It really improves on Halo 2, though leaves the player with something desired in the end.
capitainbobert wrote this review on .
Forge, a new view of map making is the best way to describe it. Its not really "map making," its more of a, "holy crap I just dropped something on the map!!!" thing. Now the theater is something I personally like. Its always fun to go back to watch your mistakes, or close calls with being smashed by a Ghost or stuck by a grenade. All in all the game is better than Halo 2, which is great, I'm tired of Halo 2 anyways. It takes about 6-10 hours to go through the games campaign, which delivers a pretty good conclusion to the madness of what happened in Halo 2. The sound is great, the graphic details for environment and lighting was amazing (I could argue the character models). All in all, satisfying to the curiosity and anxiety of that last month of waiting.