Half-Life starts to Decay

PlayStation 2 version of first person shooter due in November

Source - press release

The radioactive juggernaut that is the Half-Life franchise rumbles ever onwards, with Vivendi Universal today announcing that the PlayStation 2 version of the game will be available in the UK from November. Developed once again by Gearbox, who are carving a niche for themselves expanding the Half-Life universe with console ports and add-on packs, the latest outing for the award-winning first person shooter promises improved AI and graphics along with twelve exclusive deathmatch maps for up to four players to fight it out. The highlight this time is a new co-operative mode dubbed "Decay", which sees two players teaming up to battle their way through the game side-by-side. Which should be fun, for the two people who haven't yet played the game.

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