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'''''Half-Life 2: Episode One''''' is an oddly-named sequel to [[Half-Life 2]]. The game is shorter, but was an attempt to make the series more episodic so that new additions could come out every few months. That didn't work as people have been waiting for episode three for many years now.
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'''''Half-Life 2: Episode Two''''' is an oddly-named third game in the [[Half-Life 2]] series.
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==Status==
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I own this game and have beaten in a couple times.
  
 
==Review==
 
==Review==
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* '''Overall:''' 8/10
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* '''Best Version:''' Windows
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===Good===
 
===Good===
 
* The hunters are a wonderful new enemy.
 
* The hunters are a wonderful new enemy.
 
* The new doctor is quite obnoxious, but a good addition.
 
* The new doctor is quite obnoxious, but a good addition.
* The seamless move the train crash of Episode 1 is a perfect way to start the game.
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* The seamless move from the train crash of Episode 1 is a perfect way to start the game.
 
* Alyx Vance continues to be a fantastic addition to the game.
 
* Alyx Vance continues to be a fantastic addition to the game.
 
* The ending battle is wonderfully epic.
 
* The ending battle is wonderfully epic.
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* I don't like the fact that Dr. Vance and the Vorticons share a very similar voice from the same voice actor. It makes them seem less-real.
 
* I don't like the fact that Dr. Vance and the Vorticons share a very similar voice from the same voice actor. It makes them seem less-real.
 
* There is a very annoying bug in the physics engine that sometimes vaults you into the air after you walk over a odd-shaped object. Especially the gnome!
 
* There is a very annoying bug in the physics engine that sometimes vaults you into the air after you walk over a odd-shaped object. Especially the gnome!
* I don't like it when games make achievements things that are necessary to beat the game anyway.
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* I don't like it when games make achievements for things that are necessary to beat the game anyway.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:50, 3 July 2017

Half-Life 2: Episode Two is an oddly-named third game in the Half-Life 2 series.

Status

I own this game and have beaten in a couple times.

Review

  • Overall: 8/10
  • Best Version: Windows

Good

  • The hunters are a wonderful new enemy.
  • The new doctor is quite obnoxious, but a good addition.
  • The seamless move from the train crash of Episode 1 is a perfect way to start the game.
  • Alyx Vance continues to be a fantastic addition to the game.
  • The ending battle is wonderfully epic.
  • The game is considerably longer than Episode One, which is nice considering the first one seemed too short.

Bad

  • I don't like the fact that Dr. Vance and the Vorticons share a very similar voice from the same voice actor. It makes them seem less-real.
  • There is a very annoying bug in the physics engine that sometimes vaults you into the air after you walk over a odd-shaped object. Especially the gnome!
  • I don't like it when games make achievements for things that are necessary to beat the game anyway.

Ugly

  • Nothing.

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