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Feb 8, 2004 | 4:08 PM EST

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Honestly. It was good. The only reason I give you three stars instead of four is because you pretty much plagiarized it. I like the effect you had added but my verdict remains.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

that was fucking awesome, these needs more stars!


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Its not only on xbox

Its also on windows vista i know cuz i have been on halo and seen that it was on vista. now the the "movie" i don't like


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Here,take this knowladge.

Halo 2 is a science fiction first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie Studios. Released for the Xbox game console on November 9, 2004, the game is the sequel to Halo: Combat Evolved. After its initial release, Halo 2 was the most popular video game on Xbox Live,[2] holding that rank until the release of Gears of War for the Xbox 360 nearly two years later.[3] By June 20, 2006, more than 500 million games of Halo 2 had been played and more than 710 million hours have been spent playing it on Xbox Live;[4] by May 9, 2007, this number had risen to more than five million unique players on Xbox Live.[5] As of May 9, 2006, 8 million units of the game have been sold worldwide,[6][7] with 6.3 million of those units being sold in the United States.[8] As of September 25, 2007, Halo 2 is the fifth best-selling video game in the US[8] and is the best-selling first-generation Xbox game worldwide.[7]

The game features a new game engine, the Havok physics engine; added weapons and vehicles; new multi-player maps; and a continuation of the storyline from Halo: Combat Evolved. In the game, humans, who have developed faster-than-light travel and colonized hundreds of worlds, have been engaged in a war against a collective of genocidal alien races, the Covenant.[9] The player assumes the roles of Master Chief and the Arbiter, and fights enemies on foot or with a collection of alien and human vehicles.[10]

A Windows Vista version of the game was released on June 1, 2007 in North America.[11] It was developed by a team at Microsoft Game Studios who are referred to internally as "Hired Gun". Game developer Pi Studios will be producing editing tools for this version, which will allow users to create multiplayer maps.

* 1 Gameplay
o 1.1 Campaign
o 1.2 Multiplayer
* 2 Synopsis
o 2.1 Setting
o 2.2 Characters
o 2.3 Plot
* 3 Soundtrack
* 4 Development and release
* 5 Additional content
o 5.1 Halo 2 Limited Collector's Edition
o 5.2 Xbox Live updates
o 5.3 Multiplayer Map Pack
o 5.4 Blastacular Map Pack
* 6 Reception
* 7 Windows version
* 8 References
* 9 External links

[edit] Gameplay
In-game screenshot of Halo 2.
In-game screenshot of Halo 2.

Halo 2 is a story-driven action-shooter game with a first-person perspective.[12] The game features an expanded range of vehicles, as well as other gameplay changes compared to its predecessor. In the original Halo, health and shield bars are visible on-screen. In Halo 2, the health bar is no longer visible; instead, health regenerates quickly when the player is not taking damage.[10]

Halo 2 features more than fourteen human and alien weapons, many new to the series. Certain weapons can be dual-wielded, which allows the player to compensate for reload times, while sacrificing accuracy and the ability to use grenades for raw firepower. The player can carry two weapons at a time (or three if dual-wielding; one weapon remains holstered), with each weapon having advantages and disadvantages in different combat situations. For example, most Covenant weapons eschew disposable ammo clips for a contained battery, which cannot be replaced if depleted. However, these weapons can overheat if fired too rapidly in a short time.[10] On the other hand, human weapons are less effective at penetrating shields and require reloading, but cannot overheat due to prolonged fire. The player can also carry a total of eight grenades (up to four of each type: plasma and fragmentation); however, grenades can only be thrown when single-wielding.

Another new ability found in Halo 2 is the ability to board enemy vehicles that are near the player and traveling at low speeds. The player or AI latches onto the vehicle and forcibly ejects the other player or AI from their position.

[edit] Campaign

The game's "Campaign" mode offers options for both single-player and cooperative multiplayer participation. In campaign mode, the player must complete a series of levels that encompass Halo


Rated 0 / 5 stars

Start Problem

Wheres The Start ?