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Halo Online second impressions... Tim 
Posted by: Tim at 6:34 PM EST on 8/23/2002
File Under: Games -> Xbox

Okay, so my impressions of playing Halo online weren't so hot, as you can see from what I said a couple posts down. Well, after playing the game online with a friend of mine, and with very little lag, my opinion of the game has improved quite a bit.

There's no way that it will ever replace Unreal Tournament on my PC as my favorite online game, but still... It's good fun when you're playing with someone who actually respects you and gives you a good challenge. Honestly, I can't see myself playing it much after SOCOM on the PS2 comes out, though.

Anyway, I just wanted to say that if you have played Halo online and, like me, weren't impressed, that you should line up a game with someone you know. As with any other online game, it makes a world of difference.
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