I've been playing Halo since the beginning (2001) and gaming longer than that. I'm excited for Halo Infinite and I don't agree with all of the people complaining various things. So if you give extra weight to people with "more years of experience", than you've got to give the same weight to my opinions. Since there very much opposed to a lot of the other "experienced" people's opinion, then you've got to conclude that experience doesn't really mean much in this arena. The OP is right, ever since Halo 2, or especially Halo 3 onwards, there have been "fans" vocally complaining about every minute thing you can imagine. You can listen to them, but you certainly can't please them all because there is no consensus on anything.Again, buzzword (and the same one you edited out of your previous reply).Darwi wrote:Somewhat sarcastic comment. All you had to do was add that you couldn't possibly be a 'true' halo fan and you've paraphrased the majority of toxic commentators.If you take issue with what I said, please provide an actual response beyond a dismissive buzzword.Darwi wrote:And it didn't take long. Toxic community in practice... exhibit A.
There's no such thing as a "true" fan of anything as being a fan simply requires liking something. What I was saying was that if someone has more years of experience with something than someone else, chances are they have a better understanding of what they're talking about.
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