If you had the opportunity to erase your memory of Halo ever existing. Would you do it to replay the games for the first time again?
Why or why not?
Why or why not?
That is alot of good points. Some people have no idea what it was like to have to wait for the next game to come out. Having the opportunity to replay all of them to relive the storyLUKEPOWA wrote:Never. For starters, I'm lucky enough to have an original Xbox so I could play CE and H2, but I think for most people, they would be stuck with only having the MCC version to play and I wouldn't wish that on anyone wanting an original experience.
Then you have the issue of not having the H2 servers anymore where people could experience H2 online. Xbox was a different place back then compared to now since party chat wasn't around and Xbox live was a new thing. I would hate to not remember any of that and only experience it through the modern version.
I would never want to forget those memories especially lanning with friends during CE and H2. That's one of the reasons why I loved this game so much. Honestly, if I forgot everything about Halo and replayed them today, I probably wouldn't stick around. I would either hate Reach thru H5 even more than I do now, or I would be stuck playing MCC with all its problems and just soloing the game which would be nothing like the experiences that I've had in the past.
I too am trying to write a novel however it's not Halo related I'm always interested in listening to another writer's perspectiveLimyMage918 wrote:if I erased my halo memories I would literally lose the majority of the memories in my life time. I'd have no idea who half my friends were, would lose my taste in music, and likely forget how to draw because it's what halo that started all of that for me. plus I'd lose the mental image of one of my favorite original characters, she isn't some halo OC (I came up with a whole world in my head and will probably get around to writing a novel about it some day but that's another story) but her abilities and armor are inspired by the needler.
I unfortunately never finished mass effect. However I completely agree with you there. I never would have thought that what I did in the first game would effect my second and third game.TimeKeeper CK wrote:Halo is a game where the memories kinda make it worthwhile. It is built on nostalgia for me and it’s significance on many peoples lives. I wouldn’t give up my memories of Halo or its community for much.
But I would totally erase my memories of the Mass Effrct games just to replay them again for the first time, because holy dang that was a brilliant trilogy.
For many of us, Halo has played an integral part of our lives ever since it started in 2001. It's made so much of an impact that it's almost impossible to experience it again. So no, I wouldn't erase my memories to experience Halo again.CORPSMAN UP89 wrote:I have been asked this about the Harry Potter series. With the books I could restart but I feel more connected to Halo for some reason. Maybe better opportunity to bond with friends?