Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
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Saving Sam, Amazon
29 April 2013
Summary: Game is full of bugs and it doesn't seem to keep up with the great previous chapters of the famed Medal of Honor of WWII. It seems rushed to market and not very well thought out. Save your money or go elsewhere for your FPS fun.
Summary: I wouldn't recommend this game because for several reasons 1. In order to play multiplayer you'll have to download punkbuster which will slow your pc. 2. The game is lagging and my spec are good. 3. Not feeling the game it don't get me into the Afghanistan fighting ground.
Summary: Why is EA's Medal of Honor always playing second fiddle to Call of Duty? In my opinion it is mainly the length of the single player campaign. The fact is, there are still lots of gamers out there that don't have the time or inclination to get good enough to hang with on-line multi-players. We don't want to simply spawn and die, spawn and die, spawn and die. For that reason we want, no we crave, a consuming, lengthy single player campaign.
Summary: I never have written a review for anything but felt compelled after playing this. Save your money and wait for new Call of Duty. Single player game is so short, I mean real short, and multi-player is just awefull. I gave it one star cause the graphics and sound effects are good. I am so disappointed.
Summary: I can't recommend anyone this game due to the fact of the single player length is about 4-5 hours long. Multiplayer isn't good at all: Spawn killing is common place No leaning or prone. Best campers win. Maps are small and poorly design. The dust from explosions or just from the map makes it hard to see targets. It's very common to get killed and never know where it came from, so you can pretty much camp one area the whole match.
Summary: I feel gypped and ripped off. I spent $60 on this piece of garbage, played it for about an hour and have already given up on it. This game probably would have been great when the first MOH came out. In fact, it looks, plays, and feels like the very first MOH. I don't understand how a game that comes out in 2010 can have absolutely no environmental interactivity. Shoot a window... nothing happens... shoot a barrel... nothing happens.
Summary: While the game is generally fun for a few hours, I do have to say it has its serious downsides and that I have regreted my purchase: * The iron sights are way to close to the avatar's eyes and thus unrealistic looking. This is one reason I disliked Bad Company 2 so much. Operation Flash Point got it right way back in the early 1990s so why can't newer FPSs? * Spawn killing is common place.
Summary: I tried installing on 2 different computers , one Windows 7 , the other Vista . All i can say ...... good luck getting the POS installed at all . Ah well , EA gets no more of my cash ! If they can't get it right by now .... they never will :/ ** Update - 4 days later , i finally got the game to install ... somewhat . The multi-player works fine , but still no single player mode . And as others have stated here .... the multi-player is a bad joke .