Podtacular 394: Rolling Back the Time

The upcoming release of Halo 3 for free through Games for Gold has stirred up quite the controversy and weary caution for the future of Halo, and rightfully so. AGL has changed tracks for their AGL 10 Indianapolis event to have Halo 3 as the featured game of the tournament. Several competitive community members have responded in a variety of different ways from the news, putting the question of Halo’s future into play. We give our initial thoughts that will inevitably lead to more shows talking about the future of Halo. As usual, we keep you up to date with the latest news in this week’s Halo Bulletin. Enjoy

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5 Responses to Podtacular 394: Rolling Back the Time

  1. Gagnon 30 says:

    Not just a sexy voice that makes me want to shave my chest and pinch my nipples, Brent actually nailed a point I couldnt say enough about, that Halo speeding up with each release (Reach and H4 in particular) is something I certainly dont like.

    I could/can handle sprint, but the CODness of the k/d rate excelleration in recent releases doesnt suit my fancy.

  2. Dave says:

    IMO after playing Halo 3 again, it seems so much more fast paced in some instances since the maps are smaller and so much more well designs, and Sprint can NOT comeback, just look at map design in Halo 1-2-3 and tell me how they compare to Reach – 4 and it just doesn’t make sense to have sprint in a game where your having to put so much shots into someone. Sprint works in other games like CoD for this reason.

  3. Gagnon 30 says:

    As for call for Beta.. Reach had beta.. and Reach was weakest of all Halos.

  4. Dust Storm says:

    You do have a point, but Halo 3 had a beta as well.

  5. Brent says:

    Halo 5 should have a public beta even if it’s solely for our entertainment.

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