Quote:I will happily play Halo for years to come.
If Halo 5 comes out with Halo 3's exact system, I will enjoy playing up to a Highest Skill of 23, because I know it really doesn't matter. Tryhards and lowlifes will judge me for my 23, of course, but I have other commitments and hobbies besides holding a plastic controller.
I have enjoyed every single Halo game that has been released, regardless of what skill or ranking system has been implemented. I do not need a number to go up to enjoy the game.
I just wish more of you played that way.
But that's why I view the Halo community as one of the hardest to please, and thus, one of the worst gaming communities in the past 5 years.
Thank you, Waypoint, and especially this topic. You have proven quite entertaining this morning.
In yellow I have highlighted the most ethnocentric comment of the day.
In orange I have highlighted an interesting phrase. If you are inferring that all competitive players ONLY play video games then you are wrong. Some of the most athletic and party hard people I know would have no problem obtaining 40 in halo 3.(I had to use Halo 3's skill as a reference because it's the only thing that matters if we are going to talk about gaming competence.)
I demand proof of the blasphemy presented in brown highlighted text.
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You obviously don't care about becoming the best you can be if you are content with a 23....my 8 year old brother at least got a 31...
You are just a butt-hurt scrubbernaut. Case Closed.