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Half-Life 2: The Orange Box Member Review for the Xbox360

jong4tv By:
jong4tv
10/27/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE FPS 
PLAYERS 1- 16 
PUBLISHER Electonic Arts 
DEVELOPER EA UK / Valve 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
M What do these ratings mean?

This my review about Half-life 2 and episode 1 and episode 2 and other stuff in the Orange box. First Half-life 2. 1. The story you are man called Gordon Freeman in city called City 17. The try people to kill Gordon Freeman and some are help Gordon Freeman save the earth. 2. The gameplay is great because guns like shotgun other guns in Half- life 2. The Graphic are real nice because the face look the game is a movie. 3. Replay value is great because you can go back to your favourite missions. 4. The music and sound The music great because the music has lots of mood happy to sad. Bad Thinks and Good Thinks about Half- life 2 Bad Thinks 1. no online play. Good Thinks 1. There lots of guns. Final score A. Next Half-life episode 1. The story is great but very short. 2. The Graphic are real nice because the face look the game it is a movie. 3.Replay some think in Half-Life 2. 4. The Music and sound are some think in Half-life 2. Bad Thinks and Good Thinks  1. Very short 2. some think in Half-life 2 of Bad Thinks. Good Thinks are the some think in Half-life 2. The gameplay is the some think in Half-life 2. Final A-. Next is Half-life 2 episode 2. The story is the some think in episode 1 2. The Graphic are some think for Half-life 2. The gameplay is the some think in Half-life 2. 3. Replay value the in some think in Half-life 2. Good thinks and Bad thinks some think in Episode 1 and Half-life 2. Final score A.

Portal
The story is great because I get a gun that make Portal. The Graphic are great. The music is great and sound is not bad but need more stuff. Replay is great. Good Thinks all stuff about great game. Bad Thinks none. Final Score A+

Team Fortress 2
there is no story. The Graphic are great. There no music but sound is great. Gameplay is great. Bad Think 1. Only online. Good Thinks 1. There lots of guns to have. Now ending of this review about the Orange I love this Game. Over the score come to A+.


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