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 bit easy on the normal setting and not tried it on the other setting looks like its going in the right direction but the series has a long way to go until it is a proper game
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. Taking a step away from realism, MOH:EA took a step backwards in my opinion by opting for a more arcade like feel to this FPS and is truly disappointing.
Excerpt: "...group of enemy soldiers. Yes indeed, Medal of Honour, European Assualt is a great game. Any bad points to make? Not many, but here goes. First of all, the time it will tak you to complete the game. Maybe a few months, but once you've got all four medals, you've run out of things to do. Really, the only thing left to do is have a crack at Multiplayer with your mates, and fights get very repetative after a while. Next, number of missions. This ...
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. Although i really enjoyed this title i found it not to be as good as other Medal of honor titles such as " Allied Assualt ". Even though Eurorean Assualt is a newer game the graphics are not really ...
Pros: great Graphics, Quite challenging
Cons: Not as good as some other medal of honor titles
Summary: Now then, I have been playing the MOH series ever since they came out and the majority of them have been good solid games (although the last did not really inspire me that much). This one does feel slightly different in the way it is set up and does take a small amount of time getting used to. But once you have it is still a very good game. Enough different weapons, enough enemy to shoot at, enough enemy shooting at you and wide ranging missions to contend with.
Excerpt: "If you have already played MOH Rising Sun and Frontline you know what to expect. I personally found this to be a bit on the easy side compared to the earlier MOH. I only had any real difficulty with the last two levels - the rest i tended to complete within 5 or 6 attempts. The last level did however seem to take forever - i began to think i was never going to complete the game. The gameplay is very good but your squadron can get a bit annoying at ...
Medal of Honor: European Assault (Xbox): medal of honour theme
12 May 2006
Summary: I am a collector of the medal of honour Triology and I was expecting something similar to medal of honour rising sun,frontline etc. I was very dissapointed when i purchased and played european assault, it was completely differnt to the others and i felt like i was playing the prototype of the inital games. In a nutshell boring and hard work.
Pros: more support from other troops more team work
Cons: complicated when it comes to using weapons and targeting poor quality graphics.
Summary: I bought my copy of Medal of Honour - Euorpean Assualt from Game for £12.97 as it was a pre-owned copy - normally a brand new copy costs £29.99. With all of the other games in the Medal of Honour series of games as a first person shoot 'em up you take control of an allied soldier as he progresses through various missions - in European Assault you also have a fire team of 3 other soldiers who stick to your tail or can be controlled to assualt enemy positions.
Pros: Great graphics - interesting gameplay - difficult to complete - involves using tactics
Excerpt: "I bought my copy of Medal of Honour - Euorpean Assualt from Game for £12.97 as it was a pre-owned copy - normally a brand new copy costs £29.99. With all of the other games in the Medal of Honour series of games as a first person shoot 'em up you take control of an allied soldier as he progresses through various missions - in European Assault you also have a fire team of 3 other soldiers who stick to your tail or can be controlled to assualt enemy ...
Pros: Great graphics - interesting gameplay - difficult to complete - involves using tactics - good sound effects