7/30/2012 8:09:59 AM Permalink[quote][b]Posted by:[/b] DoomslayerD12 I do believe Anniversary was cheaper, yeah. ODST was $40 so I think Anniversary was like $25 or $30.[/quote]No. ODST was $60 and Anniversary was $40.
7/25/2012 3:51:25 AM PermalinkI do believe Anniversary was cheaper, yeah. ODST was $40 so I think Anniversary was like $25 or $30.
7/24/2012 12:40:17 PM PermalinkNo, it was more expensive. ODST was controversial for being sold as a full game, while CE was ten quid cheaper than other new games. I think the price was justified, just because it didn't have 'hurr durr leet multiplayerz derp' doesn't make it bad. It has the second best campaign after Halo 2 and firefight. People who like ODST can appreciate its great storytelling instead of whining about 'wherez ma level 50 MLG snipez!' [Edited on 07.24.2012 4:53 AM PDT]
Back in the day, I didn't worry about pre-ordering games because I, my xbox, well... Let's say I *cough* knew a guy who could do [i]things[/i] to xbox for a little cash *cough*. But was Halo 3: ODST sold for around the same price as Halo CE: Anniversary was? Think about it. They both had multiplayer from the previous game in the series, they both had new maps (ODST had the H3 map packs), The campaign was new and updated. Even though ODST's campaign was brand new, and Anniversary's was only remastered, Anniversary had brand new MP maps, ODST didn't. Here's what I'm trying to say: [b]Halo 3: ODST compared to Halo CE: Anniversary[/b] [u]Halo 3: ODST[/u] - New Campaign - Firefight (New Game Mode) - Halo 3 Multiplayer [u]Halo: CE Anniversary[/u] - Remastered Campaign - New Multiplayer Maps - Halo: Reach Multiplayer Basically, I have two points. - Was Halo 3: ODST sold for around the same price as Anniversary (Pre-order and Release)? - If not, do you think it should have been?