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9/26/2012 9:12:42 PM
A poem about Bungie's history, more or less. [quote][/quote] It all started in Crete In labyrinths the monsters peeped Released in '92 sold by Bungie just for you could've become the origin of LEET. Kill your enemies, friends, and brother. (although some would include the mother) Multiplayer was hot your mother is not Point your gun at one another. From the ashes rose a game, PiD why do you think I kid? Released in Nine-Three Played using some keys developed art via Adobe. Oh, did I mention it ran natively? It made the crowd descend into insanity. Shrinkwrapped: 500 in total and sold at Mac's expo Bungie Studios was the key. Critically successed you may have already guessed they began work on a new game so blessed and went by the name "Marathon". Facing a competitor, DOOM Bungie fed the crowd via spoons and started the hype it gave fans light in the face of other games gloom. Multiplayer through LAN? Yes please Bungie still, continued to tease Macworld's Game of Fame Bungie unashamed had become Apple's new knees. 1+2= 3 games released But they also made Super Marthon; kapeesh? Made for the Pippin Apple began tripping as it appeared the Pippin was not like the rest. Ships full of S'Pht The player must sit down and fight the awful din Why you ask? Pf'hor the win. Durandal was no longer sane Confusion started to reign Players were forced to kill They may have been ready to thrill wasn't there something 'bout a sun? Moving on comes Myth it was not game number fifth Facing top down it took the crown of really good RTS. Not much to be said for it Bungie was stripped of it Their glory and fame gone but not to be blamed on the quality of the last game. Soon after that comes Halo it was not a game that would stay low released in '01 it would not be outdone the game ratings as bright as the sun. Bungie released many sequels as famous as the book of Ezekiel they developed a site put fans in new light and created relationships tight. So now we are here talking and some of us occasionally stalking the website, at that they changed it to black and we're still here gawking. Here we are now in the dark occasionally provided a spark talking amongst some thrown in the trunks is this place becoming our ark? Some of you may ask me "What do you think is the key to saving the site from darkness so bright" So I'll tell them "Destiny". [quote][/quote] -Mr. U [Edited on 09.26.2012 1:21 PM PDT]

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