Another hot, hot, hot armor permutation for Halo 3 has been discovered, but it's so exclusive that the average gamer won't be able to wear it.
Im not a Halo fan but thats just cool.
Nice knob gag! :O
Well thats pretty sweet. Now I can recognize when I'm playing a Bungie employee if I ever do. If I see a flaming skull I'll just run away.
Why not just put a searchlight on their heads. If I see these chumps when I am perched. Their heads are gonna pop like a grape. It would be cool if the only way to get that was to head shot a bungie employee.
kudos to anyone that will dare to teabag a flaming Bungie ninja
the chances of seeing this in a game is next to zero
and i thought my hayabusa armor was the sh*t....now bungie is going ghost rider...not fair
Hayabusa armor is pretty sweet. Except for the fact that everyone and their brother wears it.
that's freaking awesome...I hope one day I see one of them!!! BTW @DarthNihilus You had me laughing with that comment for a good time!!!
Bungie finally put flaming ninjas in the game. Sweet.
enough to keep this from the public, there will be more outcry for this then the Custom match public.
Agree with the public match part. I really really want to look through a server list and find a Infection game sometimes. Or I'd like to start a custom game and have random folks join in. Because face it, not everyone wants to play custom games. I've usually got 25 people online. For the last week every single one has been on Halo 3. But I still think it would be hard to get a big Infection game going if I were to start one. It would just make things a whole lot easier to have a XBL public. Flaming ninjas are cool. I think if they do allow the public to get this, you need to have some insane rank, or just do something outstanding. Enough people already wear the Hayabusa armor to turn me off of it.
He looks like a freaking power ranger lol
This is how MS is getting the Bungie team to stay.
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