Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
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Well Worth It
17 August 2011
Summary: I find this game to be a bargain for the price. Don't listen to these hard core gamers who sit for 20 hours a day in their underwear playing games and are never satisfied. For working people who only spend an hour or so a night at the computer, this game is a lot of fun, even for the 6 to 8 hours it takes to complete the single player missions. And all for less than 20 bucks.
Summary: This game is as fun as it gets. The story setting is right on with real world surroundings in Afghanistan. Most of the Characters are very realistic. The flying controls do need to be more like Battlefield 1942 flying controls. When you shoot a person in this game they do not respond to where the round hit them like in COD four and six.
Summary: i recently purchased this game and i gotta say it is great especially for the price i bought it at ,i recently saw it at a local Wal-mart for 60.00 dollars and i bought my copy for 30.00 dollars less ,and i have to say it's worth every penny it's very fun and entertaining ,but the only issue i have with this game overall would be the Online servers i wish there were more PC players out there i also play BFBC2 and i have to say there are alot more pc players out there for...
Summary: For all those worrying about whether or not you are going to need a online access to install/run this game, you don't. Thank you EA for a choice. During installation, I was asked whether I wanted to do a Disc Check or Online Activation. I selected a disc check and disabled my network adapter. It took about 20-30 minutes to install and after that I was able to play it without going online.
Summary: This is the 2nd. purchase I have made of this game. Had the 1st. one for a year. It would install, but never play, numerous errors reported, so I assumed the game was faulted. I ordered the 2nd. one and had the same problem. Finally got on to a chat room and was advised that, the instruction manual states " to play the game put Disc #1 into your CD player. Turns out it will only play when Disc #4 is inserted. After this is done, it plays fine.
Summary: With Pacific Assault, the MOH series moves to a higher level. In comparison to other WWII shooters, EA keeps the word "game" in computer game. In spite of its more intense detail and action, it still retains the cartoon feel of the previous MOH games. This is not necessarily a bad thing. EA has come out with software that may exceed the grasp of even the latest hardware.
Summary: This installment of MOH is wonderful. The gameplay really drags you in. Although very, well, hard during some missions, the game excuses itself from the table of war games with great graphics and a beautiful storyline. Only downside is that you NEED a beefy system to handle the game. Overall an almost perfect game.
Summary: This title is from a few years back but it still has excellent graphics. The storyline tends to be one directional but that is common in these types of games. I really liked the change up from ground to air and all the different weapons that were at your disposal. I have not played any of the other Medal of Honor series so I do not know what this title offers in comparison to the other games. All around a good game for a good price.