Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007)

Video Game  -  Action | Sci-Fi  -  10 October 2007 (USA)
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Gordon Freeman, along with the help of human and non-human allies, continues his fight against the ruthless alien force known as the Combine.


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Credited cast:
Dr. Eli Vance (voice)
Alyx Vance (voice)
Vortigaunt (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Earl Alexander ...
Griggs (voice)
Dr. Arne Magnusson (voice)
Sheckley / Citizens (voice) (unconfirmed)
Judith Mossman-Spanish
Mary Kae Irvin ...
Citizens (voice)
Citizens (voice)
Ellen McLain ...
Overwatch (voice)
Harry S. Robins ...
Michael Shapiro ...
G-Man / Barney Calhoun (voice)


Gordon Freeman, along with the help of human and non-human allies, continues his fight against the ruthless alien force known as the Combine.

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Dr. Magnusson mentions that he will forgive Freeman about the debacle at Black Mesa involving a certain microwave casserole. This is a reference to Half-Life (1998), in the chapter "Anomalous Materials". While exploring the Black Mesa facility, you can enter a small kitchen area, containing two scientists and a microwave cooking a small box of food. If you choose to, you can keep turning the microwave's power setting up until the food inside overheats and explodes. A nearby scientist then says "My God, what are you doing?!" See more »


[after Gordon falls into a mine shaft and climbs back out]
Vortigaunt: What did the Freeman expect to find down there? Surely, the Freeman leaves no path unexplored.
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Referenced in NCIS: Dead Reckoning (2009) See more »

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Only minor "Mistakes"

"Half-Life 2: Episode Two" has a bigger diversion than "Episode One": It has new enemies, a new environment and even a new main character, which is as good constructed as the rest! Fortunately the gameplay is longer than in "Episode One".

But I think the first two chapters are maybe a bit too long: I feel like the really amazing game begins with chapter three, because the main story can continue then. I expected something larger in the last fight (as shown on the bridge...) and I don't like cliffhangers with no continuation or with a continue in about ten years!

These are just minor "mistakes". Of course I like this Episode very much.


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