Pc Gaming Is Best.
Its Coming Believe
Published on November 16, 2008 By jamreal In Gaming

Do you guys remember when GOW was annaunce for PC?well it was when microsoft started there gamesforwindows thing and they where showing how they where going to have a GFW-(live) shelf in stores and on one of those gaming shelf there were a pc version of gears of war remember at this time microsoft didnt say anything about it coming on pc but a few weeks/months later it was revealed... now microsoft as just updated threre gfw-live service for pc and a stand-alone client/marketplace due out in 2-3weeks and on gamesforwindows.com (live marketplace)section of the website there is a preview of what the pc marketplace will look like its looking very promising i must say, but look carefully at the bottom of the preview you'll see halo3? there a halo 2 banner a the top and halo3 at the bottom but yu have to look really well to notice...check it out and leave a comment please let me know what you think...in the meantime i hope you are enjoying L4D and you pcgaming season that looks so good.Jamreal

on Nov 17, 2008

After what happened with Halo 2 for the Pc I don't think anyone cares anymore about Halo on the PC. And quite honestly really Halo is a pretty average shooter when held up next to other shooters on the PC, the only thing it's got going for it is a story.

I'm not trying to poop on your parade but that's pretty much how I feel about it.

on Nov 17, 2008

I'd more or less have to agree. The multiplayer has only been a huge deal because of its popularity over Live, while its multi on the pc is a pretty bland experience.

I'm not a Halo hater, but I could care less about playing Halo 3. I beat Halo 2 at a friends house and wasn't interested in 3 just to find out what happened in the story. The game never grabbed me.

on Nov 17, 2008

I'd go with that.  The PC is already pretty inundated with shooters, some of them very good and with well established multiplayer scenes. It'd be a tough sell, especially for Microsoft. All the Xbox hype they built up has only made PC gamers bitter and less likely to buy.

And to be honest, I don't think Halo has any trump card to play. It's got a few interesting design decisions - all ripped straight from Starsiege: Tribes of course - but regenerating shields aren't going to set the world alight. Meanwhile, it's squeezed between UT2004, Team Fortress 2, Counterstrike, Call of Duty 4, and the infinite creativity of their mod communies.

on Nov 28, 2008

I don't think Halo 3 PC will cause a landslide or anything, but a port won't hurt anyone as it's so popular and though it may not be groundbreaking, especially on the PC, it's undeniably a polished and well made game.