Saturday, April 21, 2007

Halo 2 Maps and more!

Kage here with some new ideas on what to post. From now on i'll post things involving games, be it a review to a new game that just came out or information on older games. :D Fun fun, right?

Anyways, I'm sure many of you have played Halo or Halo 2 for the X Box atleast once in their life. :P If not then you're missing a lot! On April 17th they came out with 2 new maps Again for Halo 2! The new maps are called Desolation and Tombstone and both are classic remakes from Halo 1. Desolation is a remake of the map Derelict, a unique map unlike all the others with its new look! Tombstone is a recreation of an old favorite map of everyones, called Hang'em High. It's quite big and probably a new favorite for a game of snipers.
Another update was made within the month for another game, and I have to say it's quite a great update! The game Gears of War for the 360 got another patch to fix more glitches and such, and along with that patch was an update of a new game type! Annex. Annex is a game type almost like King of the Hill meets Territories from Halo 2. You and your team have to capture a point on the map for 60 seconds and when 60 seconds of possession has passed the point changes locations, unlike the other game types you get to respawn! Very fun IMO. And in ranked it makes it easier to get those achievements regarding 100 kills for different weapons! A lot more killing happens in Annex then any other gametype since you can respawn and the rounds are very long even on the shortest time setting!

That's all for news!

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At Apr 23, 2007, 7:22:00 AM, Blogger Kami... said...

YES! A Post about a Video Game that isn't Japanese OR Anime inspired!
Exactly the kind of quality post we're looking for...

I think if I post about my DOG it'll deal more with the subject of this site then this post does...


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