Excerpt: I simply cannot understand why people like Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. After hearing how great and exciting it is, I finally bought it and realized how great and exciting is isn't. And let me get this out of the way quickly: this game has, hands-down, the weakest grenades I've ever seen.
Excerpt: ?Medal of Honor? is a WWII first person combat shooter. The game provides a good amount of action in a beautifully rendered environment. The music gives you the feeling of triumph during victory and mystery during stealth. The enemy AI offers a good challenge and provides some great action.
Excerpt: I've been told that Medal of Honor is quite a successful series of games; I have personally never played any of the others because they all fell under the banner of squad-based strategy, something I'm not a big fan of.
Excerpt: Graphics & Sound: Medal of Honor: Allied Assault is set in a realistic-boasting World War II setting. I've only played their superb sports games, so I was excited to see how they would handle such an intense theater like World War II.
Conclusion: War Chest is a great introduction to the Medal of Honor series on PC and only looses marks because it's not completely deaf gamer friendly. The expansions are a little disappointing for various reasons (Spearhead because of it's length and Breakthrough because the missions are not as good) but...
Excerpt: EA's new Medal of Honor game for the PC has taken computer war gamers to an entirely new level. The newest addition to the franchise, started on the Playstation, has all the fun and ingenuity of the original, only this time, with a lot more punch.