....that, okay, Halo 4 may have lost a lot of what made it feel like Halo, and it may not stand up to the glory of Halo 3 with regards to multiplayer, but it is STILL better than most of the multiplayer games on the market right now?
I'll be the first to admit that Halo 4 has lost a lot of its Halo feel, with the inclusion of loadouts and Ordinance drops and the like, but I still feel as if it's amazing. It's rather different, but that doesn't make it bad. It just makes it.....well, different.
It HAS potential to be a GREAT game, but the support from it's developers is hindering it's ability to shine at this point. The software itself is not to blame. --- Nintendo finally admitted that the Wii does not satisfy core gamers as much as casual players.~SF_Baha That made Nintendo's E3 for me.
It HAS potential to be a GREAT game, but the support from it's developers is hindering it's ability to shine at this point. The software itself is not to blame.
It's a sad fact, but really very few games get active support nowadays (with the exception of paid DLC). I will agree that there are some things that I would like patched, but even in its current state it is still better than most current MP games out there, as none of them get support either.