Playing the journey of the Master Chief properly and being able to finally finish the fight on the PC. I'm gonna start with Reach, then go all the way through HCE, H2, and finally Halo 3, in chronological order.No ODST and Halo 4? I'll buy and play them nonetheless if only to have the complete MC collection. ;)
Well... I like ODST, but I find it kind of wonky in regards to continuity. I mean, the primary enemies should have been Elites, not Brutes, since the Covenant forces left on the ground were from REGRET's fleet, and Regret was pretty good pals with most of the Elites. Truth, on the other hand, well... you can see where this is going. Also, the fact that we never got to fight Brutes on Earth in Halo 2's campaign alongside Elites makes the sheer number of Brutes in the campaign seem out of place. I know they were reusing resources from Halo 3 for the game, but they could have easily used Elites and set them to be on the same side as the Brutes.
As for Halo 4? I like the story between Chief and Cortana, but I feel that the gameplay is kind of... off. The multiplayer was... meh, and while the campaign was better than the multiplayer, there was still something that felt off about the gameplay. I don't know what it is. Although, I love the level Composer, which feels the most like a classic Halo level, and I loved being able to fly a pelican WITHOUT it being an easter egg. That was cool. And the Mantis was fun to use, and the fighter jet sequence was pretty awesome too. I guess my problem is the stupid Promethean watchers. I hate those things. They're worse than the Flood, because at least the Flood can't resurrect other Flood that you've completely destroyed. I also hated how I kept running out of ammo so quickly for just about every weapon, especially since ammo reserves were reduced YET AGAIN for every weapon, and the new Forerunner weapons were mostly useless except for the Scattershot and Light Rifle. There's a lot to like about Halo 4, and just as much to hate as well. Although, I did like the firing sound for the Assault Rifle. It sounded infinitely better than the firing sound of the Halo 3 Assault Rifle.