So here's yet another massive reveal, or at least could be since the source is particularly unclear. Are these the final 36 (!!!) chapter names for Halo 3?
forgot to put under the game halo 3 any editors that could help thank u
that is pretty big
this looks so fun i wanna see what "the sky in burning" looks like, i can only imagine what the finale is gonna be. its gotta be epic wtf this is halo 3 and this is bungie, its gonna be so sick. i cant wait for bioshock though, 10/10, 95%, 9/10, i mean its already got top 9 ratings. then we got halo3, then we got assasins creed, orange box, mass effect, blacksite 51, timeshift, lost odyssey, pgr4, and more games i dont feel like typing and oh yea goty cod4 too.
I will be happy i didn't think it would be even half of Halo 2.
36 is extremely too many if they are big chapters, maybe they are short? Or perhaps its just a rumour and not official...
The chapters are small chunks of a level. It was the same in Halo and Halo 2. If you remember each mission you do has a witty title to it,these are the chapter titles. Normally appear after a cutscene. You get around at least a few of them through each level. I expect Halo 3 to be as long as 1 or 2. Not looking at these though I don't want to spoil the Campaign.
Morratut is right. The other Halo games had chapters inside levels. And Gears had them as well. Its just a method of splitting up the game so they can load stuff at different times, and it probably has something to do with the checkpoint saving system Halo always uses
there you go!
Seems plausible (the names)
Did someone mention Reclaimer Chapter 34 - Unlikely Allies Should that maybe mean we´re goin´ to see the other spartans? it already mentioned in the books that they´re STILL alive...
I just got through the first Halo book, and im reading through the others! And ive just read that from you! Noo!
quit revealing everything about this game by the time it comes out it will be worthless.
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