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User avatar #167 - johndapro (11/09/2012) [-]
Halo 4 wasn't as good as I wanted it to be.

The campaign was short, shallow, and clearly Cod influenced, and you could easily notice that they did everything to make it any good, but it was still only 3-4 hours long.

The multyplay is now dumbed down and more like Call of duty, Map knowledge doesn't mean anything anymore, and knowing where the power weapons were doesn't help anymore since everyone can just spawn in rockets and lasers and whatnot.

Solid 5/10, it could have been a lot better but 343 dropped the ball on this one.

#185 to #167 - anon (11/09/2012) [-]
well mabye you should realize that you need to actually get some kills with a normal weapon before a power weapon drops, by the way no starter weapon is better than another so its really well balanced. And the campaign is bad ass and I personally think adding sprint makes the gameplay more fast paced, doesn't remind me of cod at all.

only reason im anon is because im in 3rd block my user is herpesboy

not saying your wrong or anything, you're saying your opinion and im saying mine. You don't like the game and thats fine, I just really like it and want to defend it.
User avatar #189 to #185 - johndapro (11/09/2012) [-]
I guess I just like the old Halo more.
User avatar #283 to #189 - herpesboy (11/10/2012) [-]

kk i respect your opinion but i just like that you have to get kills to earn a power weapon instead of faggots just sprinting to it and camping it a the begining of the game
User avatar #172 to #167 - torexofthenight (11/09/2012) [-]
Also going through a team slayer game getting a killing frenzy and an overkill I was only able to spawn a single ordinance. So that does not affect the multiplayer in some huge way.
User avatar #171 to #167 - torexofthenight (11/09/2012) [-]
Play campaign on legendary, I guarantee you, you wont finish it in 4 hours ( ******* KNIGHTS).

Also if you think map knowledge means nothing you're obviously one of those players who think holding all the power weapons wins the game. I actually just came out of a game where the enemy got a hold of rockets and swords. Using only my boltshot I was able to secure the enemy ordinance and establish a perimeter. I did this by using my knowledge of the map to dodge gunfire, rockets, and lure enemies into a boltshot to the face.
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