With Halo 4 supposedly leaked right before E3, FTG's PureDarkness sounds off on how valid another fight in the Halo universe can really be.
I personally think this should have been saved for the next Xbox
Totally agree, why now?
I just think they should have just left the series as is. It's such a great series and more games could just make the series in our memories worse. It's kind of like a great sports player who finishes out his days at some rubbish team, getting progressively worse and constantly saying that he will retire. Halo is essentially the gaming world's Brett Favre
"Halo is essentially the gaming world's Brett Favre" This is like, the best analogy ever. I could totally see Master Chief popping off his helmet and being all, "I WAS THE STAR GREEN BAY PACKER QB". Cliffhanger, then Halo 5 is mysteriously retitled to Favre: 2013.
It will be. If you catch my drift. Look for another certain announcement later on.
This could be for the next xbox but I doubt it since this is M$. If halo 4 is on the 360 then I hope they fix the frame rate issues in singleplayer from reach.
I would have agreed if this happened 1 or 2 years ago, but Xbox doesn't have as many high quality exclusives as the PS3, they need something to draw back in a large audience.
If they didn't make you re-finish the fight, MS would have to create a new IP that actually sells well! How could you possibly expect that out of them?
or its a new fight?
Halo 4: Pick a New Fight Great title!
another COD, Battlefield, Gears, Resistance, Killzone, etc, etc. Catch my drift? Validity is not something found much in the games industry these days.
But none of those games ever told us pretty much "yeah, we are finishing here. You can finish the story here"
We yes, MasterChief? NO. He is a super war machine, the fights never ends for a Spartan. On topic, i love Halo and i´m glad to play another one. This and Halo HD = many hours of fun.
nothing wrong with a new Halo game, whats wrong with a new fight.
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