Halo is a violent game whichever you put it, it's entire premise is killing. Nothing exaggerated, but if you shoot a grunt with a tank and it doesn't do anything other than make it play dead with no other visuals, well just saying. Hopefully it's like CE and shows human and alien blood, cause you know well things have blood. We're not all a bunch of robots. Just cause a game is "dark" doesn't mean its going to be a bad game, in fact a "dark" halo game would be the perfect setting for bringing back the flood.tsassi wrote:I imagine: seems somewhat tonally out of place, and mostly unnecessary. Halo isn't exactly a gritty game about the horrors of war that hammers home the trauma and suffering of it at every instance, neither is it a game to use violence for pure shock value without greater purpose, nor is it a game to use exaggerated violence to sell the absurdity of the game world. These three are about all the reasons I can think of why a game designer would want to use excessive gore in their game. Halo has always had fairly mild depiction of violence because it's meant to be hopeful. Too graphic violence would make it too dark. Overall, I don't see anything of value that more gore would add to my experience.Saws n Sins wrote:Imagine halo with a gears of war type gore. Limbs and everything can be blown off.
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