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Oh i hear ya man - i just dont have Redboxes around with games, I dont think - and....if I did, I bet I couldnt get one for a good long time. But I know, I could likely tell with one fair hour with both games, as we all could.
Halo 4, huh?
*Side-question = whats the COD people are still playing most? Blops or MW3?
I missed MW3 = maybe I should get my "Guns n Grenades" gaming fix from MW3.
Cuz as we know, Halo, tho we all love it, is not a "Guns n Grenades" game...its a bit more "Pew pew". Oh, you know what mean, haha.
I know this:
I found Halo Reach to be a beautiful product in gaming and an awesome step for Halo.
If Halo 4 is like that, and is a sweeeet step forward like Reach was, IMO, im there
If you want an amazing game just get Halo 4. This is more of the same but worse and I'm kinda disappointed that Treyarch dropped the ball on this one IMO.
your pretty ignorant to say that only black ops 2 is more of the same halo 4 is also more of the same
if i had to say Black ops 2 had the better Campaign you can go through it do thing differently and see how that changes the ending it displeases me to see that Halo 4 story was a Soap opera starring Cortana...
Multiplayer aspects of both games have changed a slightly since previously games and are still good so in the end its mostly about what franchise you enjoy the most
though do keep in mind if you get halo 4 dont bother trying to play split screen with friends it will cause a noticeable drop in games on a game that runs at ONLY 30 frames
Halo aint that great man, its kinda overrated. Its a good game but i think Reach was way better. Halo 4 is ultimate campfest because u get weapon killstreaks. You will die from every direction possible somehow its annoying. Those are the main problems with the game and I personally dont like it.
Understand, Man is not a machine - he needs a surface, a purpose and a reason of being.