Why do you think armor abilities will be stipped from competitive multiplayer?Stardriver907 wrote:Halo was never kept simple. Every Halo game released was the most advanced game the Xbox could handle. Bungie never tried to "keep it simple". Every release they tried to push the limits. Between CE and 3, each release was more popular than the last because each release gave us more. More equipment. Better movement. More skills. All the other developers were trying to make their games as good as Halo.Gym Meathead wrote:Going good bro. No need to make Halo try to follow other games by adding sprint, or loadouts, or any other fancy ability. Halo was the best when it was kept simple, and they should use that idea to make Halo a simple yet amazing game just like Halo 2 and 3 were.knight129830 wrote:You were on the sprint discussion thread saying the same thing how it going mate :DGym Meathead wrote:I prefer no armor abilities. I’m a huge H2 and H3 fan and thought those were the best Halo games.
Listen to the fans. Look at what the hardcore Halo fans say is the best Halo. Look at what the most popular Halo game was. And when someone mentions Halo to a Halo player what is the first Halo they think about. The answers will be Halo 1, 2, or 3. Those first 3 Halo games were the best Halo games ever. When other things were added in the game it took away from the original Halo feel. Why stray away from what made Halo so popular and amazing. Go back to the basics.
No sprint or loadouts like COD.
No open world like Destiny.
No Battle Royale like Fortnite.
This is Halo. 343 has the potential to bring back the most epic FPS if they listen to their fans and go back to the basics.
Let's face it. Some people found some unique ways to get around a map, and in the next game anyone could do the same thing with a Jet Pack or Clamor. Some people didn't like that. Still don't.
Spartans have abilities. Otherwise it would be a game about normal humans. You know, like Call of Duty. WWII stuff. Had games like that for years. Halo comes out and we all went to Halo. Was it because Halo had better guns, or because a Spartan could flip an Elephant? Spartans are enhanced humans wearing fusion-powered armor. How does eliminating all that potential movement speed and power make the game better? Why go through the trouble of placing the game in the 26th Century if we're going to play the game with 18th Century abilities? Just strip all that armor off and give everyone a revolver. Then we'll see who's the best.
I don't know why so many people want the next game on the most advanced Xbox ever to be no better than Halo CE. You folks know that whatever abilities or equipment that comes with the next game can and probably will be stripped away for "competitive" multiplayer, right? There's no way you're going to be "stuck" with dealing with abilities you don't agree with. Just make a Custom Game with nothing you don't like in it, and see if anyone else likes to play that way. Removing the abilities doesn't make the game any harder, and having the abilities doesn't make the game easier. Any difference between the two extremes is all in your head. People need to stop blaming things like armor abilities and loadouts for their inability to win. If you're good, it doesn't matter.
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