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Old 09-27-2007, 12:27 PM   #41
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Actually 1 and 2 were a LOT different. First of, 1 had no online game play. The multiplayer consisted of getting 4 tvs and 4 xboxes under the same roof (or neighbors if you had enough cable). One also didn't have dual wielding which is a big difference. One didn't have locking rockets, the pistol could kill you from as far as you could see the guy in just a few shots. etc. etc. When they went to Halo 2, a lot of things changed. I can see where the complaint is. Halo 3 is like just getting a new set of maps, some more weapons and a little crisper graphics. While that is great for most die hard halo guys, the ones that aren't die hard, it might not have been worth the hype. I like the new one, and will give it plenty of hours.
I'm talking about the plot of the game, not dual wielding weapons. I agree that is a pretty big change, but I mean what else could they do other than add some new weapons and maps for halo 3. I doubt they would of started all over to create a new game, when it's last one.
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Old 09-27-2007, 12:48 PM   #42
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I'm talking about the plot of the game, not dual wielding weapons. I agree that is a pretty big change, but I mean what else could they do other than add some new weapons and maps for halo 3. I doubt they would of started all over to create a new game, when it's last one.
You are right, the plot doesn't change much for most games that have a sequel (sp?). But I think there were more drastic changes coming from 1-2 than there was 2-3, I think that is where his disappointment comes from.
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Well, you dont hear people complaining about final fantasy, its the same there, and they are on like 8 or something!
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