sirkibble2 (User)

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You're absolutely right. Which is why 343 should forget the hardcore players - forget trying to satiate the ones who want old stuff - and do what they want. #11.1
180d ago by sirkibble2 | View comment
@Gamingskills You're explaining why the abilities exist. I understand that but that's a separate point. I'm speaking to gameplay.

I'm sure these abilities are canon to the story, so they have to be in multiplayer. I get that, but they still don't do anything significant or necessary in multiplayer. Except sprinting. That's a natural progression. #1.1.6
180d ago by sirkibble2 | View comment
@Gamingskills I can't reply to directly to your post for whatever reason.

I don't have a problem with sprint, personally, although that is a very present issue with others. But how long do you expect 343 to continue pandering to hardcore players when they clearly want to take Halo in an entirely new direction?

Hovering? What for? Ramming? What for? ADS on weapons traditionally lacking it? But 343 still wants to hold on to Halo's old ways for the... #1.1.3
181d ago by sirkibble2 | View comment
I'm not sure what you're disagreeing with. Sounds like you agree because the other side that kicking and screaming when changes are made are the hardcore and traditional players. #1.1
181d ago by sirkibble2 | View comment
I wonder if people who own a PS3 get any value out of this. Is paying $20 to $45 for games on a console you own worth it? Especially since Gamestop is not the cheapest place you go to get these games. And not to mention the inevitable decline of price of time.

For me, I can pay $17 for Gamefly and have an assortment of games going as far back as the Xbox, PS2, and Game Boy Advance. I'm not going to play hundreds of games at once, so the only appeal is that I don't ow... #13
181d ago by sirkibble2 | View comment
Nothing contributed to this more than the mental illness did. I'm not saying the drugs or the video games didn't motivate but the voices in his head were the main issue.

The headline is a ploy to get more readers, though. Not mentioning the mental illness was very deliberate. And wording the descriptive summary the way it is proves the intention. #17
1080d ago by sirkibble2 | View comment
That would really depress my spirits to get a bill like that.

Despite the title, I was hoping the guy would have some leniency and reduce the price.

That internet better not drop at all. Ever. #20
1080d ago by sirkibble2 | View comment
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