Halo 5 Guardians and Halo Nightfall with Kiki Wolfkill at Comic-Con 2014
Chris gets a chance to catch up with Kiki Wolfkill to learn more about how Halo Nightfall ties into Halo 5 Guardians at Comic-Con 2014.
"Gaurdians," talks with the "casters," looks like Gamespot needs some new copy editors to keep those mistakes from appearing in their headers. There are writing MFAs looking for work right now.
nobody cares. destiny is the new halo now. everything halo did wrong bungie have fixed. more than exceeded my expectations. halo 2 ruined halo for me, I was never a big fan of the shooting mechanics on halo it was all about the story and cutscenes what made halo good. halo 2 unfortunately only had 2 good campaign levels other than that it was all about the multiplayer (and I was never that into the multiplayer). destiny however has great multiplayer and great story missions, strike missions, social features and so on.
Do you honestly need two videos back to back with the title Halo 5: Guardian? Gotta get that sweet MS money huh?
@Aaronp2k Um. No. It's not Halo. It certainly has similarities but from what I've seen so far it's not nearly as good.
You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. This game is no where near game changing as halo was and is lacking in respect to all the hype being generated. Destiny falls short of the hype and then some. Halo remastered is better then this.
@Aaronp2k Only bitter Sony fanboys think Destiny is the new Halo. It's not, and it ain't close.
@WingChopMasta Could it just be that the videos were recorded as part of the same appointment with MS/343, so were in the can and edited back to back? Oh no it must be a conspiracy against Sony and Nintendo.
Had one too many conspiracy theories?
Well, yes. Why would they separate them? That'd seem even more awkward really. Plus, stop with the conspiracy stuff. They're there to give you, and themselves information about whatever project they're looking into, because they're also interested.
@WingChopMasta ive seen ps4 videos back to back before
whats your point?
they're reporting on news as it comes out.