Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
4 July 2013
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. Even so, MoH:AA suffers at times of being too linear and overly scripted. But do its strengths outweigh the weaknesses? You bet. You play as Lt.
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. Firecrackers make more of an explosion than the grenades in this game.
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. I really wish English were a more descriptive language so I could express my pleasure, but may I simply put that the graphics on this game are top-notch industry leading. The environments are absolutely perfect!
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 overall it's a great package.
Excerpt: When I was a kid I really enjoyed war movies, especially those set during World War II. The Guns of Navarone , A Bridge Too Far , The Eagle Has Landed ... they all featured brave men going up against the evil Nazi war machine and fueled the imagination of a young boy. Now there is a game which takes me back to those Saturday afternoons watching war movies, except now I can be a part of them. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault does a great job of making you feel like you...
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. EA has used the Quake 3 engine to create a gaming experience no one was expecting.
Excerpt: Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (MoH:AA) is Quake 3 engine powered WWII-themed (1942-1944) straightforward first person shooter from developer 2015 (Wages of SiN mission pack creators). It's the first game in the Medal of Honor series to reach the PC, the first two Medal of Honor and Medal of Honor: Underground were developed by Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks Interactive for the Sony PlayStation.
Excerpt: Admit it. When you saw the opening battle scene of Saving Private Ryan – despite all the horror, gore, chaos and loss of young life in the line of patriotic duty – you thought to yourself, ‘Man, this would make a really kick-ass video game.’ Well, your politically incorrect wishes have been granted.