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  1. Apr 12, 2013
    9
    Ill just keep it short. Honestly I was hoping for a bit more from this last Dlc. As it is it's good enough, fun to play and the maps are all balanced really well. That said nothing really stands out here. Perdition and Daybreak are solid but I was hoping for some larger arenas, being a big fan of big team battles. Idk it just doesn't seem as focused a pack as Majestic was. Id say its myIll just keep it short. Honestly I was hoping for a bit more from this last Dlc. As it is it's good enough, fun to play and the maps are all balanced really well. That said nothing really stands out here. Perdition and Daybreak are solid but I was hoping for some larger arenas, being a big fan of big team battles. Idk it just doesn't seem as focused a pack as Majestic was. Id say its my second favorite of the three Dlc releases. So yeah, its good old halo fun just wanted a bigger bang for the finale. Expand
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  1. Apr 10, 2013
    90
    Halo 4’s Castle Map Pack is a fitting end to the map DLC for Halo 4.
  2. Castle is another opportunity to celebrate how well Halo does vehicles without ruining things for pedestrians, then.
  3. Apr 9, 2013
    80
    Two and a bit out of three isn't a batting average to be ashamed of, though, and since Castle comes packaged with the usual array of playlist polishes to keep the game fresh, there's absolutely no reason for anyone still loving Halo 4's multiplayer not to embrace it. After all, it's a long wait for Halo 5.