WC: Halo is a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine. The plot is fairly generic and shallow, unless you’re in a team online you’ll tend to end up playing with screaming 5 years olds yelling abuse down the mic at you, and there’s nothing I find especially compelling about its mythology or characters. Yet I’ve easily racked up more hours on Xbox Live playing the Halo series than any other franchise. The reason is simple: Halo offers one of the best customisable experiences available on a console. Forge (a mapmaker) is an incredible tool that other multiplayer games should learn from, and you can get endlessly creative with the custom game settings. With Halo 4 recently released, the time seems ripe for a list of some of the many different ways to have fun without even entering ranked playlists.
So without further ado, and in no particular order, I present to you 17 Great Ways to Have Fun in Halo Custom Games.