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Ever since the transition in March, Halo 3 feels weird now. Before, I could use Bungie's site to download community maps to my xbox such as canvases. Now, 343 look like they barely support this game.

It would be nice to have ALL of the features that Bungie gave on their site.
It would be nice. I want the online stats and recent games to come back. Personally I don't like Reach that much. Halo 4 is going to be a mix of the two but more on the reach side. I still love H3. They should release a PC version and tie it with xbl as well as give it support.
I'm just letting you know, 343i will NEVER EVER EVER be as good as Bungie. Yes, they have pretty much abandoned it. Halo 3 will never go back to it's glory days(2007-2010), full of Bungie days, hilarious machinimas, the best campaign ever, and of course, custom games that will be remade throughout each Halo and will never be forgotten.

But Halo 3 will always be Halo 3, so enjoy it before it could possibly have the same terrible fate as Halo 2.
343i are doing a great job the people working on it are people who worked on Halo 3 with Bungie watch the vidmaster for it? They all moved to work specifically on Halo which even bungie couldn't say. Don't write them off because they did what they wanted Bungie shouldn't have left it at halo 3 but they wanted done with it so they got done with it. 343i picked up the slack so i applaud them. Still wish i could download stuff from the bungie site but 343/waypoint will probably not use that function because why would they? They're moving on with halo 4 alot more people will be playing that look at reach VS 3. Halo 4 will have the majority of players so will get the most attention.
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343i are doing a great job the people working on it are people who worked on Halo 3 with Bungie watch the vidmaster for it? They all moved to work specifically on Halo which even bungie couldn't say. Don't write them off because they did what they wanted Bungie shouldn't have left it at halo 3 but they wanted done with it so they got done with it. 343i picked up the slack so i applaud them. Still wish i could download stuff from the bungie site but 343/waypoint will probably not use that function because why would they? They're moving on with halo 4 alot more people will be playing that look at reach VS 3. Halo 4 will have the majority of players so will get the most attention.
I refuse to thank 343 for anything involving halo 3 until they put in action sack and infection
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343i are doing a great job the people working on it are people who worked on Halo 3 with Bungie watch the vidmaster for it? They all moved to work specifically on Halo which even bungie couldn't say. Don't write them off because they did what they wanted Bungie shouldn't have left it at halo 3 but they wanted done with it so they got done with it. 343i picked up the slack so i applaud them. Still wish i could download stuff from the bungie site but 343/waypoint will probably not use that function because why would they? They're moving on with halo 4 alot more people will be playing that look at reach VS 3. Halo 4 will have the majority of players so will get the most attention.
I refuse to thank 343 for anything involving halo 3 until they put in action sack and infection
Action Sack is in Halo 3.
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343i are doing a great job the people working on it are people who worked on Halo 3 with Bungie watch the vidmaster for it? They all moved to work specifically on Halo which even bungie couldn't say. Don't write them off because they did what they wanted Bungie shouldn't have left it at halo 3 but they wanted done with it so they got done with it. 343i picked up the slack so i applaud them. Still wish i could download stuff from the bungie site but 343/waypoint will probably not use that function because why would they? They're moving on with halo 4 alot more people will be playing that look at reach VS 3. Halo 4 will have the majority of players so will get the most attention.
I refuse to thank 343 for anything involving halo 3 until they put in action sack and infection
Action Sack is in Halo 3.
Sorry. i was thinking of reach for a second lol. i meant grifball
Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
The reason they are the most played in Reach is because of how easy they are to stat pad and get more credits, exactly like Halo 3.

Grifball gives a ton of credits in Halo: Reach now for letting games run on a lot longer and Living Dead is just easy for high level players to boost their stats.
I miss those features as well, and it is sad that the battles since the March transition havent been recorded in a site/presentation type of way.

Now if i have a great match on Halo 3, I just have to remember it for the rest of my life, instead of being able to pull up the battle history and show friends as visual proof, especially when it comes to the Halo 3 File Share/videos.

Maybe us Halo 3/Halo ODST fans are considered dinosaurs now and we are all being left behind on the wayside. I can only hope that someday a fileshare section will be added for those games on Halo Waypoint in order to provide the Ultimate Halo Experience, instead of just "The Newer Halo Experience"
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
The reason they are the most played in Reach is because of how easy they are to stat pad and get more credits, exactly like Halo 3.

