What grinds my gears on halo 2 anniversary
This is a joke, right? Seriously, why the hell do you give a crap what they call it? I really don't get this thread...MeaeiN wrote:Please tell me that I am not the only one that believes when you kill a player with the sniper in multiplayer unscoped. THIS IS CALLED A NO-SCOPE NOT A SNAPSHOT!!. Why is it called a snapshot, who came up with this rubbish, photographers take snapshots not halo players.
Every time' I hear the announcer call snapshot after a No-Scope I just want to throw the controller. It would make a lot more sense. I've put up with it in halo 4 and by the looks of it I'll have to put up with it in h2a how disappointing. :(
This is a well written and nicely explained post. Thank you!Ye Olde Apple wrote:A "no-scope" typically runs as a universal act in pretty much every game that involves firearms. With the release of Halo 4, 343 included a medal for getting a no-scope called "Snapshot". With this in mind, while you're indeed getting a "no-scope" ingame, you're also now receiving a medal called "Snapshot".
Think of Counter Strike and its "First Blood" announcement. In Halo: Reach, Bungie added its own spin on the concept. Now when we get a "First Blood" in a match, we receive a medal called "First Strike". These medals are just the Halo version of popular ingame accomplishments we've grown up with. They're nothing to throw a controller over.