Review: December 2004 Archives

Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: Electronic Arts


Platform: PC
Reviewed on PC
Windows System Requirements: Pentium IV 1.5 GHz, 512 MB RAM, 8x CD ROM drive, 3 GB HD space, 64 MB video card, Windows 2000 or XP

You have failed to define yourself, soldier!

"As Marine Private Tommy Conlin, you must survive the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor and then join the Allied crusade to defeat imperial Japan's bloody conquest of the Pacific."

Half-Life 2 Review

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Publisher: Vivendi Universal Games
Developer: Valve


Platform: PC
Reviewed on PC
Windows System Requirements: Pentium III 1.2 GHz, 256 MB RAM, DirectX 7 compatible video card, 4.5 GB HD space, internet connection, Windows 98 or more recent operating system

Every five to six years, someone strikes gold with a first-person shooter (FPS). In this case, Valve struck it twice.

Gordon Freeman has returned to a very different world than the labs at Black Mesa he left behind in Half-Life. The Combine appears to dominate humanity both inside and outside the desolate and depressing City 17. But the spirit of rebellion lurks just beneath the complacent veneer of humanity. And Gordon Freeman is just the physicist to send that rebellion bubbling over.

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