Reviews and Problems with Halo 2 Multiplayer Map Pack
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Halo 2 Multiplayer Map Pack
Game Over Online
27 April 2006
Excerpt: Everyone knew it was coming. A game as unstoppable and ubiquitous as Halo 2 has been was going to get follow-up content. The first of such comes in the form of nine new multiplayer maps and a patch that fixes a few bugs, plugs a few holes, and makes the gameplay a little more balanced.
Summary: Bungie hasn't been resting since the
release of last year's blockbuster Halo 2, instead the influential developer has
been busy adding new content to the Xbox hit. Now, these efforts have come to
fruition with the release of the Halo 2 Multiplayer Map Pack.
Excerpt: . Gamers were dazzled with appealing graphics, excellent sound effects, a storyline with an ending that felt like a swift kick to the crotch, and of course, the multiplayer mode, which is the most popular aspect of the game and currently makes
Conclusion: environments, which will give Halo 2 gamers who have memorized each and every facet and detail of the original 12 multiplayer maps a chance for some fresh, new maps to improve their worldwide rankings.
Conclusion: is the most popular game on the Xbox, Xbox Live and is considered one of the best FPS games on a home console, Bungie needed to do right with this . In my opinion they hit the ball out of the park and if you don�t want to wait for the free download, you should definitely check this release out.
Conclusion: • Terminal : Terminal is another huge, complex map suitable for as many players as you can get to join the game. The location is based on New Mombasa, with a multi-storey car park and a monorail running straight through the middle (and you don’t want to get caught on the tracks, believe me).
Pros: Adds a whole new lease of life to a classic., Some of the new maps are set to become true favourites.
Cons: No new character skins or new campaign levels, so there's nothing for the solo Halo 2 player here., We expected more for £14.99., We’re making this up, there’s nothing to complain about here at all really.
Conclusion: You can hunt this pack down for just $29.99 which is pretty good, or download the maps from Xbox Live for around the same price - but then you miss out on the cool box. It's an essential addon for the Halo 2 multiplayer experience, but if you're more in co-op and single player you're better off...