So if you can acknowledge that Halo 2 and Halo 3 were "evolutions," why would you assume the previous guy hates all evolution simply because he doesn't like these current mechanics? If he did, he would have hated every Halo after Halo CE.
I didn’t say that Halo 2 and Halo 3 didn’t evolve. In fact, I actually think that both games were improvements on Halo CE
So apparently evolution is one of the reasons why Halo is dead, huh? If you hate evolution so much, why don’t you just play Halo 2 or Halo 3?Are you implying that Halo 2 and Halo 3 didn't
evolve? There was a game before that too.
You think him making a game closer to Halo 3 would be dead and boring, but you're asking to do the exact same thing with Halo Reach - for multiple games.
By its very nature, evolution isn't set in stone and there is no one way to "evolve". You could always make a game that isn't like one that isn't just going back to another.
It's always strange to see people say that "Halo needs advanced movement", when not only was it successful enough before it, it's given both players and developers more headaches than it solved.
Bro movement in the original trilogy were similar. I said that what Halo 2 and 3 added improved the gameplay
You do realize that all of the most popular games, such as Cod, Apex Legends, Fortnite, Battlefield, and others have advanced movement, so it’s make sense for Halo to have somewhat advanced movement. The reason why I said that future games should have Reach-like gameplay is that it was a mix of new and old, the game had the feel of older games, while adding new stuff like Armor Abilities. That way, old and new players would enjoy Halo more than if 343i went for the classic gameplay and neglect the newer audience or the other way around.
If Halo 3 was released in 2019, then it’d fail, because of the slow movement, which is what it’s competitors had back in the day. It might’ve been great for its time (and it still is,) but when you compare it to other games in today’s market, it looks unappealing for the average gamer.
I’m not saying that Halo must “evolve.” I’m just saying that Halo has to be at a decent pace when compared to its competitors if it wants to be popular again, and maybe add new things that people might like.