In halo 3, you know you were just out classed when you got owned real bad by a good team. On halo 4 it seems to be down to chance thanks to ordinance drops and load outs.
Put it this way: I haven't had that game where you just know that the other team were amazing and levels above you yet. You know what I'm talking about if you played halo 3. --- "Magic doesn't exist? Oh really, then explain magic tricks you nimwit." -Dax Flame
D. As far as FPS games go, the Halo series has always been extremely far to the "Mass Appeal / Noob friendly" end of the spectrum, like the Call of Duty series starting with modern warfare. Not that there's anything wrong with that. It's one of the biggest reasons for its success. Loves me some Halo multiplayer. --- This space reserved for future witty comment. Maybe it can be yours!!!! (Probably not).