Why is the game called Halo 4 when it has nothing to do with a Halo ring?
Why is the Covenant vehicle called a "Ghost" when it in no way resembles or acts like a ghost?
Why is one of the new UNSC guns called a "Railgun" when it doesn't actually operate like one?
The list goes on and on. The answer is because it sounds cool and nobody cares because it's just a name.
first there is a halo ring in halo 4
Second the ghost does float, which "real" ghosts tend to do....
third, the rail gun does operate similar to a real one
there are other points you couldve made...these were poor choices
I didn't say there wasn't. I said the game has absolutely nothing to do with one.
The Ghost does not "float" with inexplicable reasoning, it uses antigravity. When you see that vehicle, you do not think "HEY MAN THAT THING REMINDS ME OF A GHOST."
And just no to the third point. It operates closest to a magnetically coiled weapon, which is quite a bit different than a standard Railgun.
You said it had NOTHING to do with a Halo. I showed that it, in fact, DID...
your point about the ghost is meaningless...since both float there is that similarity...
as for the railgun....A railgun is an electrically powered electromagnetic projectile launcher based on similar principles to the homopolar motor. so what are you talking about? --- Detroit Sports Rule!!! - Millen is gone forever!!!!!!!!!! R.I.P. Keith.....I loved you man.....you will be sorely missed.