5 definitions by SpitShine Tommy

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The 5th installment of the Halo series, and the second in the new trilogy. Though it hasn't been released, probably has not been worked on, or even been officially confirmed, 343 Industries said Halo 4 would be the first in a new trilogy. Trilogy means 3.
OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGG HALO 4! *bounces off the wall*

*Hears there will be a Halo 4, Halo 5, and Halo 6* *Blows up*
by SpitShine Tommy July 21, 2011
Nature's training simulator for the zombie apocalypse.
Old people are non-lethal, but slow and will attack in large numbers. Just like zombies.
by SpitShine Tommy December 20, 2011
The 6th installment of the Halo series and the 3rd in 343 industries' new Halo trilogy. This game has probably not been worked on, has not really been announced, and is not coming out for at least 3 years (though this is not likely because there are usually 3 years before each new Halo game and Halo 4 isn't even being released this year).
Guy 1- Halo 6? Sounds kinda crazy, don't you think?

Guy 2- Meh. But when you think about it, you gotta wonder what they are gonna do for each new one.
by SpitShine Tommy July 21, 2011
Halo: Reach is a game made by Bungie Studios and was the prequel to Halo: Combat Evolved. It was supposed to be the greatest Halo title, but turned out to be terrible. It broke its own canon many times and introduced many new features that were terrible.
They broke the original Halo gameplay so badly that the golden triangle (guns, grenades, melee) turned into a square made out of moldy turds (Armor abilities, guns, grenade spam, sprint melee).
They removed many features that made what Halo was and removed dual wielding, and the most iconic weapon of Halo: The SMG. The Battle Rifle was also removed and replaced with a new, more overpowered weapon.
Bungie also brought back the health system which made sense, but made grenades way more powerful, without changing them.

The game was overall terrible and only ran for a few weeks off of hype. The game couldn't even hold #1 game on Xbox LIVE for more than a few weeks. Every other Halo game accomplished this for years, and even when they were not #1, they were still pretty high up.

There is a conspiracy where Bungie intentionally made Halo: Reach a bad game because they didn't want the fans to miss them and so 343 Industries could have an easy time winning over the fanbase and selling Halo games by turning Reach into something playable and remaking the first Halo game without changing a thing.
Guy: Halo: Reach is gonna be great!

*Plays Reach*

by SpitShine Tommy November 04, 2011
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