Saturday, 13 October 2012

Halo 4 Has Leaked - Beware of Spoilers


Some of you reading this have probably fallen victim to the attention seeking kids looking to spoil the Halo 4 story already. It's unfortunate, but the internet is no longer a safe place for those looking to avoid Halo 4 campaign spoilers.

Little English Halo Blog will remain a spoiler free zone right up until launch. To try and prevent anyone dropping spoilers in the comments I've disabled anonymous commenting, you can still comment using your Google account for now, but if necessary I'll disable commenting entirely - I'd really rather not have to do that.

You need to watch you steps on the internet for the next three weeks, YouTube comments will obviously be full of idiots, trolls are bound to target the Waypoint Forums too. I know The Halo Council are taking a similar stance to myself, so between Me, THC and Waypoint (not forums) you should be able to keep yourself well informed up until launch.

Tread carefully Spartans.

- Cowboy Out.

9 comments:

  1. It's a shame that potentially the game could be ruined for millions of fans.I truly believe that when this happens for games music and movies everything that can be done should be done to bring the release forward for the sake of the fans and the company.

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  3. I fucking hate myself.......I just watched the ending of halo 4 damn it :( :( :(

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    1. I feel bad for you man. I know that feel of regret after spoiling something for yourself. I've learned from other games. Atleast you know for Halo 5 to be stronger when fighting the temptation.

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    1. Cowboy, can you delete my comment as well? It was in reference to Bob's, and now that that's deleted, my comment basically shows what he said.

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  5. What pisses me off more about this situation is as much as people care for the safety of this information they really don't.

    Here's a bit of advice for anyone running a website.

    Be vigilant against people LINKING TONS AND TONS OF PICTURES from stolen media (as such Halo 4) this definitely includes videos! We don't need more people to know! That's the damn point in keeping virtual contraband out of others' (torrent clients, etc.) hands and hard drives!

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  6. I feel as though I'll be unable to read comments on here, which was 10% of the fun of your blog. People on the internet are just going to spread their misery best they can.

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  7. I can't believe this! I feel bad for 343i. 3 years of hard work, and people are just stealing the game for free.

    This might sound dumb, but I think someone either from Activision, or a COD fanboy who works at the facility did this crap!

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