Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
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R. Budge, Amazon
30 June 2006
Summary: I made the mistake of playing "Call of Duty" first based on reviews. Enjoyed myself so much that I bought this because it looked comparable; Big mistake. Call of Duty...Wow. Medal of Honor...Yawn.
Summary: I played COD before buying MOHAA. Matter of fact, I bought MOHAA because COD was rather short (in terms of levels), and I wanted a similiar game. I was annoyed by the choppiness and lack of realism in confronting the enemy, compared to COD.
Summary: The graphics are great BUT you have to take a look at the whole package. As other reviews have mentioned, the AI has a lot to be desired. I haven't tried the multiplayer part yet but as far as the missions go they are very frustrating.
Summary: I know it's an old game now but I thought I'd write a short review just in case. First the good news, this game pack consists of the main `Medal of Honour Allied Assault' game and an add on `Spearhead'. It runs without mods under Win 7.
Summary: Set in the European Theatre of Operations from 1943-1944, Medal of Honor Allied Assault Breakthrough combines eleven single-player levels with nine new multiplayer maps and includes new locations, new weapons, and new soldiers. As U.S.
Summary: This is the first game in many years that was a total let down to me.The scripted events are foolish.You can't change the fate of any of your soldiers.The maze is old.Gimmie some freedom of choice and movement.
Summary: I have played all of these and, whilst Breakthrough is great as a game, long and entertaining, it is knowhere near as STABLE as the others. I ran it on two machines, a Dell P3 running 98SE with 512 RAM and a Dell P4 with XP and 1024 RAM and it crashed about 10 times on each.