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1 definition by Grant Clulow

 
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Halo 3 is the worlds most disappointing game ever. It is also extremely overrated and got everyone hyped up for a huge disappointment, also just used the game to receive loads of money for trailers etc.
It is just either a fancy patch for Halo 2 or Halo 2.5
All of the multiplayer maps are all of the originals from Halo 2 but changed slightly and given a different name. Example: Last Resort = Zanzibar but without the glitches and slightly changed, Valhalla = Coagulation but slightly different, etc...
Multiplayer is boring and repetitive with millions of fanboys and 10 american kids swearing at each other all the time. Also full of nooby weapons including: Rocket Launcher, Spartan Laser, Energy Sword, double wield shotgun's etc etc. Nice one Bungie, 3 years for a waste of time of noobyness and boring repetitive play.
Campaign is probably the highlight of the game, but is also ruined due to shortness, (you guessed it!) more repetitive gameplay. I could literally run through the first two levels without equipment or jumping. The plot is also not very good. It may as well be called Halo Online and not include a campaign because they just try and get that out of the way so that everyone can go online. Legendary difficulty is really easy, the AI are meant to work as a team and I completely forgot all about it before being reminded just now on Wikipedia because I saw no signs of it.
Graphics are practically the same as Halo 2 as well and there not that good any way in comparison to better graphics in games such as BioShock, Gears Of War, The Darkness, Call of Duty 4 and many others.
Halo fanboy: Halo 3 is amazing!
Any other gamer: Oh right, explain the campaign to me, I don't fully understand it.
Halo fanboy: There was a campaign?!? I was too busy being a n00b online with all the n00by weapons and making fun of people online because I think I'm hard because they can't see me or reach me and making fun of games that are better than this one I didn't realise.
by Grant Clulow September 27, 2007