Halo Combat Evolved

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The Final Fantasy Legend - Gameplay - Combat
... Combat is initiated when the player encounters an enemy, which changes the map to the "battle screen" ... Combat ends if the party successfully flees, all enemies are defeated, or all player characters are defeated in the last case, the game ends and must be reloaded from the last save ... Party members that lose HP during combat can have them restored via curative items, spells, inns, or elements of the world such as healing fountains ...
Halo (series) - Reception and Critical Response
... Aggregate review scores Game GameRankings Metacritic Halo Combat Evolved (Xbox) 95.58% (PC) 86.28% (X360) 81.80% (Xbox) 97 (PC) 83 (X360) 82 Halo 2 (Xbox) 94.62% (PC) 72.67 ... During the two months following Halo Combat Evolved's release, it sold alongside more than fifty percent of Xbox consoles and sold a million units by April 2002 ... Halo 2's sales generated US$125 million on its premiere day, making it the fastest selling United States media product in history up to that time ...
USNS Lewis and Clark (T-AKE-1) - Description
... The T-AKE is a new Combat Logistics Force (CLF) Underway Replenishment Naval vessel that replaces the current capability of the Kilauea-class ammunition ship, Mars-class and Sirius-class combat stores ships ... Kaiser-class oiler, the T-AKE replaces the Sacramento-class fast combat support ship ...
Halo (series) - Adaptations - Books
... There have been numerous printed adaptations based on the Halo canon established by the video games ... Larry Niven (author of Ringworld) was originally approached to write a Halo novelization, but declined due to unfamiliarity with the subject matter ... The first novel was Halo The Fall of Reach, a prequel to Halo Combat Evolved ...
4th Combat Cargo Group
... The 4th Combat Cargo Group was a World War II United States Army Air Forces combat organization that served in Tenth Air Force as part of the China Burma India Theater of World War II ...

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