I don’t want to have this thread go unnoticed. I want 343 to see this.
The thought of halo 4 coming made me warm inside the first time I heard and to find out that it was being made by the makers of halo through halo 3 made me believe that now the franchise can come back. I’ve always believed in the saying “why fix it if it isn’t broken?” so why did Bungie decide to “fix” halo to become something it wasn’t in the first place. The reason why I liked halo so much was because it was different from the rest. I felt that there was no comparison to anyone.
You get matched up with a team and now you fend for yourself on the battlefield.
No having set guns that you come in with and everything was based on skill, not how much more better of a set up you have.
I HATE REACH WITH A PASSION.
PLEASE DON’T RUIN HALO 4.
CoD is known for pumping out game after game using the same basic gameplay, halo used a points system first. Halo changes with every new game, CoD changes only what every third or fourth game. CoD is known for only making changes AFTER another game breaks new ground. So in conclusion, this argument is both tired and flawed
Can people please watch the video lol?
I understand that even though I haven’t tried the game and have yet to know what’s going to happen but, I guess its just the thought that it was almost the same as the predecessors.
I have faith that it won’t, the halo game building formulae is to take the last game and build upon it, that’s how they’ve always done it, it’s just been so long since we’ve had a proper halo that a lot of people seem to have forgotten
How can you call it CoD without even playing it? The information sounds like CoD. Is it a bad thing? I did not play it but it is really bad that Halo takes some elements from CoD? No it is not. Why? Even if you do not believe it, Call Of Duty did a lot of good things. It is okay to take inspiration from it. The details are very vague in the GameInformer. So how can you assume it is like CoD? Just wait until you play it or see comments from “Halo”-Fans".
You should’ve been prepared to hear things which you do not like at first. Without playing it, you can’t judge if it is good or bad.
> Not broken does not equate to perfection. My computer is not broken, does that mean I shouldn’t upgrade to a better one if i have the chance?
This thought process is exactly what ruined Halo in the first place.
Why the -Yoink- would you change something for the sake of change? To use your analogy:
Your computer is working perfectly. It runs all programs with ease and you can play any game you want with no issues. You hear about a new GPU/CPU combination that is branded as the “next generation” of your current set-up, the thing is, the new combination is untested and could very easily explode once you “upgrade.” The benefits of this upgrade are completely unknown and it could very well ruin your system. And remember, your system is working near perfectly.
WHY THE -Yoink- WOULD YOU UPGRADE?
Essentially, Bungie had your mindset, they decided to “upgrade” Halo, and it exploded in their face. TOTALLY WORTH IT!