JesusChrist wrote:You want a reason of why they messed with the canon?
Halo: Combat Evolved followed the canon. Halo 2 followed all the events in "Halo: First Strike". Even though no more than one Spartan appeared in Halo 2, it fitted perfectly in the canon.JesusChrist wrote:Because the majority of fans aren't nitpicking freaks and wanted something fun.
Me and many others who enjoyed Halo and actually read the novels. The fact that you don´t read the novels doesn´t means that Bungie can suddenly fuck the whole canon. I know they respect the fans that don´t read the novels and that´s the main reason there are almost no references in the game, but still, no reason to fuck with the others who actually care about the Halo universe AND SPEND THEIR MONEY AND TIME reading what happens. As I said previously, a Bungie employee, Joseph Staten, wrote a novel, so I think it´s a pretty big deal.JesusChrist wrote:Who gives a shit, it's fun.
They were fucking strong in Halo: CE and Halo 2, and they were no foes in Halo 3. Invalid point, Elites have always been pretty badass.JesusChrist wrote:Why are the elites all of a sudden 20x stronger than they ever were in Halo CE, Halo 2 and Halo 3?
As I said previously, previous Campaigns respected what was written in the novels. I enjoyed Halo: CE, Halo 2 and Halo 3 campaign, and it fitted in the canon. Sure, some minor details that were ignored in the novels, but still, it fitted.JesusChrist wrote:Why is the game's story so different from the books? For a bigger enjoyment factor out of the single player campaign.
Rowby wrote:I only liked this campaign cuz it feels more military-like than the others.
Also, I noticed it too. This story is little off. I did read all the novels and found what you meant by canon and such.
But it don't matter with me. Anything is good.
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