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Franchise Review: Halo


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“Halo: Combat Evolved” was the first ever game I played on my first Xbox 360, and I loved every second of it.

My brothers and I had a blast playing free-for-all or team death match. Being the best of us, I would always get teamed on. I still beat them even if they were teaming.

My experience with the community has been overwhelmingly positive. I have had people invite me to their party and I would just play with that random group for a day, all of us having a great time. I have also never joined a match to a kid screaming profanity through the mic, which is the reason I don’t play “Call of Duty.”

I loved all the games except for ‘Halo 4’ and ‘Halo 5’, both seen as rather bad by the Halo community. I can remember spending entire days playing them alone, or even with others.

The Bungie Halo games had this sense of teamwork that the other games lack. I always had fun getting on the elephant and rolling around with the entire team, or getting in a Warthog or Falcon. The Bungie games encouraged this friendly and relaxed environment. Bungie created a game appealing to both casual and competitive player. A casual player could still contribute to the team, but a skilled player was still able to tear the other team apart.

Halo will always be a part of my childhood and my favorite game franchise. I will always enjoy jumping on Halo and having a blast.

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