Halo 2 PC
Halo 2 shooting game in 2004 developed the first Bungie. Released for the Xbox video game console 9 November 2004, this game is the second chapter of the franchise Halo and continued in 2001 in the critically acclaimed Halo: Combat Evolved. Microsoft Windows version of the game was released on May 31, 2007, which was developed by a group of Microsoft Game Studios is known as a mercenary. The game is a new game engine and physics engine uses Havok; additional weapons and vehicles, as well as new multiplayer maps. Players alternately assume the role of Master Chief and external conflicts and centuries human between the 26th Space Command and human pact assassination of the United Nations.
After the success of Combat Evolved, continuing as expected and anticipated. Bungie found inspiration in plot points and gameplay elements that were excluded from the first game, including multiplayer over the Internet via Xbox Live. time constraints made a number of reductions in size and scale of the game, including Cliffhanger ending game mode campaign, which left many studios are not satisfied. Among marketing efforts Halo 2 is an alternate reality game called “I Love Bees” that involved players solving puzzles in the real world.
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At the time of launch of Halo 2 is the most popular video games on Xbox Live, apart from that rank to release Gears of War for Xbox 360 almost two years ago. By 20 June 2006, over 500 million games have been played Halo 2 and more than 710 million hours were spent games on Xbox Live, May 9 2007, the number of unique players have grown to over five million. Halo 2 is Xbox game first generation sold more minimal million copies sold in the US alone. The game received good reviews from critics, with many publications welcomes a strong component of multiplayer games. The campaign, however, was the focus of criticism for failing to end.
Minimum system requirements
Video memory: 128 MB ATI X700, NVidia 6100 or better.
Delivered only in DVD: Yes
Hard drive space: 7 GB
Operating System: Windows 7 or Windows Vista