krisskross wrote:Let's all be brutally honest here. If you didn't get shivers all across your body on Halo 4 when Chief stands up to Captain Del Rio then you shouldn't really be commenting. I love Halo's cutscenes, they give Master Chief an almost mythic property, I hope they keep them as they're so well done! I have no problem with cutscenes in games to be honest at least if you want to pay attention to the story then you aren't distracted by the temptation to move your character around! So excited for Halo 5
Fanboy, a real halo fan is the one who can accept that the series has gone down the drain and is also one to give constructive criticism even if everyone say's your wrong. Even halo 2 and 3 had problems with them but mostly nobody mentions it, where the assault rifle in halo 2 and why in halo 3 does the prophet of truth take a 180 turn in his personality from being a john hurt type voice actor to a bogeyman who jump scares and hijacks the monitors on earth. 2 and 3 are still good but have their problems with bungie should have seen while in development.
exactly, Its okay to talk about a games faults and still be considered a fan, I have this exact problem with a friend, every time im the least bit critical of Mass effect he childishly starts going on and on about how hes 'the bigger fan' because he buys all the comics and doesn't think theres anything wrong with any of the games, it gets annoying real fast.
In my opinion the campaign for Halo 4 was pretty good outside of the Chief forgetting how to duel wield, but everything seems to have taken a step backwards and the Multiplayers has strayed towards COD territory, and I don't like what Spartan ops is doing with the story.