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krisman1

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9/27/2010 3:45:06 AM
"2010: Bungie announces partnership with Activison. Rumors float around that this could mean multi-platfrom games produced by Bungie. We hold our breaths. 2011: After the release of Reach, new Halo fans flock to the Bungie forums. Some get through to the Flood. More Halo fanboys arise. War breaks loose. 2012: Bungie announces their new IP. This new IP will launch on all platforms. This brings new fanbases from all consoles alike to the site to discuss Bungie's new IP. Early 2013: Fanboys on all forums launch their collective threads, pouncing on every other console other than their preferred platform. 2014: War breaks out amongst the Flood. Every user takes a side. Trolls seek opportunity as the Mods are busy containing the fuss. Random nimps, rickrolls, and Justin Bieber links rise across the board. Hell is upon us. Late 2014: The Flood is nothing less than a empty wasteland. War has ended, and very few remain. 2015: Those smart ones who never took sides in the fanboy war rise amongst the aftermath. They seek no reason to stay as nearly everyone else has left the site. They flock to other gaming communites. 2017: Bungie, unaware until now of the war, cans their new IP. They have no fanbase and no one to make a game for. All members of Bungie have now joined various other game producing companies. And, thus, Bungie and their community is no more. Remember these days as they are golden" Note: Notice this is a continuation of So, the flood will self-destruct in the coming years. I noticed that people liked this topic. FULL CREDIT goes to xIguana117x [Edited on 09.26.2010 8:06 PM PDT]

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