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Topic # 17424 26-Nov-2007 19:13
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when halo 3 came out i didnt want to play anyting else. but after 2months its no longer as enjoyable, still ok though.
but halo 2 kept me entertained for a whole year+. well thats my opinion tell me what you think

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  Reply # 97013 26-Nov-2007 21:13
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In that time, how many hours have you spent playing it?
I am still getting mileage ('scuse the pun) out of GT3 and GT4 on PS2, but then I play no more than an hour a month!







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  Reply # 97022 26-Nov-2007 22:03
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Over it within days. Finished campaign first day (didn't find it very amazing) then played some multiplayer, I never played much Halo 2 online as I never had Live on the Xbox but I've gotten sick of H3 real quick. I love COD4 though, I can see me still getting some entertainment out of it well into 2008. Looking forward to Rock Band!

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 97248 27-Nov-2007 21:02
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is rock a spinoff from guitar hero?

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  Reply # 97256 27-Nov-2007 21:48
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Rock Band is made by Harmonix, the makers of Guitar Hero. The company that owned the rights to Guitar Hero were bought by Activision, and now have released Guitar Hero 3. Harmonix however were purchased by MTV Games, and so can no longer make Guitar Hero games. They have therefore made Rock Band, which is basically Guitar Hero + "Drum Hero" with bass guitar (don't know if Guitar Hero had bass) and vocals. It is out now in the US but we have to wait till around March 08.

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  Reply # 97260 27-Nov-2007 21:56
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Halo 3. Fully clocked it (1000 points) Its still fun online.

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  Reply # 98230 4-Dec-2007 16:22
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Found Halo 3 the suckiest POS single player shooter I've played in years.

And everyone already owns it , used value = near zero.

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  Reply # 98237 4-Dec-2007 16:51
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I've rented Xbox360 to test the water out before deciding should I get Xbox360 Arcade (which has HDMI...) and been playing Lego Star Wars Complete Saga... it's fun! :-D Though I think I've missed out a lot of secret spots as I don't get as many gold Lego block or mini kits as one should be... and seems like it can entertain me long enough to earn all those Achievements, oh and also rented Tetris Revolution too.




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  Reply # 100135 15-Dec-2007 15:56
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Yea I got over it pretty quick. Didnt even finish the campaign and only just ranked up to Lieutenant on MP, but havent touched it since COD4 was released. And I'm getting kinda over that too, hanging out for some new maps. Bit disappointing really. The last game that hooked me for any decent length of time was GRAW


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  Reply # 100141 15-Dec-2007 17:25
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I personally never really liked any halo games...I'm just not such a fan of those FPS games where you have to shoot someone a bunch of times to kill them(HALO, GOW, UT, etc). The only thing that excited me about Halo was in the first game where unlike PS2 textures at the time, you could see the Grass blade texture...AWSUM!

I rotate between GRAW2, RB6:Vagas, DiRT and Oblivion.

They are fun to me no matter how long I play them.

Don't know why



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  Reply # 100407 17-Dec-2007 12:29
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ok, halo2 was awesome because of the whole live gaming aspect wich had not really been done before on a firstpersonshotter for the xbox.
then came the xbox 360 and games such as Gears of War, wich feautured mind blowing graphics, GOW is 3rd person shooter, i know.

I was slightly dispointed to see that halo3 graphics were not as good as Gears of War, all good tho, gameplay is more accurate online than GOW.

Clocked it on Legendary in 3 days. Once you have finished it there is not much fun left to be had, unless you play online, wich i rekon can keep you amused for a long time, im still not over it and remember Bungie will bring out new levels to play multilpayer on, havent played it in about a month though, been too busy. im a level 29 lone wolf now, add me if u want gamertag: Supaskunk

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  Reply # 103218 6-Jan-2008 22:42
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Yeah bro i played halo3 for bout a month non stop played bout 400 games won bout 300ish 

now all up ive played bout 630 games and won 500  and i just dont find the game as fun as i used too

halo 2 made mu stay up all night on meny ocasions  and yes guys i do hava life  and a gf hahaha  but yeh played bout 10000 h2 games

Bring out halo3 V2

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  Reply # 103228 7-Jan-2008 01:23
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GFs come in spartain form now?!
The game is slowing begining to get a wee bit boring. But it's mainly the idiots that you can get on there. There's nothing like betraying someone on your team who won't shut up.

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  Reply # 103263 7-Jan-2008 09:44
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haha gud one

Yeah thats always gud fun

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  Reply # 103609 8-Jan-2008 17:40
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i got over it as soon as the orange box came out, literally haven't touched halo since!

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