Summary: This is an excellent value for money. The graphics look good for the year it was made, and the audio-visual effect is excellent. The story is engaging, and the weapons used are realistic and well-detailed. Overall it's a nice shoot-em-up. That being said, there are far too many enemy soldiers at every level. It's realistic when raiding an enemy base, but even a house in Normandy has about 20-30 soldiers.
Summary: I liked this product. Just got back into the shootem up games. The only problem I have had is the graphics. Background buildings, etc. fade in and out and are white or grey until they become closer to the player. I must need a better video card. I am currently looking for one.
Summary: by todays standards, this is no ground breaker. the game is on rails and completely scripted. but its still great and at the time, one of a kind. if ur into MoH at all, this is the one to buy. everything after it has been mediocre. here u get AA with 2 expansions for a steal. just buy it.
Summary: The game loads quickly and plays well. If you are not a missions kind of person, play online and sharpen your skills against other live players. The online servers are great with very little lag. A fun game that any action gamer will enjoy.
Summary: If you look at all the potential problems with playing MOH: AA four years after its release, there are some substantial ones. It's quite outdated, and after playing newer games like Pacific Asault, the Call of Duties, and Brothers in Arms, it certainly looks and feels it's age. It's also extremely unrealistic (wait, you mean that level where I have to infiltrate the German sub-base, blow up the sub, and kill 8,000 Germans on the way out didn't actually happen?).
Summary: MoH:AA is a World War 2 first person shooter. You play the role as Lt. Mike Powell. This game includes real WW2 weapon systems such as the Kar 98, Tompson SMG, BAR, Mg42, panzercheck, M1 Garand, and more. Now with the review: Graphics: Graphics are very well for the Quake 3 Engine. I love the vegitation that it has. From tree's to thick bushes. I've seen better graphics but MOH:AA is just fine. Game Play: The AI in singple player is smart.
Summary: A word of caution: If you're coming from games like Halo of other "run-like-a-headless-chicken" shooters, this game may not be for you. To be sure, Halo was a work of art, but MOHAA raises the bar to an insanely high level. Gameplay 4.5/5 I, for one, was suprised about MOHAA's rather covert-based feel to most the levels. Not that it doesn't have a lot of action, because it most certainly does.
Summary: You've just been enlisted into the army as Lt. Mike Powell during World War 2. Your first mission: free a fellow comerade who has been captured by the Germans. Right from the start, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault rockets ahead of all the other WW2 games I have ever played (and no, RTCW isn't a WW2 game, its fiction). The levels are superbly designed, snipertown and D-day had me crying for more.
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. It was a real treat to discover these "Legacy" games were still available. I snapped them up thru Amazon, and found them to be all I had hoped for.