> I want to play the Halo 2 campaign with modern graphics. I don’t want to spend a fortune to buy a computer
Yeah… That I do understand, it’s not worth the money unless your current computer is dying, and you want to get into PC gaming, or really don’t want to buy a computer full of ad ware from walmart.
> so I can play a game which is meant to be played on the Xbox
Yeah, keep thinking that dude, there are people who strongly disagree with you, and I really don’t want to have to explain why I think you’re wrong.
> Not all Halo 2 fans are obsessed with the multiplayer.
That is a very good thing, all tho it’d be nice if the fans who are not obsessed with multiplayer out numbered those who are obsessed with multiplayer.
> Now if you don’t want to play Halo 2: Anniversary, there’s always the option of going away and minding your own business.
There’s a fine line between “Not wanting to play Halo 2: Anniversary” and “Not wanting a Halo 2: Anniversary right now”
I for one, am on the later side of thing, tho I think it’d be awesome to see a anniversary version of Halo 2, with kick -Yoink- graphics of the modern age, but I don’t want 343i to spend all of their time, man power, and money on it when they have Halo 4 less than 7 months away. Yes it would be a great thing to see happen, but I much rather see them do it when they aren’t busy, so they can do a good job, and not half -Yoinked!- liked H2V was.
And with all of that said, I will say this, I won’t shed one tear, if there is no Halo 2 Anniversary edition.