Become part of an Army Ranger team as you battle your way through
enemy-infested towns, regain control of the Atlantic, and establish a
beachhead as part of the D-Day invasion force on Omaha Beach in Medal of
Honor: Allied Assault. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault - Spearhead
chronicles the last year of the war on the European front. Parachute behind
enemy lines during Operation Overlord, halt the German offensive during the
Battle of the Bulge, and engage the German forces as they desperately try
to defend the heart of the Reich, Berlin. In Medal of Honor: Allied
Assault - Breakthrough, you’ll join U.S. Army Sergeant John Baker as fights
in the battle at Kasserine Pass in North Africa, race to capture Messina in
Sicily, and finally repel the German army at the historic battle of Monte
Battaglia in the heart of Italy.
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault War Chest is a treasure trove of historical battles presented as a gritty World War II action FPS. Call in artillery and air strikes against the opposing forces and keep your squad away from the jaws of defeat and despair. Drive various assault vehicles, always charging onwards to victory. Uncle Sam wants YOU!
Multiplayer notice: The game's multiplayer servers are no longer supported by the publisher and the only option available is LAN (no CD-key required).
Age requirements: ESRB Rating: TEEN with Violence. PEGI Rating: 12+ with Violence.
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7, 1.8 GHz Processor, 512MB RAM (1 GB recommended), dedicated 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), 3GB HDD, Mouse, Keyboard.
Compatibility notice: Intel integrated graphics cards, and ATI Radeon X1800 cards, are not supported.
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Posted on 2012-10-23 07:13:20 by FFrules3:
In 2002, when "Medal of Honor : Allied Assault" arrived, it was from the outside a basic FPS but from the inside... OH. My. God. What a feast. The traditional scripts were here, of course, but they were like ten or twenty times far more intense than everything we've seen before. You felt like you were in a Hollywood movie, in "Saving private Ryan" in particular. Action all overread more the place, true missions with intensity, it was just a notch above everything else we've seen.
And the D-Day missions. Wow. Just Wow. This mission has to be one of the best missions I've seen and experienced in a FPS. It's followed by a string of other missions dedicated to Normandy which is a masterpiece in gameplay. It's been inspired by films of course and it also inspired the series of "Call of duty" games. This first instalment is by far the best of the series.
At this price and with the add-ons, you would be crazy to miss it.
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Posted on 2012-10-23 07:14:06 by Wolfram_von_Thal:
At last it arrived!
MoH with its two addons Spearhead and Breakthrough is one of the very few shooters I tend to play again and again (the other two are Undying and Return to Castle Wolfenstein).
Medal of Honor brings a lot of action-packed, well-concepted missions with very different objectives. In the most famous mission, you have to participate in the invasion at D-Day. In others,read more you have to act like a clever scout, a stealthy spy or even as tank-commander. I personally prefer the missions, where you are under disguise and have to accomplish missions behind the enemy lines, commando style. If you don't mind the somewhat aged graphics, you can't make a mistake by buying this excellent "War Chest".
It never gets boring for me! Highly recommended!
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Posted on 2012-10-23 07:15:09 by babby:
This was one of the most amazing games I've ever played. I cannot tell you how many hours I've played online using The All Seeing Eye (rest in peace, good buddy) to find servers.
Surprisingly fast-paced multiplayer with excellent maps, a great story in single player, beautiful sound (this being the first game I played when I got a surround sound system for my PC might make me a little biased).
Definitely worth a purchase.
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