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About the MLG team Snipers thing... you want to know callouts which come with time. People there are very, VERY, competitive and will freak out if you don't have a ton of kills to help them win.

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Wow, quite informative.

 

I sure do love me some campaign! Played it probably more than multiplayer :P

 

People that are new to the game could use this and pace themselves to the steps you wrote.

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Wow, quite informative.

 

I sure do love me some campaign! Played it probably more than multiplayer :P

 

People that are new to the game could use this and pace themselves to the steps you wrote.

It's great isn't it? It's the one thing that feels closest to CE. Expect for the CEA now.

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Good advice man! Another way to practice, which I usually use to warm up, is to do some firefights, I personally like score attack or skirmigeddon for that. Skirmishers are good practice for hitting a fast moving target.

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I do better when I don't play with friends. Mostly because they steal my kills :D

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This is definatly a helpful topic! Im more of a campagin/firefight/custom battle kind of guy myself but this could really be helpful if I were to go into matchmaking. Thanks for the tips/advice.

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I dunno why people dont play the campaign, its kinda the main thing to halo, because of its massive story

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Very nice. This has certainly helped me, and now I know how to be a better player.

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In entry 2 maybe talk about common tactics in Reach for example the double melee and how to combat these effectively , maybe even talk about which armour abilities would suit a newer player

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I remember back in the early days, I avoided Arena because it was hard, but now its easy as crap....I suggest people train on that playlist, because they are lots of low ranked people on it to easily beat, and not get slaughtered.

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In entry 2 maybe talk about common tactics in Reach for example the double melee and how to combat these effectively , maybe even talk about which armour abilities would suit a newer player

 

Ive already made entry 2.

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Very informative biggles :) I just suggest one other playlist for newcomers: infection. It is an easy game type, as zombies are shieldless, and you've got a shotgun. It really fun to play, and it's a playlist you don't even need to worry about winning or losing. Infection is solely for fun.

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I love this game.I do.But really I think if you don't have an excellent I-net connection then you might as

well stay home because no matter how good you "think" you are,you are going to lose,lose,lose.The multiplayer platform(p2p,not fit for purpose) will see to that..I suppose I'll get banned for saying this but really,they need to fix it.

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I love this game.I do.But really I think if you don't have an excellent I-net connection then you might as

well stay home because no matter how good you "think" you are,you are going to lose,lose,lose.The multiplayer platform(p2p,not fit for purpose) will see to that..I suppose I'll get banned for saying this but really,they need to fix it.

 

how can they fix it? that's people's connection, its not their fault.

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I would actually recommend people starting out in rumble pit as their first matchmaking experience rather than team slayer. Being able to make your 1v1 (or against multiple people) skills solid without needing to rely on team help is a must.

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These tips can really help newbie's to the series :D

But yes, i always play campaign first.

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