A few of the Halo Legends tales were really well executed and written to me. Origins (both parts) despite being a compressed history lesson - it merely shows what’s happening to Cortana since John went into stasis again.
Homecoming is a cross-time parallel for me as we see it alternate between past Daisy and present Daisy. The only two things really got to me about that one. They explain why nobody notices the disappearance of the kids taken for the Spartan-II Program and that they replace them with clones. Halsey’s rationale for the cloning fits… why would anyone notice if the kids didn’t technically vanish. The clones however would live or die… depending on the quality of life… they might have had if not for the Spartan programs.
I mean some of the clones could have outlived the real kids. Daisy and others were exceptions.
The surprise twist of the Babysitter is seeing that the Spartan who saves the ODST more than once is a woman yet it works so well the only thing to make you sad/impressed is that she died saving lives. Not every Spartan gets that opportunity or chance.
Prototype because of Ghost also ranks among my favorites from Legends… there’s such a cut to the quick feeling between Ghost and the last survivor of his previous team. Their conversation is one I find worth re-watching Legends for.
Odd One Out is hilarious because everyone seems so out of character except for Chief and Cortana. The battle movements were obviously an homage to Dragonball Z.
The Package also maintains that you never see John’s face from the games part. Fast combat encounters mixing with slow motion change-ups like dropping empty human weapons in order to switch to Covenant weaponry or weapons carried on different parts of the armor.
If they can replicate or bring in stories like the ones from Legends then yes it would be good to see a sequel.
Deliver Hope looks about as live action as you can get and maybe Legends can show us more of the mission where the previous Noble Six dies or how the Nobles come together.