Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: European Assault (Dogs of War)
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Medal of Honor; European Review
3 September 2007
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. Although i really enjoyed this title i found it not to be as good as other Medal of honor titles such as " Allied Assualt ".
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.
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 positions.
Pros: Great graphics - interesting gameplay - difficult to complete - involves using tactics - good sound effects
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. Some glitches, annoying cut scenes and stupid team members did bump down my rating to four stars though.
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. Each battle contains 2-4 seperate missions. This is where the game is truely awesome as the AI is fantastic (smart and actually put up a good fght on the harder difficulties).
Summary: Probably the best Medal game on a console.All the levels are action packed & there are some nice touches,like having to explore to find bonuses.The main problem is just when you are starting to enjoy yourself the game ends.I bought this game on Friday & finished it tonight & that was only spending a couple of hours each night on it.Highly recommended to F.p.s fans but could have been 4 or 5 missions longer,hence 4 stars.
Summary: The problem with Rising Sun was it was too easy and too short...Now I'm not sure how short European Assault is beca\use I am not finished it yet...and I have to admit to being a little worried that it is going to be a little too short again. But this new inception of a popular title certainly takes away the pain that Rising Sun left us with....It certainly is NOT too easy.