battles 11642 SW Pacific Hwy. Tigard, OR When: Saturday, January 19th - Sunday, January 20th Saturday, January 19th FFA Tournament (Advanced) - Will begin around 11:00 AM - Registration fee: $10 - Registration closes at 10:45 AM - Tournament size cap: 128 individuals - Tournament type: single-elimination - For the first round, players will be split up into groups of five to eight depending on the total amount of players registered. The top four players of that round, and each successive round, will advance to the next round until there are only eight players remaining (at which point the eight remaining players would play in the finals for the cash prizes) FFA Tournament (Beginner) - Will begin around 11:00 AM - Registration fee: $5 - Registration closes at 10:45 AM - Tournament size cap: 32 individuals - Tournament type: single-elimination - For the first round, players will be split up into groups of five to eight depending on the total amount of players registered. The top four players of that round, and each successive round, will advance to the next round until there are only eight players remaining (at which point the eight remaining players would play in the finals for the cash prizes) 2 Vs. 2 Tournament (Advanced) - Will begin shortly after the Advanced FFA tournament - Registration fee: $40 per team ($20 per person) - Registration closes at the beginning of the final round of the Advanced FFA tournament - Tournament size cap: 64 teams - Tournament type: double-elimination - Games per series: best of three 2 Vs. 2 Tournament (Beginner) - Will begin shortly after the Beginner FFA tournament - Registration fee: $10 per team ($5 per person) - Registration closes at the beginning of the final round of the Beginner FFA tournament - Tournament size cap: 16 teams - Tournament type: double-elimination - Games per series: best of three Sunday, January 20th 4 Vs. 4 Tournament (Advanced) - Will begin around 11:00 AM - Registration fee: $100 per team ($25 per person) - Registration closes at 10:45 AM - Tournament size cap: 32 teams - Tournament type: double-elimination - Games per series: best of three 4 Vs. 4 Tournament (Beginner) - Will begin around 11:00 AM - Registration fee: $20 per team ($5 per person) - Registration closes at 10:45 AM - Tournament size cap: 16 teams - Tournament type: double-elimination - Games per series: best of three There will be cash prizes for all of the ADVANCED events. The number of individuals/teams cashed out for each of these events and the dollar amount of those cash prizes will be based on the number of individuals/teams registered for that event. The BEGINNER events will feature prizes such as energy drinks, energy shots, and Pixel Battles merchandise, game cards, and/or certificates. All of the ADVANCED games will be played on sixteen 22 inch ASUS monitors (the official MLG monitor used during the 2011 season). Most of the BEGINNER games (if not all depending on the amount of registered individuals/teams) will be played on eight 48 inch plasma screens. Although you are welcome to bring your own controller and/or headset, you are not required to bring any personal equipment! Wireless controllers will be provided in exchange for photo identification. Register at Pixel Battles anytime between now and the times indicated above. Although registering before the day of the tournament is not required, it greatly aids us in the preparations and allows us to begin and run the tournament with less delay. Please follow the facebook event posts for more information regarding the game types, game settings, and maps that will be used for the events. Do you know someone who may be interested? Send an invite or pass on the word! I would truly appreciate it! A good turnout means better competition and better cash prizes. Have questions? Feel free to post them here, on Pixel Battle's facebook page, or message me personally! www.pixelbattles.com www.facebook.com/pixelbattlesgaming The gametypes are MLG v1 settings for everything, although those that choose to play in beginners will only be playing slayer. "Beginner" is at your judgment, but remember the big cash prizes and good competition are in advanced, so there is really no incentive to lie. Can't wait to see you guys there. ( 2v2 is slayer only as well of course MLG Gamebattles Rules although Adrift/Solace are in rotation as game 3 maps if the tournament fills up, since we will need to do some losers rounds split screen if we have a full house. Thankyou Director looks much nicer, doing things this early in the morning can be sloppy.
  5. The Carolina Games Summit will be held Saturday February 2nd 2013 10AM – 8PM at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro, NC. This year’s hybrid festival will again deliver industry speakers, video game tournaments, product promotions, exhibition booths, and educational sessions. Experience the latest games before they are released and compete against gamers from all over the country. Enjoy all your favorite platforms including arcade, computer, and console games with both tournament and free play options available. Between competitions speak with numerous game developers who will be exhibiting or speaking in live sessions throughout the day. Visit http://www.CarolinaGamesSummit.com for more information. Tickets are now available for purchase at: http://www.carolinag...ge=Ticket_Info Available tournaments can be viewed by following this link: http://www.carolinag...ournaments.php Be mindful of what you bring. If you bring your own controller of any kind you are fully responsible for it. We here at CGS are not responsible for any lost or stolen items so please do not trust people with your equipment. Hardware macros, turbo, or other hardware assisted mechanisms are strictly forbidden. For more information, contact us at [email protected]
  6. Just looking for a few people to play some Halo 4 in a casual LAN environment. Location: Round Rock. Near HEB and Dell on Louis Henna. Email/PM me for specific directions. Time: Saturday 11/10/12 from 7pm until whenever people want to stop. Sometime the next morning. Details: This LAN will be pretty laid back. If you're looking for a *hardcore* Halo environment, this event is probably not for you. If you haven't played Halo in a while (like us) or are just looking to have some lag-free fun, please contact me. I'm looking to get about 8-12 players total and do an Upstiars vs. Downstars kind of thing (I have a 2 story house.) Bring: Please bring your own Xbox 360, Monitor and Halo 4 game disc. I'll provide the space. The goal is to have everyone have their own station to play. But if you want to split-screen with a friend of yours, that's fine too. Also bring a few bucks for the inevitable pizza ordering / food run. We're all in our 20's and 30's so it is BYOB. Smoking is allowed on our back porch.
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