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2014-07-24T23:06:15Z

#Halo

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7/4/2008 1:17:58 AM
The new update had some nice things to say: free map, free stuff on 7/7, and cheaper maps.... But then there was a section of bad news that some of you might have noticed: and it struck more than a few questions across my mind. -how does bungie plan on banning all the people with modded maps, and modded pictures on their fileshares? -how will they implement this new update so every last person with a modded item knows of this update? -and does this update count towards the 100 downloadable files on your harddrive you are allowed? I believe that this update is unreasonable, and heres why it would be illogical: most people who have modded maps on their fileshares are not going to read the front page update. honestly, its a strange thing to ban people who have downloaded these maps. Its more sensible to ban the creators. second, this seems like a very extreme action to take, because modding has yet to hit halo 3's matchmaking. I know its all cautionary, but the thought of being banned from playing halo online over the fact your friend gave you a modded map with extra elephants seems excessive. What is everyones thoughts? [Edited on 07.04.2008 2:58 PM PDT]
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