Halo 2 campaign still AWESOME!

In honor of the Halo Master Chief Collection as well as the Halo 2 Anniversary portion of it being announced Monday, I decided play Halo 2’s campaign.

Wednesday night starting at roughly 10pm I started my Halo 2 campaign experience again. It had been several years since I had play the campaign and now was the time to celebrate it and relive it again. Thursday morning at just around 5:30am I finished the fight. Along the way I had lots of memories flooding (no pun intended) back to me.
• Fighting in Cairo Station
• Running the streets of New Mombasa
• The Bridge! (Really love that part for the Scorpion)
• Switching between Chief and the Arbiter
• Fighting the Heretic
• Going through all sorts of places in High Charity
• Facing the Flood (heh, no going lie, that got my blood pumping)
• The underwater transport (totally forgot about the fish)
• Attacking the Prophet
• Being the Arbiter and attacking other Covenant, giving Sgt. Johnson cover in a Banshee while he was in the Scarab

I could go on and on. Just SO many memories and still so much fun. I can’t wait to see what the new graphics look like throughout the whole campaign. We got but a taste of them from E3. If I could still enjoy the campaign in it’s original graphics from ten years ago, I’m CERTAIN I’m going to be enthralled by the updated graphics version!


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I’ve got tons of experience with Halo gaming and collecting. I feel I have something to offer to the greater Halo fan community. Posts along the way will be about tips and tricks in the games as well as collecting and many more Halo related things. I’ll also repost interesting articles from the official site, Halowaypoint.com, or from fellow Halo fan sites. As I continue this blog, I hope to help gamers who want advice on the games, as well as any collectors with regards to where to find collectibles as well as deals, coupons and so on. You can also follow me on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/#!/HaloFanForLife or Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/halofanforlife11. Welcome to my blog and I hope you’ll come back again and again. -Sal