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rofl waypoint mods GOAT --- GT: LegendaryFalco oh ok
Waypoint forums are cupcake forums, this isn't anything new. You have to be a completely different poster there, compared to how people talk on GameFAQs and a lot of other forums that aren't an official game company website. Players get very offended very easily over there, so you might have actually made some people sad with your mild comments, which gives me a sad too :(
At least it's not like Gfaqs where you get banned for making a joke about being 12.
Lol there was a topic on one the Zelda boards which was like "How old are you now and when you played your first Zelda game" and some guy jokingly said he was 7 and got banned. --- PSN- Faliz XBL-Faliz18 Anticipating Halo 5, Zelda Wii U, Elder Scrolls VI, Destiny, Dark Souls II
Do Vociferous and Cocopjoyo still work there? If anyone remembers, they were the administrators of Ascendant Justice, the blog that detailed the terminals and Halo 3, as well as other Halo related content. It was insanely good, but they were hired by Microsoft to work on Waypoint, and were never heard from again. --- "...a single green light, minute and far away, that might have been the end of a dock."