Halo 2 also allows for the control of multiple vehicles, from the warthog, to the banshee and a couple of different heavy vehicles. You will have some pretty strong firepower to assist you on your adventures. In the single-player mode, you spend most of your time driving the vehicles, some of which have weapons that are controlled by you, other times you are merely the driver while you fellow troops will be the ones manning your weapons. I also must not understate the importance of the jump button, which I found can also add a tactical component to the game (especially at the end of the game). I also must mention that there is a new tactic that can be used against slower moving vehicles, which can result in a Grand Theft Auto-like vehicle jacking where you throw the drive out and commandeer his vehicle. I also discovered in multiplayer that this can be used against you, so keep this in mind while trolling in your vehicles.

Halo 2 will have you playing two roles, both as Master Chief and as the Arbiter. These roles are fairly similar, with the biggest difference being that the Arbiter has the ability to activate optical camouflage, which enables him to make a number of stealth kills throughout the game. This is the largest difference outside of plot and settings, meaning that all the weapons, including the energy sword, are available to Master Chief, just as the Marine weapons are usable by the Arbiter.


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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 12 April, 2011.

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