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Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault - PC

Platform : Windows 2000, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
102 customer reviews
Metascore: 80 / 100

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  • First-person shooter set in World War II Pacific battlefields
  • Survive a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor and then move onto Guadalcanal and other key locations of the war
  • State-of-the-art visuals and sound provide an immersive fighting experience
  • Rely on medics to keep you on your feet during exhaustive battles
  • Single- and multiplayer modes
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Set in the Pacific Theatre of WWII, Medal of Honor Pacific Assault represents a unique addition to the award-winning Medal of Honor franchise. Players step into the boots of Marine Private Tom Conlin and feel his shock at the destruction of the American fleet at Pearl Harbor, his growing resolve in the fight for Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, and his triumph at the battle for Tarawa Island. MOH: Pacific Assault combines 7 expansive single player missions covering 25 levels with over 9 new multiplayer maps and includes new locations, new weapons, and new soldiers. Soldiers gain access to over 21 historically accurate WWII era weapons, including M1 Carbines, Japanese Arisaka rifles, and the Type 100 submachine gun. New vehicles including M4 Flamethrower Tanks, and PT boats.

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  • ASIN: B0001OU19K
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 1.8 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 9, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,485 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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93 of 100 people found the following review helpful By bayou_hannibal on December 20, 2004
Format: Video Game
Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault, at times, has some excellent action, and these are the times that make it worth playing. Unfortunately, it has a handful of really bad sequences, and the most annoying loading times of any PC game.

Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault, when it's on, when you're actually playing the darn thing, can be tense, exciting, and thrilling. But, often, you are looking at a progress bar instead. Hoooooooo, boy does this game suffer from loading times. I would have to say that this game has the worst ratio of "loading screen to gameplay time" that I have ever experienced. The bad loading times amplify the incredibly annoying quick save/reload fests that you get into near the end of the game, which leaves you with a bitter taste in your mouth about this game.

To some degree, Pacific Assault follows other World War 2 games like Allied Assault and Call of Duty. The game is mostly linear, and it contains a lot of mayhem mixed in with scripted events. However, this is definitely not just another World War 2 game. It is different in some good ways.

For starters, Pacific Assault's on-foot action is less scripted than other WWII games have been. The jungle firefights remind me a lot of last year's "Vietcong" than Allied Assault. You creep slowly through the jungle and encounter small groups of Japanese troops, and then engage them in short but sweet firefights. The firefights are mostly unscripted, relying instead upon this game's underrated AI. Both your squad mates and your enemies are pretty smart about staying alive and using cover. It's very satisfying to relieve your pinned down squad by finding a way to flank your enemies, and then blast them from their rear. Sometimes, the hardest part of a firefight is just finding where the enemy is hiding.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Michael H. Frederick on April 1, 2005
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I've read most of the reviews up to this point and am wondering what all the complaints are about. I'm a Baby Boomer who's not into the technical aspects of computer games. All I know is it didn't work on my three-year-old HP so I threw it into a brand-new Dell and it worked very well. Obviously the HP needs an updated video card.

Anyway, I'm not sure what a lot of gamers are looking for. It's just a game. Breaking the price down by the number of hours of entertainment you're getting and it's a pretty good deal. Sure, there are some glitches and some frustrating parts but, overall, it's a lot of fun.

I'm into historical accuracy and realism. On that account, MOH-PA is almost right on the money. I appreciated the flashback technique. You start out invading Tarawa in LVTs (Landing Vehicle, Tracked - just like the real battle!) and once you're gravely wounded (obviously inevitable) you hear your old drill instructor's voice ringing in your ears just before you lose conciousness. You then flashback to two years earlier when you're in boot camp. The boot camp sequence is fun the first time but it seems you're forced to go through it all over again if and when you want to play the game over on a harder setting. You should be able to skip that part after you've gone through it once.

The Pearl Harbor, Makin Atoll, Guadalcanal and Tarawa sequences are the most realistic portrayals of any WWII battle I've seen since the Omaha Beach landing in the original MOH. Well, that is except for the Stalingrad attack waves in Call of Duty. Somebody really did their research on this portion of MOH. Some reviewers have complained that there's nothing but endless jungle and you're forced along a narrow path. Often that was the case in the Pacific Theater. The terrain dictated your movement!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Colin Foote on November 15, 2004
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First off the most common complaint seems to be that the setting for a few of the levels is the jungle. "It all looks the same" ok, um let me see, well it is called Pacific Assault! If I'm not mistaken MUCH of the land based fighting in the South Pacific took place in jungles and tropical environments. The designers of the game put a tremendous amount of research into this game and it shows in accurate weapons, uniforms, battles, and tactics. It is as far as I've seen the most realistic WWII shooter I've played. This is mostly due to the fact that you fight as a member of a squad through entire battles like that of Guadal Canal. There is no aimless jumping from country to country like in Call of Duty (although that is an excellent game) therefore it adds to the realism. Over all it has a very theatrical feeling reminiscent of WWII films like The Thin Red Line.
The A.I. is very intelligent and the medic healing system is very creative and adds to the realism of the experience. The only problem with this game is that it requires a very advanced graphics card and a powerful processor. If one does not possess anything above 2.5 Gig speed and if you don't have a 256MB graphics card forget it; because it will appear "laggy." To avoid this on slower machines I advise you to turn off texture shader 2.0 in the settings menu. Anyhow if you are looking for an authentic, graphically superb first person shooter set in WWII Pacific this is it! It is far superior to the abysmal consol game Medal of Honor: Rising Sun. If you are a WWII buff and a fan of the Medal of Honor series it is a must own.
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