smilie120 said:well Bill Gates does onwn microsoft and they did develop the 360 and halo 3 will be on the 360 so its as good a chance as any others right?
but i dont want it to be him or il kill myself coz hes a geek
Lmao. Blaming everything on a modding chip?SPARTAN+MJOLNIR=OWNAGE said:Yeah, whoever made the video was a modder. Modders are people who put 'Mod Chips' in their Xbox (or ps2, Gamecube, 360, whatever), which allow them to create or download programs that alter the defaults in a specific game. for example, they can increase the speed of the fan in Zanzibar, make Warthogs pink, or even have the SMG fire rockets.
In that vid (and several others like it), the modder detatched the camera from it's normal position and flew it back into the Longsword Jet.
Bungie no doubt had the Helet-under-helmet for just such an occasion.
yep. but im did you read what was in the magizine? im pretty sure the bilgates thing was a joke :-lTwisting_Neather said:We are the gods of geeks :lindsey:
You will never see his face, because he is YOU!The face of the Master Chief is never revealed. His visor is solid reflective gold, like the faceplates of the Apollo astronauts. Halo 's designers see the Master Chief's facelessness as a dramatic device, a way of allowing players to place themselves in the game's leading role, to map their own faces onto that of a blank protagonist. "If he takes off the helmet, he should be you," says Marty O'Donnell, Halo 's audio director. "I mean, that's the big deal. Taking off the helmet is unacceptable." Engineering lead Chris Butcher agrees: "It's your experience. You have to be able to pour yourself into that icon." When nongamers look at the Master Chief's helmet, they see a forbidding, anonymous mask. But when gamers look at it, they see a mirror. They see themselves.