Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
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I started installing and everything was going great. I then found out the discs for Spearhead ...
Deranged Wolf, Amazon
16 March 2016
Summary: I bought the game and I used to play it a long time ago so I was very excited. I started installing and everything was going great. I then found out the discs for Spearhead and Breakthrough were switched. Such as Spearhead having the Breakthrough data. I had both so it didn't bother that much.
Summary: At first, it start as a casual fps, but further you go, worse it will go. Enemies see your movements through walls and sometimes they will start even shooting at you before you are at drawing distance.
Summary: An excellent game that needs to be promulgated to the masses of gamers who play COD. Single player has never been more compelling. Weapons are amazing. Game is a challenge in itself. I admit as my first pC game I had trouble getting used to controls.
Summary: I bought MOHAA and its Breakthrough and Spearhead extension when they first came out. As a WWII history buff, I was impressed with the faithful attention to detail of these games. Over the years, I lost much of my software, including the subject MOH disks after a move.
Summary: I grew up with this game... still is fun after all these years. its basically what really started it all, the MoH series is what started the craze in War FPS games back in the day. though the last good MoH game was AA...
Summary: The game that started it all. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault is actually the forgotten precursor to the modern day Industry leading (in terms of sales) Call of Duty games. Developed by 2015, a group of developers fed up with their monolithic and notorious publisher EA Games were forced to abandon...