From the people I talked to about sprint or no sprint their reasoning was that not having sprint in previous halo. Allowed people to move, jump and maneuver around the map with their gun up ready to fight and to do so while fighting. Just because a mechanic stops people from fighting for a couple seconds doesn't make it bad. having sprint gives the choice to the user of being able to move faster across map but be vulnerable to attacks. While sprinting you give your enemy the advantage in engagements. So the way I see it, sprint makes the game more dynamic and more competitive. I like it.tsassi wrote:If you don't think it's a valid point, then I'd wager you don't actually understand the reasoning. Or, if you do believe you actually understand the reasoning, then would you like to enlighten us by telling why it's not valid?DustyDogmondu wrote:I can understand the reasoning behind not wanting it in the game but I don't think it is a valid point.
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