Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
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9 February 2015
Summary: Severely mediocre. The core gameplay is there, and feels like a PC version of European Assault (a better game), but feels a bit more tactical due to being able to command your squad. However, this point becomes all but null due to the utterluly inept AI. Weapons are weak, sound is all overcompressed and sounds pretty sub-par. Game has no effective pacing, and drags some segments (like a Severely mediocre.
Summary: Just got this today, Great game, and I loved it, but when I Installed the game I ran into a little problem but got it resolved, and the problem was when I inserted disc 2 of the game, it wouldn't go so I had to copy the files from the disc 2 and the other 2 discs of game to my hard drive in order for the installation too be complete which worked and played fine.
Summary: This game has horrible collision detection problems, shoot an enemy in plain sight, nothing happens... move around a rock and get stuck for no obvious reason, walk up some stairs, get stuck on the first step, move around a tree, the scene jitters back and forth. It's also missing a few elements that made MOHAA great, it has a cheap feel, seems very buggy, lack of direction, repetitive This game has horrible collision detection problems, shoot an enemy in plain sight,...
Summary: By far the greatest world war 2 pacific theater FPS ever made!!! Love it... The fact that you don't actually go around and find cheesy medicine bottles to get healed but actually have to call for medical help from the corpsman is awesome. That gives this game a great sense of reality from the players perspective... Step into the shoes of PFC Thomas Conlin as he begins basic training at the USMC recruit depot in San Diego.
Summary: This is a great game for those who are just getting into online gaming. It is easy to get the hang of in that it does not require a lot of previous knowledge or experience. You can just grab your gun, go through basic training and it's off to war with you a reasonably competent foot soldier. Just keep your head down and listen to your sergeant.