Some professional Halo 3 game play footage (Str8Rippin vs Carbon) with expert analysis. The two featured gamers in this video are Legit and Tsquared from Str8Rippin.
Str8Rippin clan you are a steaming pile of cow SH!T plain and simple lol .........you guys make me embarrassed to be human....... you all bring dishonor to your families and your bloodlines.......you should have all just remained another love stain on a Motel 8 bedsheet......... I hate your faces
That was extremely boring... i will never get that 16 minutes of my life back. Ever.
you watched the whole 16 minutes?. I could only stand 3min.
Some geek on Halo?
Those geeks signed million doller contracts to play in MLG. Do you have a million???
Str8Rippin i faced thier back in halo 2 boy was it fun.
These are great videos. You can see why their is no other FPS with fierce competition like Halo. Tsquared actually signed a million doller contract to play for MLG. People that call these videos boring have no competitive spirit. Go play with your dolls in LBP.
Watching the MLG videos for awhile while writing stories of mine at the same time. Interesting videos but then again, I'd watch game play of anything just so my PC screen isn't left sitting still while I write =D Carbon would be one of my favorite teams.
Str8Rippin, get a life.
Halo is for noobs.
Not impressed. i haven't played much halo in the last 2 months but i see nothing that sets these guys apart. they spam grenades at close range and half the time damage themselves as much as they are killing their opponent. the only thing that was impressive was his battle rifle from a long distance. however, shooting people from a distance while they are fighting doesn't really make you a good player, it makes you a pansy.
Doesn't really hold a candle to all the CS and UT vids out there. As it stands the controller seems to be a bit of a limitation to the true greats of the game. I think the PC, or at least the keyboard/mouse combo still has the edge in competitive gaming.
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