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#1 FearlessSpirit
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I find it strange if you don't care for them at all, why you would put your gamercard in your sig.

I do like them. They are cool. I don't care for the total score, but I do like the score per-game. That's what I'm interested in. But I don't go playing games I'm not interested in just so I can boost my score.

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#2 FearlessSpirit
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I see Ubisoft as a more quality department of EA. They have the exact same tactics but overall their games have more quality. But other then that they are the same. Crapping out sequels every year and milking people. So this is no suprise to me.
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I won't. It sort of has the same style as UT in terms of movement and tactics and I just think UT is, and has always been, a whole lot better.
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#4 FearlessSpirit
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I agree. When they say Mass Effect or Haze is a system seller, they really just mean a 'million-seller'. I just made that name up because I have no idea what to call it. But basically, they expect it to sell millions of copies.

But when a game sells millions of copies, it's still more likely that it sells that much to existing owners. Not other people without a console that get the console solely on that game alone. Which is what a system seller is.

However, I do think though, that Gears of War was somewhat of a system seller as well. If I recall correctly, the month that game was released in and after, the sales were actually profitable for Microsoft.

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#5 FearlessSpirit
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Depends if you have any other hobbies. You know, if gaming is your only hobby, you really should have time for it at least a bit. Even with a busy career and while married.

If it isn't your only hobby, then yeah, I could see that happening. I don't really expect myself to have time for gaming when I'm around the 30's (if married). But I'm still 19 so that will (luckily) take some time :P

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#6 FearlessSpirit
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[QUOTE="FearlessSpirit"]

Standard Edition
$ 59.99

  • Halo 3 game


Limited Edition
$ 69.99

  • Halo 3 game
  • Bonus Disc, features Making Off Halo 3, Behind The Scenes, Audio/Visual Callibration Tool
  • Halo Artbook
  • Metal Case


Legendary Edition
$ 129.99

  • Halo 3 game
  • Spartan Helmet, to hold DVD's
  • Bonus Disc, features Making Off Halo 3, Behind The Scenes, Audio/Visual Callibration Tool
  • Bonus Disc 2, features remastered cinematics from Halo CE and Halo 2, 'A day in the life at Bungie'
  • Halo 3 storyboard art

firestorm9305

Thanks for posting that information:D

No problem. I thought someone might want to know the differences. I got it from 1up.com by the way. It was pretty recent also.

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#7 FearlessSpirit
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[QUOTE="guitboxdude25"]ummm im not poor but im just getting the regular edition.dont see any point inwasting extra money to watch some boring documentary or making-of.MetalBerserker8

I totally agree. The only time I ever watched the second disc for the Halo 2 limited edition was the day after I bought it. Besides, I am in college and I have more important things to spend money on like gas, car insurance, bills, and taking girls out.

Well, girls want to be treated equally, so I say, let them take you out. :P

JK

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#8 FearlessSpirit
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Not my type of game. I'm not into those kind of fighters. I like technical fighters more.
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#9 FearlessSpirit
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Standard Edition
$ 59.99

  • Halo 3 game


Limited Edition
$ 69.99

  • Halo 3 game
  • Bonus Disc, features Making Off Halo 3, Behind The Scenes, Audio/Visual Callibration Tool
  • Halo Artbook
  • Metal Case


Legendary Edition
$ 129.99

  • Halo 3 game
  • Spartan Helmet, to hold DVD's
  • Bonus Disc, features Making Off Halo 3, Behind The Scenes, Audio/Visual Callibration Tool
  • Bonus Disc 2, features remastered cinematics from Halo CE and Halo 2, 'A day in the life at Bungie'
  • Halo 3 storyboard art
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#10 FearlessSpirit
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I don't think I will get it but if I did, it would be the regular.

I don't see why I should spend more money on a CE or other edition that doesn't really have anything worth the extra money.