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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows 95
Rated: Teen
4.3 out of 5 stars 459 customer reviews

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  • Battle in over 20 missions as you accomplish yor mission objectives and turn back the Nazi tide
  • Over 21 different historically-accurate weapons -- from mounted machine guns to flame-throwers to stick grenades
  • Fully interactive environments allow you to use terrain as an advantage and destroy whatever is in your way
  • Special disguise mode lets you wear enemy uniforms and sneak around
  • Realistic battle action in the days of World War II!
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Medal Of Honor: Allied Assault puts you behind enemy lines in France, as you battle to end the Nazi invasion!


In Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, you play as Lieutenant Mike Powell, member of the famed 1st Ranger Battalion. Following your recruitment by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), you'll battle through more than 20 challenging levels based on historical military campaigns of World War II. Set during the most trying years of the war--1942 to 1945--Medal of Honor: Allied Assault imparts a sense of the courage it took to survive the landings at Normandy, the assault at Arzew, a rendezvous with the resistance outside the village of St. Lo, and the push through the heavily defended border of Germany to take the bridge at Remagen.

Staying true to the gameplay features that made Medal of Honor one of the most acclaimed bestselling games of 1999, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault builds on that success, adding new player weapons, interactive Allied vehicles such as Sherman tanks and M3 Half Tracks, smarter enemy AI, and artillery strike calls. Fully realized 3-D worlds utilize the powerful Quake III engine. The game also features an original orchestral score by Medal of Honor composer Michael Giacchino and sound effects from the award-winning Medal of Honor sound design team at EALA.

In Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, get access to more than 21 historically accurate World War II-era weapons, including Thompson submachine guns, Mark II frag grenades, .50-caliber mounted machine guns, flamethrowers, and "sticky bombs." Battle more than 18 enemy vehicles, including the Tiger Mark I heavy tank, Stuka dive-bombers, and V2 rockets, and encounter 22 different enemies, including Wehrmacht snipers, Kradschützen motorcycle troops, and Gestapo officers. Assault enemy units alone and as part of a crack military squad. Multiple online options including team combat and traditional last-man-standing modes.

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  • ASIN: B00005N7YR
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 1.5 x 9.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 23, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (459 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,839 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Being a 1st person shooter, WWII history and Saving Private Ryan fan I was looking forward to this game for a while. It starts off with one of the best opening levels I've ever played (and that's saying allot). The heavy scripting is so well done it completely immerses you into the world of a WWII soldier. Trying to keep this short so I'll hit on the major points;
Very good. Nice explosions and character modeling. Lacked some of the punch of Return to Castle Wolfenstein, but will not disappoint you.
Fantastic. There are different types of levels from running around like in most FPS, to being the gunner on the back of a jeep, it's all fun.
Great. From the 'clink' of your rifle's clip running out, to the enemy soldiers yelling out 'Actung!'. Music is always appropriate and adds to the overall effect.
Amazing. This is where it really shines. I have never been going through a level and caught myself thinking, 'This is a great game.' while playing until now. The opening level draws you right into the action. The Omaha Beach Landing mission, yes it is straight out of Saving Private Ryan which I think is a great thing, absolutely amazed me. I had been reading about it for months before release and building it up in my mind the whole time. It did not disappoint. Having said that, the last couple missions were not that good (kinda boring actually), but the first 3/4 of the game are well worth the cost. The last level gives you no warning that this is the end which did upset me a bit.
The ending [wasen't so good] and came on too quick. You will need a good system to enjoy it...
Buy it and enjoy . . .
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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (MOH) is without a doubt one of the most entertaining first-person shooter games I've played in quite some time. The game begins a U.S. Army Ranger on a secret mission in Algiers and continues with a journey through the history of the western European campaign in WWII. In MOH, you find yourself riding Tiger tanks, sniping Nazis in the rubble of bombed-out European villages, sabotaging U-Boats, assaulting Nazi camps in a torrid blizzard and even storming the Beaches of Omaha.
Usually, when I replay missions in first-person shooters (FPS), it is because I am bored with the game and looking for anything that will allow me to enjoy it again. While playing MOH, I found myself purposefully restarting missions because I enjoyed them so much. The mission that allows your soldier to storm the Beaches of Omaha is straight out of the opening scene in the film "Saving Private Ryan." If you are a fan of FPS games that use snipers in single-player missions, you will get a kick out of MOH as it has some of the best sniper missions I've ever played in an FPS. Each mission in MOH is a change from the previous one. I've rarely seen so much variety in single-player missions in an FPS.
The graphics for MOH are impressive but you'll need an expensive video card to see the full effort artists put into this game. It's rare but I don't have many negative things to say about MOH. Grenades are a large part of any FPS based on WWII and I feel the mechanics for grenade throwing in MOH could be better. MOH needs more objective style maps for multi-player but the MOD community is working on it at a frantic pace and supposedly the developers will be releasing more maps in the future as well as an expansion pack.
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I'm a WWII buff, and spend most of my waking time emmersed in a in a WWII era daydream world. For me, WWII is the center of the universe. I am also an avid gamer and usually like the Rainbow 6 series for its immersive quality. I've just played the demo, and it has taken parts of that WWII fantasy world (American perspective after D-day) and made it as real as possible. Outstanding! Playing it is like living inside a Stephen Ambrose book. MOHAA has just totally blown any of the R6 games out of the running for the most immersive game. The only complaint I would have is the lack of control that the player has over their squad. I'd like to be able to tell them to get back or to get down while I snipe an enemy for example, instead they end up getting killed. At the same time, one develops a sense of responsiblity for their men. You really don't want them to die. Unlike R6 where one could care less. This is all in all the best game I've ever played in my life. Avid gamers may disagree, but WWII buffs shouldn't miss it!
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I just got a really good computer, and one of the reasons is because of MOHAA. It is a really realistic and really fun. The sound is incredible, the shells hitting you and the ground sounds like your actually there. The D-Day level is really, really, fun. Can't make it better. The way the enemy AI is pretty good. They act like real soldiers. Some run away, some take cover and wisley and accuratly fire at you, and some take cover and blindly fire at you. The levels are fun, yet challenging (especially the later levels). The graphics are really good, better than Frontline (the MOH sequel for PS2), and it came out after MOHAA. There are six missions, with about five levels per mission. Mission 1- Algeria, North Africa. November 7, 1942. You have to recue a SAS Agent being held prisinor. After you do you have to blow up som flaks and many other things. Mission 2- Trondhiem, Norway. February 12, 1943. You have to blow up a u boat by dressing up as a nazi soldier, kill a prototype, and many other things. Mission 3- Normandy, France. June 6, 1944. You land on Omaha beach on D-Day and clear out a bunker, kill an anti-aircraft gun, and many other things. Mission 4- Normandy, France. June 12, 1944. Your deep behind enemy lines and you have to rescue a downed pilot and do many other things. Mission 5- Brittany, France. August 20, 1944. You have to capture a king tiger tank and defend a base and many other things. Mission 6- Siegfried, Germany. January 18, 1945. You steal a new german machine gun, plant bombs inside a musturd gas company, and wreak havoc in the Nazis home.
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