I actually am considering getting this. Not sure why though.
http://updates.kotaku.com/post/34799...n-express-billFinishing Halo 4 will give you cash back on your credit card. And it’s not like it’s some $1.52 ******** you get back from Discover either, it’s $25 off (or £25 in the UK) your American Express bill, provided you link the thing through a promo site.
Linking your card and collecting the “Wake Up, John,” achievement—granted when you finish the game’s campaign—delivers the rebate to your card. This is the first I have ever heard of a game giving you cash off your credit card bill for unlocking achievements. But AmEx and Microsoft have done the deed, so you might as well take advantage of it, if you have the card in your wallet. See here for more details (here if you live in Great Britain.)
Just linking your card with your gamertag gets you $10/£10 back on your statement. Completing a Spartan Ops mission (and getting the achievement for doing so) on any difficulty gets you some kind of coupon dependent on buying $100/£100 worth of stuff at a particular retailer.
There’s also a grand-prize competition: Be one of the first 25 in the U.S. (or first 5 in the U.K.) to finish Halo 4 on Legendary Mode and you get a free trip to E3. Oh, Christ. Having gone to four, let me tell you, second prize is two trips to E3.
That is pretty sweet. IDK how tough legendary mode is, but a trip to E3 sounds sick. And the rebate is pretty sweet too.
Not a fan of Halo. Really the only FPS I like are the Battlefield games.
Watched the video review on IGN. Looks even better than I thought. Apparently, there will be side missions for download each week for 10 weeks. Can't ****in wait.
There's only 8 missions though...hopefully it's not too short.
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Yeah the game looks very polished and well made just ehhhh. Think I've burned out of most FPS's. Halo can be a big point and spray game. I've started to like the more challenging stuff.
On legendary it can get quite challenging, but I think I understand what you mean. I only play Halo with a good Friend in CO-OP and it's just always good times.
Same here. I played Halo1 a ton when people I knew and it was a decent time. It's more of a "party game" than competitive IMO.
Oh no doubt but I stopped to really play competitive just don't have the time for it anymore and Console shooters were never something I thought of competitive play.