What do you think of the idea of a Halo theme for the next week's challenge then?
I'm (probably) the most outspoken Halo fan here.
These days can't go by fast enough. Headed to midnight release on Monday. Been playing lots of Reach to just brush up on my Halo reflexes. This is one of the first Halo games I've actually been excited for multiplayer too.
Another theme no one is going to participate? cool.
I told you that I would never take a job at 343 Industries, because their task was impossible; it’s all the more startling, then, that they managed to accomplish it.
It’s the best Halo campaign of the series, I don’t think there’s really going to be much of a debate there. Because the human brain is a Goddamned, stupid anachronism and barely up the fucking task, if Halo 4 had simply been as good as the previous games it would have been a failure. It is, in actual fact, a game that will make you give a shit about Halo. I had more narrative buy-in after the first ten minutes than any other game in the series managed to generate by the end.
When Bungie checked one of these things in, their games were “Halo” virtually by definition. That wasn’t the case for this team. They had to earn it. And by God, they did.
Seeing as though I've never been a part of those challenges, and this is the wrong thread to discuss that. I'd say I don't know, it may be too narrow of a subject, cause not everyone's a Halo fan, etc. Just saiyan.
According to canadianonlinegamers.com it worths a 93.
I won't doubt overall ratings will stay in the low/mid 90s.
I wish they wouldn't of did that bs limited edition though. I got more with the limited edition of Reach than you get with the Halo4 LE. And they also have no plans of a Legendary edition? PFFfftfff. 100 bucks my ass. $40 on Amazon a year later, here I come!
Halo 4... I want...
The kombucha mushroom people, sitting around all day.