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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault War Chest (PC)

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Genre: Action / Publisher: EA - Electronic Arts / Platform(s): Windows / ESRB Rating: T - (Teen) / Media: CD-ROM

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      20.11.2008 20:58
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      Medal Of Honor: Allied Assault is the third in a series of WWII games published by EA Games. The first two (Medal of Honor and MoH: Underground) were developed by Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks Interactive for the Sony PlayStation, continuing the director's fascination with all things WWII. For the series' first foray onto the PC, EA handed over development to 2015, a name gamers may recognize from the excellent Wages of SiN mission pack a few years back.

      Like the first two games, Allied Assault is a fairly straightforward first-person shooter - you play Lieutenant Mike Powell, an American soldier working for the Office of Strategic Services in WWII Europe (OK, one mission is in North Africa). The game is spread out over 6 distinct missions (a total of 33 levels), each taking place at a certain time and location starting in late 1942, and ending in early 1945.


      Don't you wish you drove up in that tank? Actually, you did.
      The missions are fairly varied - some will place you on search-and-rescue operations, some are hit-and-run, and some just require you to escape with your life. One mission in Norway has you sneaking around disguised as a German officer in order to sabotage a submarine; another has you in France stealing a King Tiger tank and raising all sorts of hell with it. To its credit, the game never allows you to get bored for too long; just as you're settling into one type of gameplay, MoH:AA throws something new at you.

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      For the first time ever, go to battle with the complete Medal of Honor Allied Assault experience assembled in one package. With Medal of Honor Allied Assault War Chest, your World War II tour of duty spans the European Theater and North Africa. From the D-Day invasion on Omaha Beach to the push toward Berlin, wage war in a massive variety of explosive single-player and multiplayer missions in what has been widely hailed as the best first-person shooter game ever. With unprecedented WWII historical accuracy and epic cinematic appeal, Medal of Honor Allied Assault War Chest puts you into the heat of WWII combat like never before!