- Jul 25, 2008
MEEEEEEEEEEEH!BolognaBaloney said:As someone else has already mentioned its 5 other games, also I judge from your picture that your an angsty little fella, and you don't like halo because you don't want to conform and enjoy a popular game; because your so different that you've decided to grow your hair out like millions of other teenagers in order to somehow express your individualism by matching all the angst-riddled teens. Congratulations are in order my friend.
Im sorry that was the incorrect answer.
Im also sorry for your lack of intellgence in matters such as my appearance.
(note: there was only 2 different games mentioned when i made the post, so your argument is invalid)
I hate Halo for a very valid reason, and Yahzee pretty much has the same ideals as me on the matter; I have played Halo 1&2 of course, as well as 3; 1. It was quite good for its day, the multiplayer was the only REALLY good thing. 2. was better in singleplayer and also the multiplayer was also improved, THEN comes Halo 3, a very mediocre-to-bad singleplayer with a lesser multiplayer, and people give it 10/10? It was the whole reason I sold my 360 and kept my PS3, Because the really good games ARE really good on the PS3 (and I don't love a game solely because its on my console only, same reason i don't want Killzone 2 and I also have low hopes for InFamous, im not biased, I just have an opinion). Which leads me to the same thing with the 360, about 85% of my friends who have got a 360 admit to getting it (and I quote) "because my friends have it" as a previous owner to a 360 and a current PS3 owner, I can say without question the PS3 wins in so many different ways, its hard to keep up.
And do you know anything about me, at all? I didn't think so, I have always been individual, ever since I started school, thinking of that, i was growing my hair when I was in year 4 and it still grows, I started growing my hair LONG before it became "cool", and personally, I don't care what anyone thinks, why should anyone conform to someone else's ideals? If you follow a crowd, you sacrifice your identity to blend in, the sign of a quitter.
Oh to finalise, if your going to take a shot at someone, make sure your well informed, not just guessing.