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Old 10-01-2007, 07:55 PM
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Halo 3 - game ending vs. commercials (spoiler alert)

Let me preface this by saying that I have never played any one of the Halo games. I think the story line is interesting; I just never picked up the controller myself - instead I watch my kids play.

Before Halo 3 came out, I have to say that I was completely amazed with the Halo web site - the "John 117 Memorial" thing. I thought that it was an awesome build-up to the game's release. I thought the story delivered on the web site about Master Chief allowing himself to be captured only to detonate a bomb to kill his captors as well as himself - thereby giving the humans the chance they needed to win the final battle - was an awesome way for Bungie to end the series.

I was in the room when my kids finished Halo 3 - and the ending was nothing like the marketing suggested it would be. Instead, Bungie left it wide open for Master Chief to return, even though the war was over.

Like I already said, I'm not a Halo fan, but even I was a little disappointed by the way Halo 3 ends.

Anyone else have an opinion on this?
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