- ROBERTO jh
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Posted by: Grunt Warchief
Posted by: ajw34307
Posted by: CrabbySpider
Heh! My ass! Well you can forget about Halo 4 being the first game to require you to read a novel to understand an important plot point!
You dont need to ready anything, the game tells you that he got out somehow but it cannot being discussed at the moment. The game acknowledges that something happen and if you want to know more go read a book.
That's totally different from Halo 4 just leaving stuff out completely and ignoring it.
BTW, Johnson is hardly an important plot point.
Acknowledging that there is a problem doesn't fix it; obviously he got out, no one had to tell us this. You still have a problem. If anything, reason would dictate that that's even worse. You acknowledge a problem and don't even bother trying to fix it? That's laziness right there.
And what, exactly, did 343i not even address? They addressed the Covenant problem in Halo 4, and gave more than enough hints and clues towards what was going on for someone to figure it out with some thought. All of the plot points brought up about the Didact that were necessary to the story were all explained, if not through the campaign, than the terminals.
I just don't get what was so hard to figure out about it.
Finally, Johnson is important, as he is the only living anchor to humanity for the Chief, and his best friend.
[Edited on 01.07.2013 3:05 PM PST]