Campaign or Multiplayer
Nice to see that im not alone in really looking forward to playing the campaign.
"Campaign, Legendary, with my cousin, not stopping till we complete it. Then, go nuts in MP. "
Really? Legendary straight away? I take my hat off to you. I admit i always play on normal on my first playthrough. I try to justify it by saying that way i can enjoy the story without the frustration of being sucky :D
" Campaign, Legendary, with my cousin, not stopping till we complete it. Then, go nuts in MP. "Something like this.
Also, I just found out you'll get the Halo 360 Slim for free if you are among the first 10 in line for the midnight release. SWEET!
One speed-run type campaign playthrough on Heroic so I can experience the whole story for myself, then probably another playthrough with some friends on Legendary to get some achievements and replay the best missions. After that it's all competitive multiplayer, with the occasional foray into Firefight.
multiplayer. normally I would do campaign, but since everyone else is doing it, I want to see the matchmaking say: hum...we found one other guy, and that's all. His name's Bigrhyno, have fun, the two of you. By the way, just in case, campaign is available...you know....
" Campaign. I don't understand how someone gets a game and goes straight for the multiplayer. "Basically this. I'm generally not a competitive gamer (At the most, I just like to be a dick to all my friends for always kicking my ass when we play together), so I like to have fun with the SP, get the feel for the game, and then go into multiplayer once I've played with everything else in the game. So I'll probably end up going Campaign, with some forge thrown in, then after Campaign is finished, I'll get into the Firefight stuff with some friends, and with more Forge, then I'll go online for a while.
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