Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
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Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
4 July 2013
Excerpt: This is the story of a young marine experiencing war for the first time. It flows like a great movie, tugging at your heart and pumping your blood with adrenaline. In short, this story and it’s characters are some of the best I have seen, and that is one of the main reasons this is my favorite WWII shooter.
Summary: Inspired by real events, Medal of Honor is an FPS game that introduces the Tier 1 Operator, a relatively unknown entity directly under the National Command Authority who takes on missions no one else can handle.
Summary: A good release for the PC without any real hinges on launch. Single player was great, but really short. Multiplayer is very fun and entertaining but I personally feel like this game will be short lived without more maps, a problem that could have been solved with the ability to mod maps.
Excerpt: 2007's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare changed the way we looked at war in the medium of video games. Infinity Ward's acclaimed shooter brought the genre to modern day with gritty realism and an unapologetic look at what it meant to be at war in the modern age. Think of it as the video game equivalent of Apocalypse Now . Now, EA's Medal of Honor reboot has the potential to do it all over again.
Excerpt: Graphics & Sound:
The men who fought in the Pacific Theater of World War II never heard of a singer named John Fogerty, and they certainly never figured anyone would clamor to buy a record by a group called Creedence Clearwater Revival. But the theme song of Electronic Arts’ most recent Medal of Honor game, Pacific Assault , could easily be “Run Through the Jungle,” because that’s a lot of what you end up doing in this game.
But hey, let’s break it down...