The episode mostly consists of John logging onto Halo 3 for the first time and meeting up with his longtime friend, Vincent, who invites him over to play some Matchmaking. The rest of the episode consists of Matchmaking's official Theme Song. This episode, Vincent suggests that Sandtrap needs more sand, To be accurate: Two Cubic Tons of Sand in one spot , which in return gets a quick retort from John on how ridiculous the idea is due to how large the quantity of sand on Sandtrap is already. As John tries to convince Vincent how much two cubic tons of sand really is, a random brown Spartan throws down a flare and startles the two. Out of irony, the brown Spartan was a real person and was not supposed to be in this episode. A white Spartan that Vincent was pursuing throws down a Bubble Shield, which Vincent oddly refrains from entering.
Halo seriously gives you a lifetime ban from matchmaking for quitting?
Microsoft Is Banning Halo 3 Players On PC For Being Racist
Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts. Change language. Install Steam. Store Page. Global Achievements. I just finished a game with a friend playing in the Action Sack playlist and, upon backing out of the lobby to do something else, I got a pop-up saying I was banned for a week.
Halo 3 is a first-person shooter game developed by Bungie for the Xbox console. The third installment in the Halo franchise , the game concludes the story arc begun in 's Halo: Combat Evolved and continued in 's Halo 2. Halo 3 ' s story centers on the interstellar war between twenty-sixth century humanity, a collection of alien races known as the Covenant , and the alien parasite Flood. The player assumes the role of the Master Chief , a cybernetically enhanced supersoldier, as he battles the Covenant and the Flood. The game features vehicles, weapons, and gameplay elements not present in previous titles of the series, as well as the addition of saved gameplay films, file sharing, and the Forge map editor—a utility which allows the player to perform modifications to multiplayer levels.
Cheating is when a player exploits a game using various methods, thus giving them an unfair advantage over other players. Any use of these cheating methods can get a player banned from Xbox Live entirely. Cheating has been a common problem in the Halo community; it began almost immediately after the release of Halo PC , and continued in Halo 2 and Halo 3. Users exploited bugs within the game or network to win ranked games, thus increasing their Matchmaking rank.