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Old 11-28-2012, 05:37 PM   #676
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We're all part of the Bro Republic, guys.
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Yeah. It's official. Still haven't played campaign, but I like Halo 4 more than Reach. Or Halo 2 or 3 for that matter.
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2 of the Knights of the Bro(mak) Republic, along with 3 Knights of NSW's real life, got together once again last night, chainsaws in hand, to defend humanity against the Locust Horde.

2.5 hours later, 50 waves of the enemy lay dead, and "Mining Town" once again knew peace.
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Yeah. It's official. Still haven't played campaign, but I like Halo 4 more than Reach. Or Halo 2 or 3 for that matter.
Glad you're liking it a great deal too. I think you'll really like the campaign, I've been wanting to play through it a second time quite a bit..

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2 of the Knights of the Bro(mak) Republic, along with 3 Knights of NSW's real life, got together once again last night, chainsaws in hand, to defend humanity against the Locust Horde.

2.5 hours later, 50 waves of the enemy lay dead, and "Mining Town" once again knew peace.
I wonder how many times one of those Knights stood directly in front of you on purpose to screw your aim up in those 2.5 hours.
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Glad you're liking it a great deal too. I think you'll really like the campaign, I've been wanting to play through it a second time quite a bit..
This Saturday, me and two of my friends who've also abstained from campaign are going to go through the whole thing. On Legendary. In person. System link. Love it.
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Nice! Haven't done a system link / LAN type thing in a long time. Understandable that sort of thing has died off with how fast internet connections have become, but it sure is a lot of fun being in the same room together while playing. Plus, no lag / latency issues.

I remember one of my friends actually bringing his 360 and monitor over just to play Oblivion together when it came out just so we could see each others characters and playing styles while playing. Ha.
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That's awesome. Online is fun and all, but nothing beats in person.
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Most awesome housemate/roommate decision I ever made was renting a house with the friend from work who I play video games with. Every day is gaming awesomeness. He also washes dishes, and has the best dog ever.
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Old 12-03-2012, 04:04 PM   #684
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This Saturday, me and two of my friends who've also abstained from campaign are going to go through the whole thing. On Legendary. In person. System link. Love it.
And??????
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The system link wouldn't work because one of the xbox 360s used was an older, non-wireless model that had never been hooked up to the internet or updated (it's in a permanent system link with original xboxes that we use for playing Halo 1 in a game room we've got set up). Didn't know that would be a problem. By the time we got it all figured out and setup, we had spent half the day doing it and wound up mostly just playing Wargames. I'll tackle it on my own now as there isn't a time the group can get back together until after the holidays, and that's just too long to wait.
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Anyone play Dishonored yet? Thoughts?

Halo 4 campaign is great. May end up being my favorite Halo game yet.
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Anyone play Dishonored yet? Thoughts?

Halo 4 campaign is great. May end up being my favorite Halo game yet.
I rented Dishonored and (I know I'll get a lot of crap for this), it just wasn't my thing. This will sound pretty lame, but I really tend to be immediately lukewarm on games with a first person perspective. That aside, it seemed like the look of the game somehow felt a bit bland and maybe even a little dated. I found the story only marginally engaging.

I suspect I'm a minority opinion however.
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I have not played it yet, hoping I like it better than you did...we shall see. Sorry you didn't enjoy it.
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I have not played it yet, hoping I like it better than you did...we shall see. Sorry you didn't enjoy it.
I didn't think it was bad at all, just not my favorite type of game. And most reviews (critics and gamers alike) seem to universally love it.
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I haven't played my copy either, but it seems to be one of the most popular games of the year according to internet buzz. You supposedly can do the missions any way you want, which seems cool. You can even complete the game without killing anyone other than the required story related characters
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