Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
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23 February 2014
Summary: I had, but lost the original War Chest when it came out in the early 2000's. Compared to todays graphics War Chest is certainly old school - but I love it. The game came in excellent condition and a bit earlier than I expected.
Summary: For starters I have to say that I am a huge Medal of Honor fan since back in the day on the original Playstation. Though with this was one I was surprisingly dissapointed. I will say though that for the money it is not bad at all for a playing experience.
Summary: i bought war chest with high hopes. dont get me wrong they are pretty good games. the expantion packs are a waste tho. they shouldjust combine into one big game instead of having to load the one you want to play. single player part of the games are good tho
Excerpt: Having played and enjoyed other 'Medal of Honour' games on both Playstation and Xbox I thought I'd give the PC version a go. Some technical information from the box is at the bottom of this review. This game was released in 2004 and is suitable for players over 12.
Excerpt: **The following review is in reality written three in one. They were written for gaming sites and they didn't have necesseraly the profile for the compilation.** I've bought Medal of Honor Allied Assault War Chest (EA Value Games version) with Call of Duty Deluxe Edition.
Pros: Medals awarded, soundtrack, various missions
Cons: Tank ride, low ammunition, easy mode = hell, graphics
Excerpt: You’ve a long road ahead of you, and don’t expect a nice Mediterranean holiday. If you’re not willing to lay it all on the line then you may as well start practicing your German, because if you don’t stop the Axis we’ll all be speaking it soon enough.
Pros: Great Graphics, Great Gameplay, A Classic
Cons: Starting to show it's age, when compared to newer games
One man's "greatest game in the world" is another's letdown
4 October 2001
Summary: I would really love to have someone release a WWII shooter that actually felt like WWII. And while EA likes to boast the realism, frankly that only goes as far as the weapons, the launguages and the location.
Summary: This game is OK. I had fun playing it, but I was not really impressed. I was not impressed with the realism: -There is no choice of weapons at the beginning of each stage. In the event that you don't like the weapon(s) you have, tough. You cannot drop one and pick up another.