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Making the Most of Your Halo 2 RSS Feed 11

Posted by Zonk
from the more-than-just-xml dept.
Keldog writes "CarnageStats.com is a web based service that takes the RSS feeds that Bungie so lovingly gave to Halo 2 gamers and does advanced aggregation and storing of this data so gamers can find their strong points, weak points, or just have a centralized place for their bragging rights. The site offers detailed breakdowns of stats by map, game category and game type. Filters allow you to see your performance by ranked, unranked and clan games. There is even a leader board for several different stats (Win %, Kill/Death Ratio, Total Kills, etc.)"
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Making the Most of Your Halo 2 RSS Feed

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  • Um. Okay...? (Score:3, Insightful)

    by Seumas (6865) on Sunday February 13, 2005 @03:57PM (#11661384)
    Haven't most multiplayer videogames been offering statistical breakdowns like this for years?
  • yes and no (Score:2, Informative)

    by TouchOfRed (785130)
    Yes they have for PC games, although not this centralized and in depth. As well, they havent had them easily accessible and exportable to other tools. The other amazing thing about this is that they get all your info from a CONSOLE game. Like the previous poster said, they took an already existing idea, and made it 10X better. Hats off to bungie.
    • Yes they have for PC games, although not this centralized and in depth.

      Many games have had statistics as in depth try this one [battle.net].

      Bungies made a good game props to them. But they didn't innovate that much. Their like Blizzard, they make good polished games by learning fromt he mistakes of the innovators. Their rarely innovators themselves.
    • Re:yes and no (Score:2, Interesting)

      by mobby_6kl (668092)
      Is it more detailed and centralized than Unreal Tournament's (the original) system? I couldn't find an example of what you get from carnagestats, so I can't answer this myself. NetGames USA (the company that provided stats for UT) is now owned by MS [microsoft.com], so you can't get anything from them either, but there are some example availible though. Here's one for the last game played [innovationsw.com], and all time human totals [innovationsw.com]
  • All of the tools... (Score:3, Interesting)

    by MrScience (126570) on Sunday February 13, 2005 @07:09PM (#11662803) Homepage
    I've tried to put together a list of all Halo 2 statistics software here [darkphibre.com], results of research while I wrote one of the most comprehensive [darkphibre.com] tools to date.

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