Your view is that the "Evidence" negatively impacted sprint is strictly opinion. In my view of the very same examples, I seem them as positive on gameplay. Again, this is my opinion. You are stating your opinion as if its fact when it is not. It is just your view and the view of others. I can not prove that you are wrong for your opinion. However, if you do not know the difference between opinion and fact there is no point in having a discussion because you will simply dismiss anybody's view. If you want to extend this to what actually constitutes a fact vs what is opinion I will gladly do so as well. I can give you a link to a definition of a fact and an opinion if needed.
here is one example:
Fact: Halo 5 has sprint in the game.
Opinion: Halo 5 is is negatively viewed because sprint is in the game.
Opinion: Halo 5 is positively viewed because sprint is in the game.
First off, your condescending tone doesn't get you anywhere. I'm well aware of the definitions.
Perhaps I should refer you to a logic class?
Once you start saying "that is just your opinion" you essentially lose all credibility/traction in an argument.
For example, maps are over scaled to accommodate faster movement speeds and timing, leaving large "no man lands."
That is not just my opinion, that is a factual occurrence. Again, refer Truth to Midship.You will be astonished if you examine these freshly in game.
That DOES in turn, ruin gameplay, because you are essentially required to be sprinting/ using the increased player speed options, which forces you to put your gun down and run into situations unprepared. If your gun is down, you are not ready for engagements, and therefore it is not competitive. (Halo is a competitive arena shooter)
The argument "you don't HAVE to sprint, nobody is forcing you" may be true to a minuscule degree, but if maps are then scaled up, and you are not using the fastest movement speed to cross those areas, you are putting yourself at a disadvantage compared to the people who ARE sprinting. You are in wide open areas, and without cover, are easily shot and killed. If you are heading for a power weapon, the person sprinting will get there first, which means again, sprint or lose.
Do you see how that makes sense? That is not an opinion, it cannot be construed as such. It is evaluation.
BTW all 3 things you listed are indeed FACTS. Halo 5 is both positively and negatively viewed because sprint is in the game.
Also, like I've stated multiple times, you don't bring anything to the conversation by simply trying to discredit me.
You didn't provide evidence against me, you just disregarded my statements to opinion.
Explain how scaled up maps are good things. They are only scaled up to accommodate sprint remember, so if sprint was gone, the maps would be small again. This means poor map design is a direct result of sprint. Therefore it should be eliminated.