OS: Windows XP/Vista/7 CPU: 1.2 GHz Processor RAM: 256 MB RAM HDD: 4.5 GB Free Video Card: 64 MB Sound Card: DirectX CompatibleMouse and keboard
Information: Half-Life 2: Episode Two is a first-person shooter video game, the second episode in a series of sequels to the 2004 Half-Life 2. It was developed by Valve Corporation in tandem with Episode One, the first game in the series, and released in 2007 via Valve's Steam content distribution platform.The episode was released both separately and as a part of a bundled package, The Orange Box. What New Here? Downloading Most popular games Ripgamesfun is free of cost and full version. You will also get here some of screenshots so you can see what game is this and system requirements also given below. All games uploaded to Pro Mediafire account so you can download direct games without speed limit, no payment.
As with its predecessors, the game is played in the first person as series protagonist Gordon Freeman against transhuman troops, known as the Combine, and other hostile alien creatures. Levels are linear but add a more open environment, consisting of puzzles and first-person shooter game-play. Sequences involving vehicles are interspersed throughout the game, breaking up moments of combat. One of the focal points of Episode Two was meant to be increased use of vehicles in open areas. However, the game retains its original linear style until the final battle. Episode Two has more puzzles than Episode One, including the biggest physical puzzle yet in the series—a damaged unstable bridge. The game features numerous "achievements" (similar to PlayStation 3's Trophies and Xbox Live's Achievements) for carrying out certain tasks. Some are essential to game progress, such as helping fight off an antlion invasion, or defeating the first Hunters. Others are optional tricks or feats the player can perform, such as killing a Combine soldier with their own grenade or running down a certain number of enemies with the car.