10/14/2012 8:24:19 PM Permalink[quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Ninetyfourth94 [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] EZcompany2ndsqd yeah I don't like spoilers eithers I always stay away from them.[/quote] Same here... it's just a shame that before long it will be everywhere.[/quote] Hopefully there will be a better way to stop it though someday and people just have to use self controle haha and wait the months they have to. I mean its really not that bad because the company is sharing the things they wanna share when they wanna share it. So its not like we don't get info or anything.
10/14/2012 8:18:54 PM Permalink[quote][b]Posted by:[/b] EZcompany2ndsqd yeah I don't like spoilers eithers I always stay away from them.[/quote] Same here... it's just a shame that before long it will be everywhere.
10/14/2012 8:17:34 PM Permalinkyeah I don't like spoilers eithers I always stay away from them.
So I've been browsing the interwebs, looking for more Halo 4 news. Since there are a lot of idiots out there receiving illegal copies of the game, there are nothing but spoilers all over the place... And they have been hard to avoid. >:I When Halo: Reach was coming up back in 2010, I was ignorant and actually WANTED to see spoilers from my own curiosity. So I ended up viewing all of Noble Team's deaths... And it really ruined the campaign for me. -_- I mean, I was anticipating the whole freaking time the deaths of everyone... And it wasn't fun at all. Now the same thing is happening to Halo 4, and now a lot of idiots are releasing leaked campaign footage. I swear if I happen to stumble across something that ruins Halo 4's campaign for me, I will demolish the one behind it. DEMOLISH. So, I beg of thee, please don't do this to others. It not only drives Microsoft crazy (and it's a felony if you have the game right now for profiting use without permission from MS), but it also is just wrong. Especially to those employees out there, ones like at Game Stop, are actually getting the early copies of the game, downloading them as torrents and J-Tagging their Xboxes so that they'll operate on it... Then they can literally burn the game on discs and sell them REALLY expensive for profit. I think that is wrong, and I think that those who are involved should do the right thing and purchase the legitimate copies of the game, rather than make your own money by being a pirate. Those who do this are also ruining our experience for Halo 4, and they need to be stopped... But alas, there isn't much we can do, now can we? Heck, we could probably find a way to arrest every single pirate, but it won't stop others from continuing the process. So, I ask a favor of you guys who are just as excited about it as I am... Please stay away from spoilers if you want to remain curious about Halo 4's outcome, and please report anyone on video-sharing or news-sharing sites who release spoilers. They are committing a felony by having the game this early, and someone needs to stop them. I know any true Halo fan would. You're not being a fan of Halo by stealing it and downloading illegally on your console... That's just low. So bear with me these next few weeks, and be weary of what lurks on the internet. Thanks for reading this, too... I just want more people to be aware of this stuff. And also, if you want to release spoilers, go on, but it's not fair to others. And it's not cool... Neither is it mature. >:c -- So I saw the previous text on my Facebook page, something that a friend posted on my wall. The sad thing is, even another friend of mine was posting spoiled pictures of the supposed "Didact". Not only am I angered by some people's absolute stupidity, but also their need to ruin things for others. In this case, I am discussing Halo 4. This is a cruel thing to do, myself being a very big Halo fan. I do not want to have my game be spoiled for me (like Halo Reach, although it was my fault.) I mean, come on guys... Back in 2010 a bunch of trolls were posting links to spoilers... There was this one video on this site with inappropriate pictures of *censored* that also played out each of the Noble Team's deaths. To anyone out there who appreciates the surprises the campaign has to offer, I suggest staying away from anything relating to Halo on the internet... in fact, maybe just stay off of it in whole. I don't want to know about the ending until I reach it. Don't you? [Edited on 10.14.2012 12:14 PM PDT]