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  1. Huh, what a pleasant and unexpected surprise.

  2. Depends on what gameplay style I want to play with. Both can be challenging, if you don't turn yourself into a god in Reach's customization options. Most days I'll take ODST because I like Windward too much, for whatever reason.

  3. My main concern is online players, so you're saying there's more people playing online on MCC? Yes, there are definitely more people playing the MCC.

  4. Yes, but the title of the game literally has "Halo 3" in it and uses Halo 3's version of the blam! engine, so putting under Halo 2 would confuse most players.

  5. That would be great. I believe there is no way to play Halo 2 on the Xbox One without playing the MCC. I know this is bound to change when original titles come to the Xbox One, but even when it does, the MCC will still be the only way to play it online...

  6. If you're not concerned about the 640p resolution and only 30 FPS, then you should probably get the original. There are less people playing H3 in comparison to the MCC, but you don't have to worry about playing anything other than H3 in the...

  7. Yes, even for Halo 3 and 4. I can't stand the 640p resolution in combination with only 30 FPS. One or the other is fine, but not both at the same time.

  8. You totally could've used Halo 2's "Don't make a girl a promise if you know you can't keep it" line! In any case, it doesn't surprise me. The sales didn't continue, therefore, they knew they could get away with it and...

  9. That fileshare has been dead for YEARS. But I didn't know about cloud saving maps, thanks runNOKYARDrun! No, I, as you might type it, JUST downloaded some maps on my 360 without any issue, but I still can't on my Xbox One. (Also, the JUST thing...

  10. It's possible, it can just be more time consuming. You have the luxury of being able to save and quit, but at the price of MCC's stupidly long loading screens.

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