Half-Life 2: Episode Two Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Half-Life 2: Episode Two Reviews7
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|Destructoid||9.0/10||Oct 12 '07|
|Game Freaks 365||9/10||Oct 27 '07|
|HonestGamers.com||9/10||Jul 12 '08|
|Thunderbolt||10/10||Jan 02 '08|
|Worthplaying||9.7/10||Nov 20 '07|
|Gamespy||4/5||Oct 10 '07|
|IGN PC||9.4/10||Oct 09 '07|
|»Submit a review link|
Half-Life 2: Episode Two Previews
|website||publish date||article rating|
|GameDaily||Apr 26 '07|
|» Submit a preview link|
Quoted from Half-Life 2: Episode Two Reviews:Check out these quotes from Half-Life 2: Episode Two reviews & previews
"Overall, Episode Two is the most satisfying installment of the Half-Life saga yet, in respects to both story and gameplay."
"If you loved Half-Life 2, you will love Episode 2. And the best part is, because it is running the upgraded Source engine, it will run fine on older machines, but look top-notch on gaming rigs. I will be eagerly waiting for Episode 3 the moment it's released."
"Any way you look at it, Episode Two stands out, even among the Half-Life series, as something special. It may be shorter than the original, but it's a burly experience packed into roughly six hours or so that offers up all the diversity, level design, and thoughtful gameplay we've known while making sure to propel the story forward and leave us wanting more. We definitely think you should pick up Orange Box for Portal (or HL2 and Episode One if you haven't played them) but if you like the series, you need to play this one. This is the addition Half-Life 2 fans have been waiting for. Here's to hoping Valve can keep up the pace and give us Episode Three in the next couple of years."
"Episode Two is an absolute must-purchase for any FPS fan. Its an amazing experience from beginning to end. I truly cannot think of a way to improve this game."
"What's more, HL2 Episode 2 features a few new things that also turn up in Portal and Team Fortress 2, like a new motion blur effect, more shiny objects, more splatter and generally more polish in every facet of the game. The characters are just as memorable, the minimal music is still excellent, and the animation and texturing are phenomenal, especially at high-res."
- Black Mesa
- Half-Life 2
- Half-Life 2: Episode One
- Half-Life 2: Episode Three
- Half-Life 2: Game of the Year Edition
- Half-Life: Blue Shift
- Half-Life: Day of Defeat
- Half-Life: Firearms
- Half-Life: Opposing Force
- Portal 2
- Team Fortress 2
- The Orange Box