Summary: i bought this in 2006 for 15 dollars at walmart. it is very nice for my laptop. but it sometimes likes to lagg a lot. and i have a great video card but i need to get some ram for my laptop but other than that this is very fun if you dont have an xbox
Summary: Yes. This game was quite good. It took place in the future more than 500 years. Those people are fully disguised in spacesuits. Their weapons are quite accurate. Travel to the future and experience with Halo.
Summary: Halo: Combat Evoled is as close to a great sci-fi movie as your going to get. The combat is great and vehicles only make the game more intense. Although it looks fun as ever the major downfall is the plain, meh, possibly even offensive single player experiance. It fun at first then it starts to repeat its self over and over again with the same weapons and even more the same levels.
Summary: There are two major factions when it comes to video games, and if you weren't aware of their existence I'll be happy to illucidate for you. Group 1, and by far the most numerous, are the console gamers. Group number 2, the one to which I subscribe, is based on PC games. I'll be the first to admit that as a PC gamer I tend to view consoles with suspicion as my experiences are that they place looks, flash, and hefty price tags above gameplay and plot.
Mark Hills "Nobody gets me, I'm the wind, baby!", Amazon
9 June 2006
Summary: It's finally here! And it's... okay. That I think is the best way to describe Halo- several years late, even before Microsoft assimilated Bungie, they had always planned to do a PC version, and had it been released three years ago, it would have been cutting edge. Instead, we get a two year old Xbox cast off retooled by Gearbox Software with oversight by Bungie.
Summary: Halo, the best selling game for the Xbox, has come to the PC. Not much of a change. All it has is extra maps and the addition of a Flame Thrower and a Fuel Rod Cannon. This does not change the fact this is an Xbox port.
Conclusion: If you wish to buy this game, having never played it before, beware that although there is a multiplayer-vs-mode available, there is no co-op mode in the PC version. However, there is in the Xbox version. This is a real shame. Obviously Microsoft and Bungee wished to encourage console owners by allowing them to have a little more as a reward for buying the Xbox. However, this seems a little mean seeing as only PC players who are Vista owners can play the sequel Halo2.