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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeph View Post
    Halo 3 would be bound to the same kind of limitations as H2V. Windows Live is just a total bitch for modding.
    Well, here's to hoping somebody over at MGS decides to changes things up a bit by then.


    Quote Originally Posted by UXB
    IF, and it is a big IF, Halo 3 is brought to PC I sincerely doubt that there will be an editing kit or an SDK as PC people like to think of it, because from Bungie's perspective there is one: They call it forge.

    Bungie is an Xbox game company, a successful one, and software for consoles has a different user model than the mouse/keyboard PC users. I could be wrong but I suspect that their break from MS will make it logistically more difficult for them to have access to the PC game design teams to port their games.
    I somehow doubt they'd be stupid enough to believe Forge would fill the void of dev tools
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    Quote Originally Posted by Botolf View Post
    Well, here's to hoping somebody over at MGS decides to changes things up a bit by then.



    I somehow doubt they'd be stupid enough to believe Forge would fill the void of dev tools
    amen to the first stament
    course i think that forge could be a nicer replacement to sapien, but no not a whole editing kit (and really if you look at it, when constructin levels in forge, all you're doing is repositioning and adding things... like sapien)


    bungie branched off from MGS, but weren't they originally mac game devs, who's to say that they can't return to the world of pc game production (i mean if they did it once, they have the capabilities to do it again)
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    Ya, just saying they use the tools for years to build up the game, they know as well as any of us that Forge can't completely replace Sapien, let alone the entire set of tools
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    Quote Originally Posted by Botolf View Post
    If Halo 3 PC doesn't have an editing kit, I will be the closest thing to depressed without actually being so

    H3V, 2010: Believe?
    maybe you guys should add a petition to speed up the relase for halo 3 pc version. Obliviously going to be vista only so i wouldn't even bother asking for an XP version.
    Just a thought.

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    nah, it'll come out in 2 years with vieanna
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    Good to see this finally made it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 343guiltymc View Post
    I remembered months before the game's release, someone said that " if you're PC can handle vista, it should have no problem with the H2V". Oh I was such a fucking fool, believing that statement.
    Low settings.
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    There was so much hope for an awesome game way before release, then it slowly shrivelled up until it's 'launch'.. I'd still like to know what bungie really think about this game, they've been so quiet..

    Count me in..

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    Re: Buyer's Remorse - An open letter to the devs of H2V

    What Bungie thinks? Why, they think its Halo 2 of course! If you know what I mean.

    Forge was a compromise. The Bungie Way.

    I'm sure the developers for the port are MORE than aware of the problem...s. They were, are, there every step of the way. But do you think they have any room to talk? They're a Hired Gun. They're paid to do what they're told. You can't get angry with people doing their fucking job.

    Also, petitions don't do shit, I hope you realize that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snaver View Post
    .. I'd still like to know what bungie really think about this game, they've been so quiet..
    Bungie is doing the smartest thing they can do with H2V by being hushed about it all.

    What I am really curious about is if Microsoft will break-even on the investment they have made in releasing H2 for the PC. I suppose a $49.99 USD it wouldn't surprise me if they did...just curious.

    Jcap, I know this letter has been in the works for a while now, and knowing that MS has failed to do anything that they actually said they would do, leads me to believe this letter will probably fall on deaf ears. But you can throw my name into the mix. Like everyone else, I am sorely disappointed about the condition of the EK. The more I get to know it as I am working on my own map, the more I am getting frustrated with how it compares to the original HEK (un-hacked). Even the tutorials basically suck ass compared to the original and the original tuts can't really be considered comprehensive. There are so many holes and lack of continuity between what is said and what can be done.
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