Way More Reasonable

WOOOAH, that’s kind of crossi… oh you meant “bet.” Okay then.

“All because my Halo spartan was female.”

  • Anonymous

    Goddamn illiterate morons get on my goat lol

  • http://www.facebook.com/EvilPixieGrrr Donna Nicholson

    WTF?  lol

  • http://twitter.com/d_cud Darryl Keele

    just WOW!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SWT4WSEPTZPQK232SXWABYBIPA Stephanie

    Um.. wanna try that one again?

  • Anonymous

    EDIT: I have a troll doll all the time, I bet you’re all jealous. You don’t got one. It takes walls of text to get them, you’re so jealous now. Yeah, you bet.

    Wow, all of this just because Halo spartan was female?! That is rather… impressive, or the opposite? Something something…

  • http://www.facebook.com/kroscovius Krista Roscovius

    How weird. And I do mean Zejex’s continued posting, of course. Not the original post. That shit is, sadly, normal.

  • Lydia Girdwood

     @ Zejex: Your giant paragraphs of DOOM were pretty hard to read. And no, I don’t mean the greyed out factor. Giant walls of text are hard on the eyes. >_>

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

    The main reason I play Reach and H3 is because they were non-biased enough to make fem. Spartans an option.  I like to reward developers who do that with mah monies. All the CoD games that refuse to acknowledge the fact that females are not only in combat operations today but have been since forever are breaking their own attempts at ‘realism’. ^_^

  • Anonymous

    Wow, this submission makes even less sense than usual… 

  • Anonymous

    I’m pretty sure just reading that lowered my IQ a bit.

  • Anonymous

    I thought males and females were indistinguishable in the Spartan armor.  What’d they do in Reach and 3 to makes the gender of the Spartan more obvious?

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

    You can only play as fem in Halo 3 in the multiplayer (since its Master Chief’s story) but the voice is different. Thats all. Just that one little option made me willing to play the whole game. And I LIKED it! XD
    In Halo Reach you can actually play as a fem. protagonist in single and mulitplayer. Aside from the voice, Noble Six has a slighter frame and wider hips, just like the other npc fem teammember of Spartan Noble Team. Halo Reach is to date my fav. first-person shooter above even N64′s Perfect Dark. ^_^

  • http://www.facebook.com/kroscovius Krista Roscovius

     I love Reach as well, but not for that reason. I actually thought allowing the main Spartan to be either gender weakened the story a bit. I doesn’t matter to me whether a protagonist is male or female, but I prefer it when it’s a specific one. I put the story of the game above all else, and making both a male and female protagonist, while suitable for RPGs, to me weakens a strict storyline.

    That again, again, I absolutely loved Reach. I do love the inclusion of a female Spartan in the multiplayer, as well as the voice options (Kat’s sexy accent FTW!)

  • http://facebook.com/deathbydd DeathbyDD

    So since Master Chief is a dude then Noble Six should have been fem. only.

    But you see, I don’t think it mattered that much b/c Noble Six never spoke. There was no gender-related interaction.
    I do not see how it ‘weakened’ the story.
    Mass Effect certainly profited from the very gender-specific character interactions bioware instilled…basically a whole new game played from either sex! <3
    I say good on them for make both sexes readily available.
    (and yes, it ROCKS in RPGS…and should be included in ALL shooters too).

  • http://twitter.com/JonelB Jonel Burge

    Oh, Zejex is from the Spoony Experiment. That explains a lot.
    Spoony’s Fans are usually misogynistic assholes who think that women owe them sex.
    Just FYI, guys.

  • http://twitter.com/sarasakana Sara Sakana

    Please explain to the class exactly how giving the player an option to choose a character he or she may more closely identify with “weakens the story”.

  • MisterTibbs

    He bit you?! After you died?! That’s just nasty. Learn to spell, young man, that kind of English will get you into all sorts of trouble.

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