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Halo: Combat Evolved Videos and Trailers - Mac

Halo: Combat Evolved
Game Description:As a member of an elite military force, you must fight to defend the Earth from alien aggressors on the ancient alien artifact known as Halo. You must fight your way through Halo's mountainous terrain and underground labyrinth to discover the secrets of the mysterious world, and protect the human race. Escaping Halo with your life requires a cunning wit and a major arsenal of weapons. A variety of guns and other weapons range from stealthy and silent, to loud and destructive. Switch between foot-based fighting and vehicle-based attacks, where you can pilot flyers, tanks, buggies, or dropships, or man the guns while another squad member drives. Multiplayer action in Halo: Combat Evolved is top rate, giving players the option of co-op missions, or free-for-all shootouts.
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