Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
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VERY short game DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY even at 5 bucks
robert johnson, Amazon
28 December 2012
Summary: 4 hours at the most and the online will NOT support the 360 controller even thow the controller works for the one player part of the game......EA SCREWS THE POOCH AGINE....im going to stop buying there games and ileagly download them....
Summary: The game starts out sort of lame as there is no way to keep from getting killed right at the start. Do not worry as you are supposed to. There will be a cut away video when this happens and the next thing you are in " trainng ". Then you start the first missions. The art work is good, the movement and accuracy is not bad at all. Then on the level before the last they blow it and ruin a not so bad game.
Game has so much potential but not worth the purchase
8 November 2010
Summary: This game has so much potential in the single player campaign. The only problem with single player is how short it is. On the very first play through on the hardest difficulty the game takes maybe four hours. I have gone back and played the missions again and it only gets shorter and shorter. The story is good and the acting is well done but they should have doubled the content. Both Modern Warfare games have much longer single player campaigns.
Summary: I was very excited and could not wait for the game to arrive, finally a new installment from a game I used to enjoy many years ago, specially at lanparty's Within 30 minutes i was terribly dissapointed Single player: absolutely no freedom in movement and play style : follow the leader and shut up , no way to creativly seek to end a mission, only the fixed game scenario. The next dissapoint came when it ended, I could not believe the game was finished already.
Summary: DICE has been putting out some quality material lately. Mirror's Edge was my game of the year in 2008 because it dared to try something new in a flood of first-person sludge. And since I've been playing Battlefield: Bad Company 2 on and off for months now, Medal of Honor became the first game I purchased because it was produced by a developer I trusted. It was a pre-order. I watched my brother play some of the beta, and that was when I first developed some concern.
Summary: They did a VERY good job hyping this game. The game play online looked really good for PC. I mainly play multiplayer. I would say I'm an above average player on COD multiplayer, so I was very excited to play this game. It was INTENSELY frustrating! Between the HORRIBLE spawn times,spawn areas, weapon selection, maps, and camping, the game becomes very unfun very fast. No prone? Seriously?
This would be a good game.. if it was released in 2004.
C. Boeshaar, Amazon
25 October 2010
Summary: If this was released 5-6 years ago, it would've been one of the better shooters out there, but in 2010 it fails. - Singleplayer is yet again a ridiculously short and quick experience, which seems to be the trend these days with FPS games (put as little effort into singleplayer as possible because multiplayer is the selling point). - 2 different engines in singleplayer and multiplayer means you can do stuff you can't do in the other mode.
Summary: Compared to Bad Company this looks like it came out ten years ago. I appreciate the theme, which is the reason I purchased it, but the game comes off totally "cheap.". Restrictive gameplay feels like you may as well be on a kid's ride at Disney world where the steering wheel turns, but you really have very little to do with the way things go.
Summary: i have to say that normally i'm more than saticfied with all the medal of honor games,but this one i'm very dissapointed in,it's diffaculty level when played on hard is still too easy the game itself was way too short,i couldn't believe i was at the end already.when the last door was kicked in it changed so quickly that it almost felt like all of the game wasn't there.the graphics were great but great graphics don't make a great game.i paid $56.99 for this game and it...
Summary: There are few redeeming qualities to this game, most of which have been refined by other games. Those qualities include a ranking system, server browser, and weapon customization in multiplayer. Unfortunately, there are serious issues with this game. Pathing - If you don't walk the right way, the game will let you know it. This means you'll end up tripping up over a fallen brick and be held up while trying to evade enemy fire.