After spending decades in cryogenic sleep, the crew of the Spirit of Fire wake to find themselves on a Forerunner installation known as the Ark. But they are not alone.

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Alistair Hope
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Nika Futterman ... Alice-130 (voice)
Erin Stewart Erin Stewart ... Alice-130 (voice)
Jeff Steitzer Jeff Steitzer ... Announcer (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Atriox (voice)
Gideon Emery ... Captain James Cutter (voice)
Matthew Waterson ... Douglas-042 (voice)
Erika Soto ... Isabel (voice)
Mark Deklin ... Jerome-092 (voice)
Nik Doner Nik Doner ... Jerome-092 / Additional Voices (voice)
Faye Kingslee ... Professor Ellen Anders (voice)
Kate Pippinger Kate Pippinger ... Professor Ellen Anders (voice)
Courtenay Taylor ... Serina (voice)
Nolan North ... Sergeant Forge (voice)
Darin De Paul ... Shipmaster (voice)
Abby Trott ... Jackrabbit (voice)

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After spending decades in cryogenic sleep, the crew of the Spirit of Fire wake to find themselves on a Forerunner installation known as the Ark. But they are not alone.

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Action | Sci-Fi | War

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Follows Halo Wars (2009) See more »

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Somewhat bare bones
13 April 2017 | by residentgrigoSee all my reviews

Strategy games had a touch life on consoles till the 360 came along and the prequel ended up being one of the better such games of its time. The sequel sure took a while and everything seems great at first. The basic idea for the plot is strong and could work as a standalone Halo film. The technology is very impressive too (the army size in the last level is staggering!) and the controls are very fluid. The campaign´s content on the other hand proofs as surprisingly restrictive. You again only play as the humans and nothing happens in the story till the final cutscene. You don't even get to face the game's antagonist at ANY point, meaning that Halo 2 doesn't have the worst ending in the series anymore and Halo 5 now doesn't have the worst plot. Lol. The campaign is still fun enough and the multiplayer modes are also solid, even if I can't judge how balanced the new Blitz mode is. That one also relies on real money to buy new cards, which serve as your units. Halo and RTS fans should obviously get the game but I expect more from a sequel, the game´s campaign even finishes in a paid (!) DLC which stinks, so get the HD version of Halo Wars 1 first. 6,5/10


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17 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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Halo Wars 2 See more »

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Chicago Illinois, USA

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