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Megas Alexandros

Megas Alexandros

10/6/2012 11:15:17 AM
You guys are so -blam!- biased it's not even funny. You guys think COD is milked for being an yearly release for the past 5 or so years? Lets take a look at Halo: 2007: Halo 3 2008: Halo Wars 2009: Halo 3 ODST 2010: Halo Reach 2011: Halo CEA 2012: Halo 4 It's more or less the same yearly release as COD. And at least COD changes the setting from modern to Cold War then to future. The entire -blam!- Halo series takes place within the same year except Halo Wars. Halo 3 - finish the fight Halo 4, 5, 6 - wat And it would be fine if they just make a completely new setting with new enemies; but NO, what do they do? Bring back the exact same -blam!- enemies as before that you supposedly already defeated. Absolute lack of creativity. Even the Prometheans are really just new ground forms of Sentinel. And what new gameplay features do they add? Call of Duty style customization. Obviously they want the same target audience as COD, which is successful because it appeals to people of all ages. What else? Flood mode, which is really Infection but with new skins but otherwise no new gameplay features. Spartan Ops - Spec Ops? That pretty much sums up the new features in Halo 4. Graphically, Halo 4 is just the same as Halo Reach. They are too busy pumping out games to -blam!- update the graphics and physics engine. Oh, and they put a bunch of ugly ass monsters in Halo 4 like the Spartan flood and the -blam!- -blam!- sniper rifle and the obese Pelican. Absolutely atrocious. But if you can't see through all your fanboyism... oh well, go ahead and waste your money on this never ending story cycle. They will make a Halo 50 one day because of inbreds like you.
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