Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: European Assault (Dogs of War)
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Medal of Honor European Assault
29 July 2005
Conclusion: i think this game is the best in the series but has a lot of faults first game in the series to have good grpahics rising sun looked like a PS1 game thing that was unforgiveable is that it doesn't have xbox live only lan where you'd need 2 xboxes to connect it should have xbox live one player seems...
Conclusion: After the recent lacklustre games from the MOH series I wasn’t holding out much hope for European Assault. Maybe it’s because I’ve played Call Of Duty and Call Of Duty: United Offensive on the PC so much over the past year but whatever the reason is, I just couldn’t get into this game at all.
Excerpt: Meadl of Honor; European assault is a great game for a number of reasons. First, all the levels you play through more or less happened in WWII. This enhances the realistic effect, and puts players in the position a soldier might have been in. Second, it's realistic. hugely realistic.
Excerpt: In medal of honor European Assault for the first time in the long running Medal of honor series you can command other allied soldiers. This is a nice change and only adds to the game giving it more interactivity and makes it more realistic and enjoyable.
Pros: great Graphics, Quite challenging
Cons: Not as good as some other medal of honor titles
Summary: Without a doubt, the best MoH game in 128 bits consoles. I still don't understand how EA doesn't translate to other languages, neither videos or the game itself....but remenber a game called "Call of Duty" or the more recent "Brother in Arms"???...
Summary: I bought this game on the day of release and was very pleased with my purchase. This is probably the best Medal of Honour game released so far with outstanding AI and fantstic graphics. Single player invlolves your character William Holt in four major battles incl. the Battle of Bulge.
Summary: I rented and completed the new medal of Honor game and was delighted. The game has wonderful graphics, controls realism and an enticing yet very historical storyline. The games difficulty was just the right amount, hard enough to make you think but not bad enough to make you put the controller down.