"As familiar as the system may seem there's no denying its addictive qualities, or the increased freedom it gives you to customise the play styles. But there is an unavoidable price to be paid in terms of Halo 4's sense of individuality."
Sounds like they tried to play it safe rather than try to put their own mark on the Halo franchise, which is still cool by me. I'm still looking forward to playing this game.
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