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Re: Halo Thread

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Re: Halo Thread

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Re: Halo Thread

Post by pixel » Tue Mar 10, 2020 3:26 am

I played some Halo 1 over the weekend, it's just as janky and weird as I remember it but damn it if I didn't hold my own in slayer. It's fun stuff, but I can't wait for 2 and 3 to come out.

I'm an old gamer now, I can't compete at these new shooters. It doesn't help that my friends like playing Rainbow Six: Siege, which is like advanced calculus compared to Halo 1's elementary school math.

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Re: Halo Thread

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pixel wrote:
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It doesn't help that my friends like playing Rainbow Six: Siege, which is like advanced calculus compared to Halo 1's elementary school math.
R6 isn't bad so long as you know where people peek from and the tight angles. Knowing that really helps.

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Re: Halo Thread

Post by pixel » Wed Mar 11, 2020 2:08 am

Skynet wrote:
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It doesn't help that my friends like playing Rainbow Six: Siege, which is like advanced calculus compared to Halo 1's elementary school math.
R6 isn't bad so long as you know where people peek from and the tight angles. Knowing that really helps.
Absolutely, I play a lot better on maps that I know. I've been picking operators that offer a more passive skillset like Echo or Dokkaebi, which I prefer.

But I still miss the days of Rainbow Six (1998) where there was only one map. :olol: It was actually the first game that made me join a clan, over on GameRanger on my graphite iMac.

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Re: Halo Thread

Post by Skynet » Wed Mar 11, 2020 8:49 pm

pixel wrote:
Wed Mar 11, 2020 2:08 am
Skynet wrote:
Tue Mar 10, 2020 7:02 pm
pixel wrote:
Tue Mar 10, 2020 3:26 am
It doesn't help that my friends like playing Rainbow Six: Siege, which is like advanced calculus compared to Halo 1's elementary school math.
R6 isn't bad so long as you know where people peek from and the tight angles. Knowing that really helps.
Absolutely, I play a lot better on maps that I know. I've been picking operators that offer a more passive skillset like Echo or Dokkaebi, which I prefer.

But I still miss the days of Rainbow Six (1998) where there was only one map. :olol: It was actually the first game that made me join a clan, over on GameRanger on my graphite iMac.
The problem is Siege isn't a R6 game, at least not like the old ones :(

And yeah I'm more about helping the team, than going for kills. That explains my shit KD :olol:

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