Hi! Good Day! I need some serious help regarding with the Halo Games. I have a lot of question regarding with the installation on the PC
1. Is HALO series can be played in PC? 2. If it can, then can it be played in Windows XP? 3. Is NO, is there a way I can do something about the game or my PC so that it can work? 4. If YES, how can I do that?
These are the four main question that I am having problem with. If whoever answer these question that needs more details or specifications I'll answer as long as I can find the answer
Thank you so much! EINJHELIRISH
[COLOR=orange]I do not know about the entire series, but [COLOR=deepskyblue]Halo: Combat Evolved[/COLOR] and [COLOR=deepskyblue]Halo 2[/COLOR] are indeed available on PC, and are also well able to run on Windows XP.[/COLOR]
Wow! Thanks Landale, but where do you get those files? are they downloadable or can be purchased?
[COLOR=orange]They can both be purchased on DVD-ROM. [COLOR=deepskyblue]Halo 2[/COLOR] is old enough that it might also be available in CD-ROM format, though it is highly unlikely after so many years.[/COLOR]
Thanks Landale. CAn you also tell me what are the computer requirements for halo 2
[COLOR=orange]According to Google, the minimum requirements are:[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]OS: Windows Vista™ (although there are unofficial patches to make it run on XP)[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]Processor: 2 Ghz Pentium 4 class processor (or x64)[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]RAM: 1 GB[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]Hard Drive: 7 GB[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]Video Card: DX9 graphics card: WDDM driver, PS 2.0/32BPP, At least nVidia 6000 or ATI x700 or above[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]Online Multi-player: Internet connection for Games for Windows – LIVE[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]Drive: DVD-ROM drive[/COLOR]
Halo: Combat Evolved is available on a standard CD; it's pretty old and will run on even shitty computers. You can find it in most stores that sell PC games for $20 or so.
Halo 2 is also available on PC, but as far as I know it's DVD-only, and requires Windows Vista or 7. I wouldn't bother with it unless you really like the single player and don't have an Xbox, because nobody plays it.
Halo 3, Halo Wars, Halo: ODST and Halo Reach are only available on Xbox 360.
Technically, you could play Halo 3, Wars, ODST, and Reach on your PC, but you'd need an XBox 360 emulator (which they don't make), a rom of each game (basically a way to translate each game into a single file that can be run on the emulator), and a really expensive, nice, and super-fast PC. (And did I say expensive?)