Halo 2 is a first person shooter video game, developed by Bungie Studios; it’s the sequel to the 2001 game of the year, Halo: Combat Evolved. It also has a new game engine and physics engine, which isn’t really that great. I mean, you can’t even upend a Warthog with grenades anymore, nor can you send them or other various objects soaring like you could in Halo: Combat Evolved.
Halo 2 has had over half a billion games played over the Xbox Live
service. However, this does not make it a good game in fact, it’s probably the worst sequel and multiplayer game ever created, and it’s full of in-game flaws like inconsistent weapons, unbalanced maps, flawed weapons, and a melee system that doesn’t work and a terrible net code that can’t prevent cheating, even with the previous 2 auto-updates.
There is a big debate as to whether Halo 2 is a superior title to Halo: Combat Evolved. Majority of the Halo 2 fans prefer it over Halo 1, as most of the Halo 2 community have never even played Halo 1.
Halo 1 was a game based on skill and professionalism; however this is nonexistent in Halo 2. The new features like dual-wielding, energy swords, high auto-aim and the high magnetism eliminate the skill factor in Halo 2.
Many people think Halo 2 is a better game than Halo 1, these people are called ‘idiots
’. Halo 2 is full of these 'idiots
', 99% of whom create the Bungie.net
If you think you’re good at Halo 2, think again, it’s the game that plays for you. You go to melee someone and it does it for you, it aims for you, the bullets follow the target, the rockets follow the target (apart from hitting the ground half of the time), the grenades even lock on.
Halo 2 had the potential to be the greatest online console FPS gamer ever created, but it was ruined and noobified by dual-wielding, energy swords, high auto-aim, high magnetism, lunging melees and other in-game flaws that ruin the Halo experience.
Based off of the Bungie.net
community, I have absolutely no hope for Halo 3.