That's a major problem on these forums. People instantly get defensive and try to defend their opinion only because someone disagrees with them. Just accept that someone might like something which you utterly hate. Just accept that and don't try to force other people into convincing why their opinion is valid or not. It's an opinion after all, there doesn't need to be any proving whatsoever.Lorient Avandi wrote:Yea im not sure he understands what an opinion is....Tommi theKrogan wrote:You have an opinion and I have one as well. There's no point trying to explain to you why I feel they haven't utterly -Yoinked!- up Halo yet. It would help nothing, you would just reply with your own opinion (probably something completely opposite to what I said) and then we'd have a standstill. Not going there.Perserverance23 wrote:How have they not xxxxxx it up?seaguard500 wrote:if you feel that way then good for you. Might I ask how they could utterly yoink up though? Was campaign not bad enough for you?Tommi theKrogan wrote:Say your words to 343 if you want. I still love Halo and I will pre-oder every single new Halo game for years. It's only when they utterly -Yoink- up and destroy Halo that I stop buying the games.seaguard500 wrote:I am curious as to how everyone will purchase the game. The only way to send a message is either not buy the game at all or get it used. That says to the dev and publisher "we don't like your business practices or what you are doing with the games please stop and do better thank you.".
How will you purchase halo 6?