The lights are on
Bungie.net no longer handles player data for Halo titles. March 31 marked the end of an era for the studio.
"We have followed your careers with great interest here on Bungie.net, and you have gifted us a mountain of heroic moments to memorialize," Bungie said. "It is with a sense of awe that we step back and admire the impact that you have had on our games, and upon our studio.
"Thanks for sharing your stories with us."
Bungie released a massive infographic that compiled stats over the years. Click the image below to see the full-sized version.
At least 1 billion of those Halo 2 games were played by me. Only game I played more of was World of Warcraft, which is designed to waste time.
I really hope whatever their working on is unveiled at this E3. Being one of the most innovative developers in the business with the unlimited budget of Activision behind them, I have no doubt they will do nothing but impress with the Destiny Project, whatever it really is.
Idk this mIght be a wrong turn but u never knows
I remember weekends when I was in high school. About twenty of us would crash at my place with a bunch of Xboxes and televisions. And alcohol.
Halo shots. When you die, take a shot. Funny thing about this game was after a while a couple of us would just start taking shots for the hell of it. We needed friends with better skills.
Or maybe we just needed better friends.