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Medal of Honor European Assault - PlayStation 2

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4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews) 73 / 100

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  • Explore the real history of the OSS and WWII, through a compelling storyline crafted by a famous Hollywood screenwriter
  • Your choices shape your experience as you navigate an open battlefield - forge your own path through the war
  • Gather intelligence to defeat the enemy's top brass and unfold the story, gaining the intelligence advantage in future missions
  • Simple controls give you the ability to direct your squad's movements in combat
  • War gets personal as you cross paths with the most dangerous German leaders -- all armed to the teeth and gunning for you

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  • ASIN: B00095LEC4
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,146 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Europe 1942. These are desperate hours for Allied forces as the Nazi war machine rages across a devastated European landscape. You are US Army Lieutenant William Holt, hand-picked by William ?Wild Bill? Donovan to be the first field agent of the newly formed Office of Strategic Services-the OSS. Medal of Honor European Assault makes you the driving force in the struggle to liberate Europe.

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115 of 127 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
This is just a rushed game, plain and simple. This feels like a game that would have been a good starting point, but not a game in the later part of a console cycle with a great pedigree as Medal of Honor. The bargain price and lack of advertisement sort of confirms the amount of effort used to produce the game.

The first thing that shocked me was no mid-mission saving or checkpoints. Huh? Did I suddenly get transported to the mid nineties? If so, remind me to buy some stock and housing. You die in the end of an hour long mission, you start the hour long mission from the very beginning! The only reason any game would not have constant saves is to mask the lack of playable levels by making the gamer repeat stuff over and over again. And, yes, that is the case here. What's really shameful is that the previous game in this series actually did have saves. I was near the end of the last level, about to complete the game when I died by a surprise rush of people. I am not going to waste another 50 minutes of my life to work on five minutes of gaming.

The other things that this game lacked that the previous game (Rising Sun) had is online and co-op play. There is a multiplayer, but there are no robots. So, unless you have a multi-tap, it's one on one. That is not much of a multiplayer at all.

There only 11 levels total. The first 6 are really just half the length of the latter 5. The look of the levels are usually dreary and monocolor at best (brown for the desert levels, white for the last 5 snow levels), and are just really dull. All in all, if you played all levels well and never had to repeat any part of a level, you'd have a grand total of about 7 hours of game play. Making this a rental if you really want to play this.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars this is a good game December 11, 2005
By DV8-Rse
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
i don't know why people give this game such bad reviews.i've been playing FPS's since half life and unreal tournament and this game is a GOOD GAME!

great graphics- good reproduction of WWII weapons- lots of nazis shooting at you- lots of nazis to shoot back- great explosions- it gives you a sense of actually being out there on the battlefield.

great sound and audio as well.

i've played through to the last set of missions,and have started over on easy because it gets to hard-

yes- your squad gets F'd up easily-YES you take real damage from bulets-- i don't worry about the team too much,though--i heal them once in awhile-but if they don't make it- you don't need them to finish the mission.

you have to keep your head down and make real decisions and real shots to get through and i think that makes this game great.worlds better than rising sun!!!like a whole different game!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Medal of Honor European Assault...... July 26, 2005
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Medal of Honor European Assault is the next installment in EA's long-running WWII franchise, which takes place in Europe 1942. You play as U.S. Army Lieutenant Holt, first field agent of newly formed OSS, who navigates the open battlefield; directing squad's movements in combat(which is a first for this series).

I'll admit, I've played a ton of games based on World War II but none have ever drawed me in quite like the Medal of Honor series has. I think the reason it's always drawed me in is because it reflects the ideals and integrity of those who served during that war. I've been a fan of the series since it first came out and, with the exception of Rising Sun, I've loved every single game that's come out. I've often wondered what happend during that war for our troops and this series gives us a taste of what actually happend. I like the fact that it gives us a lil history lesson in between each mission we go on, as well.

European Assault has to be the best game in the series so far, in my opinion. Not only do the graphics look more defined and detailed but the controls have been tweaked as well. The new gameplay adds some much needed depth to the game. And, the sound effects make it feel like it's actually happening while you're playing.

However, some things did annoy me about the game and, since this is a review, I will share them with you. First and foremost-you giving your squad a command and them not actually following that command to the letter. I'll have to agree with [...] Patrick who said in his review that if they'd do a better job at listening to your commands that they'd live alot longer. Second, what's the deal with all the crouching behind objects all the time?
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yet another MOH game July 24, 2005
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Hands down the best Medal of Honor game, and probably the best WW2 game. It's a total Call of Duty rip-off, but who cares, the game is more accurate, and Medal of Honor has never been more honorable. Unfortunatley there's no co-op, only in Rising Sun, which is nowhere near as good as this game. Maybe next time we'll get co-op.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A reveiw by Todd October 9, 2005
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Well to start off, this is the first FPS I have played and I must say it is very good. I like the fact that you have to be strategical in order to complete the game. But there is this one level in Russia where you start off by yourself with no cover and two-three enemy soldiers shooting at you (these soldiers are behind cover). This is really the point in the game where you really start to think. The rest you can just blow throught bunkers, etc. and not worry about your health.

Another part in the game I really didn't like is your squad. They really do not help all that much, and they stand in the middle of fire, machine guns, tanks, etc. Even if you position them under cover, they still eventually move back into fire.

The last part I didn't like at all is that some levels you get stuck and you are forced to wander around for several minutes trying to find the next part of the level.


>Adrenaline feature

>Three man squad for (some) help

>Great graphics

>Takes thinking

>Main menu is nice (I found it impressing)

>Good sound


>Three man squad flat out sucks, often leaving you on your own

>Don't give you any hints on how to destroy tanks (throw a grenade under it a few times, or launch a rocket at it).
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