San Diego Comic Con is equal parts exciting and terrifying, and that goes doubly so for someone attending their first con in San Diego. Our first con was indeed San Diego Comic Con and we fervently searched out tips and tricks to make the experience as enjoyable as possible. Alas,
I’ve decided to release a video talking about three keys I feel gamers should remember if they want to get themselves sponsored. Too many times an individual thinks they’re ready for the next level, but end up following short.
So for a while I’ve had this idea stirring in my head. The idea was to create a YouTube channel dedicated to lifting and games. But of course I’ve never disciplined my self to carry out that goal. After a recent trip to Strength Camp to help with the Strength
A Forerunner and Promethian exclusive, the Suppressor is an ancient assault style automatic rifle that lives up to the name quite famously. As an almost mirror weapon to the UNSC Assault Rifle, this gun is mostly found and introduced by the primary weapon of basic Crawlers in the campaign mode.
The Designated Marksman Rifle (DMR) made it’s debut in Halo: Reach and is easily the most controversial weapon of the entire Halo series. Leaving one of the worst impressions on Halo fans, many of the community consider this weapon the death of Halo: Reach’s multiplayer experience all together. This weapon
Throughout the entire Halo series, the Covenant Needler has seen the most changes in each installment than any other gun on the roster. Progressively getting stronger, the Needler wasn’t always as much of a viable weaponry option as it is in Halo 4 and from the early years of Halo
The Promethean LightRifle is the semi- automatic rifle counter part to the UNSC Battle Rifle and Covenant Carbine, also one of the many new introductions in Halo 4’s weapon arsenal. So how does this weapon stack up against the tried and true? surprisingly pretty well but only for the more