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)
Dr. Arne Magnusson (voice)
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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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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 »


Resistance Fighter: I give the Combine a lot o' credit, though. They're tough competitors, a real class act!
Resistance Fighter: Shut up!
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Your 3D reviewer returns for yet another stunning Valve Classic
30 June 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

nVison 3D works perfectly in this the latest but hopefully not the last Half-life episode. What are Valve waiting for? We gamers have been waiting patiently for HL 3 to come out but as yet there has been little if not any indication other than Valve patenting half-life 3. If you have played all four Half-life games then you like the rest of us can barely wait a moment longer for the glorious day when we finally see HL3 on our game store shelves. Nuff said other than this is a must for all first person shooter players. Not only will it grip you to your seat but you WILL finish the game begging for more. So in closing 3D works perfectly and for me it rates a definite 10/10 which is quite hard for any game to achieve from this reviewer. Maybe Gordon isn't just asleep this time, maybe he is in a coma so our enigmatic G-man may greet us with something like - "Ahh you are finally alive Misssster Freeman, Get up, get up and smell the diamonds"

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