Grifball gives a ton of credits in Halo: Reach now for letting games run on a lot longer and Living Dead is just easy for high level players to boost their stats.
Look man, i'm just saying that i'm willing to bet anything that if they were to introduce living dead and grifball (with standard exp) One of them will be THE most played playlist in all of halo 3. Are you saying that you seriously don't like either games?
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
The reason they are the most played in Reach is because of how easy they are to stat pad and get more credits, exactly like Halo 3.

Grifball gives a ton of credits in Halo: Reach now for letting games run on a lot longer and Living Dead is just easy for high level players to boost their stats.
Look man, i'm just saying that i'm willing to bet anything that if they were to introduce living dead and grifball (with standard exp) One of them will be THE most played playlist in all of halo 3. Are you saying that you seriously don't like either games?
Grifball is horribly host based and Living Dead is just a joke and hella easy to stat pad in, even on Halo 3.

They both should never have been permanent playlists in Halo: Reach and should have stayed as something special for Super Jackpots on a weekend.
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
The reason they are the most played in Reach is because of how easy they are to stat pad and get more credits, exactly like Halo 3.

Grifball gives a ton of credits in Halo: Reach now for letting games run on a lot longer and Living Dead is just easy for high level players to boost their stats.
Look man, i'm just saying that i'm willing to bet anything that if they were to introduce living dead and grifball (with standard exp) One of them will be THE most played playlist in all of halo 3. Are you saying that you seriously don't like either games?
Grifball is horribly host based and Living Dead is just a joke and hella easy to stat pad in, even on Halo 3.

They both should never have been permanent playlists in Halo: Reach and should have stayed as something special for Super Jackpots on a weekend.
I can see what you're saying, but still, both playlists are LOADS better than anything else in halo 3. and living dead in halo 3 was perfect to me. it's how it should be unlike in reach and mw3 where surviving for any more than 2 minutes is a great feat
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
The reason they are the most played in Reach is because of how easy they are to stat pad and get more credits, exactly like Halo 3.

Grifball gives a ton of credits in Halo: Reach now for letting games run on a lot longer and Living Dead is just easy for high level players to boost their stats.
Look man, i'm just saying that i'm willing to bet anything that if they were to introduce living dead and grifball (with standard exp) One of them will be THE most played playlist in all of halo 3. Are you saying that you seriously don't like either games?
Grifball is horribly host based and Living Dead is just a joke and hella easy to stat pad in, even on Halo 3.

They both should never have been permanent playlists in Halo: Reach and should have stayed as something special for Super Jackpots on a weekend.
I can see what you're saying, but still, both playlists are LOADS better than anything else in halo 3. and living dead in halo 3 was perfect to me. it's how it should be unlike in reach and mw3 where surviving for any more than 2 minutes is a great feat
Except they were party games, Frankie has already come out and said if they support something like Grifball which is a party game, it won't be a matchmaking playlist, I don't expect them to go back to Halo 3 and add it if the future halo game isn't going to have it.
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
The reason they are the most played in Reach is because of how easy they are to stat pad and get more credits, exactly like Halo 3.

Grifball gives a ton of credits in Halo: Reach now for letting games run on a lot longer and Living Dead is just easy for high level players to boost their stats.
Look man, i'm just saying that i'm willing to bet anything that if they were to introduce living dead and grifball (with standard exp) One of them will be THE most played playlist in all of halo 3. Are you saying that you seriously don't like either games?
Grifball is horribly host based and Living Dead is just a joke and hella easy to stat pad in, even on Halo 3.

They both should never have been permanent playlists in Halo: Reach and should have stayed as something special for Super Jackpots on a weekend.
I can see what you're saying, but still, both playlists are LOADS better than anything else in halo 3. and living dead in halo 3 was perfect to me. it's how it should be unlike in reach and mw3 where surviving for any more than 2 minutes is a great feat
Except they were party games, Frankie has already come out and said if they support something like Grifball which is a party game, it won't be a matchmaking playlist, I don't expect them to go back to Halo 3 and add it if the future halo game isn't going to have it.
And i'm saying that i find that to be VERY stupid. nearly every single person on my FL and people i play in action sack say that grifball and living dead are their 2 favorite playlists in reach, and they were in halo 3 as well. it has nothing to do with credits, and 343 is honestly being stupid not to at least put it in or do something with it.
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
The reason they are the most played in Reach is because of how easy they are to stat pad and get more credits, exactly like Halo 3.

