HL 2 is, at this point, the greatest FPS I have ever played in my life. Everything about it is amazingly perfect.
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Anyway, when I started playing the game, it sucks you into the world of City 17 and the inhabitants of that area. Everyone may know how the series goes, but if not, it feels like a movie in first perspective. That’s one thing I like about games: You are in the role of the main character (or characters) in the game, and you can go anywhere you like (unless the game you’re playing is linear, then it’s no fun.)
One thing I like about HL2 is the puzzles. Later in the game you get the Gravity gun where you can grab anything and use it as a stepping stone, as a shield, transfer one thing to another (endless possibilities, it never gets old!!!), etc. etc. etc. Another thing I like about this game is the physics engine. This is the first game I played that had this feature (I know the physics engine was used in other games before HL2, but HL2 to me is the best in using the feature so far. But that’s just me.) I won’t go into much detail, but you can also take the physics to its advantage when it comes to puzzle-solving.
If you missed out on this gem, you can either get the PC version or wait for the 360 and PS3 versions to come out. Whatever version you get, you won’t be disappointed