FishyGinger wrote:Don't leave the teabag in too long, the taste is overpowering. Lesson for life that, kids.
CrispyLog wrote:FishyGinger wrote:Don't leave the teabag in too long, the taste is overpowering. Lesson for life that, kids.
That's one reason I use Tick Tock, it's near impossible to over brew the stuff.
That and it's beltin! Has a bit of an irony taste to it, well nice.
RoOhDiNi wrote:@ Black Mantis
I think The Flood is the most tired, forced and overused Story-Twist in the entire series. It worked for the first game, they should have left it there. In CE you destroyed Halo. The Flood were destroyed. Over.
Halo 2's campaign was a confusing mess full of forced characters, plotholes and a more than unsattisfying ending. Gamedesign was nowhere near the brilliant Sandbox-gameplay of CE.
Halo 4 may turn out to be the true Sequel to CE I've always been waiting for.
Mortal Mad Matt wrote:Couldn't resist having a look at these. I got to number 9 and quickly clicked off them when I saw an un-helmeted female spartan standing next to the chief. I didn't know there were other Spartans in this campaign, that would have been a nice surprise when I played it if my willpower hadn't failed me. I really hope she's from the books though.
I also noticed number 5 has an incoming transmission from Commander Thomas J Lasky, the main kid from the Forward Unto Dawn series.
And Bungie weren't shown the front door. They wanted to work on something other than Halo, and as part of their separation from Microsoft, Microsoft got the rights to Halo and wanted to make more, hence 343i.