Grifball gives a ton of credits in Halo: Reach now for letting games run on a lot longer and Living Dead is just easy for high level players to boost their stats.
Look man, i'm just saying that i'm willing to bet anything that if they were to introduce living dead and grifball (with standard exp) One of them will be THE most played playlist in all of halo 3. Are you saying that you seriously don't like either games?
Grifball is horribly host based and Living Dead is just a joke and hella easy to stat pad in, even on Halo 3.

They both should never have been permanent playlists in Halo: Reach and should have stayed as something special for Super Jackpots on a weekend.
I can see what you're saying, but still, both playlists are LOADS better than anything else in halo 3. and living dead in halo 3 was perfect to me. it's how it should be unlike in reach and mw3 where surviving for any more than 2 minutes is a great feat
Except they were party games, Frankie has already come out and said if they support something like Grifball which is a party game, it won't be a matchmaking playlist, I don't expect them to go back to Halo 3 and add it if the future halo game isn't going to have it.
And i'm saying that i find that to be VERY stupid. nearly every single person on my FL and people i play in action sack say that grifball and living dead are their 2 favorite playlists in reach, and they were in halo 3 as well. it has nothing to do with credits, and 343 is honestly being stupid not to at least put it in or do something with it.
No, they are being smart, party games as a playlist in matchmaking is a stupid idea, they have custom games exactly for that reason, the face some guy can boost their K/D up using Grifball or Living Dead and have a 3 K/D and suck in normal Slayer/Objective games is stupid.
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Those weren't actual weekly playlists those playlists only transpired on special weekends.
I know this. i'm saying they should just put them in permanently though as nobody is monitoring halo 3 anymore. They were everybody's favorite playlists in halo 3, so i don't see why it should NEVER be in the game again
Most of them were only popular because they were double XP.
Are you kidding me dude? The reason they are in reach (And the most played in reach) is because everyone loved the game so much in halo 3. i know for a fact that whenever you get that 1 in 20 game of infection in rumble pit, or grifball in action sack, EVERYONE loves it. i have never seen it vetoed.
The reason they are the most played in Reach is because of how easy they are to stat pad and get more credits, exactly like Halo 3.

Grifball gives a ton of credits in Halo: Reach now for letting games run on a lot longer and Living Dead is just easy for high level players to boost their stats.
Look man, i'm just saying that i'm willing to bet anything that if they were to introduce living dead and grifball (with standard exp) One of them will be THE most played playlist in all of halo 3. Are you saying that you seriously don't like either games?
Grifball is horribly host based and Living Dead is just a joke and hella easy to stat pad in, even on Halo 3.

They both should never have been permanent playlists in Halo: Reach and should have stayed as something special for Super Jackpots on a weekend.
I can see what you're saying, but still, both playlists are LOADS better than anything else in halo 3. and living dead in halo 3 was perfect to me. it's how it should be unlike in reach and mw3 where surviving for any more than 2 minutes is a great feat
Except they were party games, Frankie has already come out and said if they support something like Grifball which is a party game, it won't be a matchmaking playlist, I don't expect them to go back to Halo 3 and add it if the future halo game isn't going to have it.
And i'm saying that i find that to be VERY stupid. nearly every single person on my FL and people i play in action sack say that grifball and living dead are their 2 favorite playlists in reach, and they were in halo 3 as well. it has nothing to do with credits, and 343 is honestly being stupid not to at least put it in or do something with it.
No, they are being smart, party games as a playlist in matchmaking is a stupid idea, they have custom games exactly for that reason, the face some guy can boost their K/D up using Grifball or Living Dead and have a 3 K/D and suck in normal Slayer/Objective games is stupid.
Who cares about Kd? besides, even if you do, just look at their k/d from other playlists. Besides, its way stupider to not put what the majority of the community wants to play in matchmaking than it is for some kid to boost his k/d.
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