Posted on February 7, 2008,

Halocal: A New Way To Track Your Halo 3 Stats

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If you are tired of tracking your Halo 3 stats on Bungie’s site, there are now some new options. One of those include registering on Halocal.com. An interesting aspect of this site is the ability to search stats of users based on location. As you can see in the images below, I was able to pull up stats from other players in my zip code. Unfortunately, the ranks are based on your skill level in the game. We all know skill level doesn’t exactly mean a whole lot in Halo 3. I actually enjoy playing against generals in the game, because I know that most generals have inflated statistics. Personally, I believe that the only statistic that should really matter is win percentage. If you have a high win percentage, it means that you know how to work as a team. Too many Halo players could care less about team-work, even though it’s crucial for success. We also have to keep in mind that the “wheelman” is probably the most unappreciated role in the entire game, even though it’s probably the most important.

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3 Comments on Halocal: A New Way To Track Your Halo 3 Stats

somewhat

On February 8, 2008 at 7:43 pm

”We also have to keep in mind that the “wheelman” is probably the most unappreciated role in the entire game, even though it’s probably the most important.”
Trying to soften me up ? Because, you know, I do have over 1842 wheelmen at the moment. Just in case you were wondering. :wink:

William

On February 8, 2008 at 11:50 pm

lol yeah. I felt bad posting stats of a game where you had a -8 k/d ratio lol

bobby brown

On November 19, 2011 at 11:49 pm

I am hands down the best wheelman. and Halocal sucks as it does not allow valid gamertags. halocal sucks