5/14/2004 12:12:36 AM PermalinkHopefully a shedload of new victims - sorry, members - will come to this very site to share in the innanity of bungie.net.
5/13/2004 11:01:02 PM PermalinkI have had XBL for over a year. If somebody is Team killing or just being an ass, just kick him out of the game. There are many chapters devoted soley to Halo2/XBL. There may be chapter vs chapter XBL events and many more fun things to come. I've already played many members of the 7th Column via XBL on games like Mech Assault, RS3, Splinter Cell 2 and its been a lot of fun. XBL/Halo 2 will be beneficial for the 7th column. I guarentee it. Pluses and minuses would be more events. Whether organized between 2 chapters or "maybe" the 7th column council, there will be many Halo 2 events. There will also be more than 2 teams at once. Tournaments, maybe 3 or more chapters all in one game, itll be orgasmic. :D
Your mission in the Destiny Beta is complete. Your next adventure begins on September 9th, with the official launch of Destiny.
I just got to thinking about this. How do y’all think Xbox Live will affect the community, or even the SC? Do you think that Live will be beneficial overall, bringing the community closer together, perhaps even with entire chapters springing up devoted solely to playing Live? Or do you think that the Live servers will dissolve into a madhouse, with “Team Killing -blam!-tards” running rampant (as I’ve herd happens allot in Halo PC/Mac.) Personally, if and when I get an Xbox (and halo 2) I don’t really what to be screamed and cussed at by some l33t h4lo Sniip3r all day. If I was to play live, I’d want it to be with only a select group of people mature enough not be constantly ruining other people’s game experience. So, what do you think are the Pros and Cons of a community playing Live vs. a community separated, yet collectively playing together sitting on the coutch, or set up in the basement? And how do you think Live will change things around here? Share your thoughts.