Medal Of Honor-AirBorne Review Contd

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Actually this is the next version of the Medal Of Honor(after Pacific Assault) which is presented with extreme graphic details and advanced computer enemies(AI).So let me tell u wat the game is actually abt...

Medal of Honor: Airborne takes a different approach to World War II shooters. Instead of starting players out in each straight level on a path where there's no change in battlefield, EA games decided to let us choose where to start each mission by throwing us out of a plane.
Once floating in the air, it's a matter of steering the parachute to the best location to start the fight. Where the best location is depends on how you want to play the game, that certainly is useful if you want a challenge or find that it's more fun to start out in a certain place on a map. It also provides an opportunity to drop into a new location if the previous one was a little too difficult or even complete one of the five different skill drops (drops in very specific areas).

A compass will show the way to the various objectives so tat it's easy to steer in the right direction. It's also nice to be able to land on the high ground to get a good view of the action and shoot a few enemies before jumping down. The main problem is tat in some of the missions, landing in those high positions doesn't really mean much. Because of the way the game is structured, enemies will continue to re-spawn in the area of objectives so that the challenge remains consistent. In order for enemies to stop spawning, you'll have to jump down and advance the action yourself.

And futher the level designing is good except for there are only a few levels some 5 or 6...Actually the mission selection in this game is left to our choice in case there r 3 mission we can choose watever mission we want and head our way in tat direction.

There r some main drawbacks namely no extra AI movement of the tank and halftracks(a vehicle with a infantry troops armed with a main machine gunner)Tanks seems to take only round motion and tat too in only one level and halftracks are used to block out entrances in the last level.

As the level increases the more tougher the enemy gets and at last comes the enemy with a powerful machine gun it really takes 2 panzershreck cannons to destroy him even a tank takes 1!!!!

Main Advantages....
*Good Graphics and AI
*Excellent levels and good missions
*Good Storymode campaign
*Fight anywhere freely ability
*Finish as u wish missions
*Good Presentation
*Good Weapon Upgrades as u continue to be a master with a weapon
*All weapons are good especially the Springfield Sniper(USname) as it has a new ability of holdin breath while takin long range sniping shots for more stability on target

Main Disadvantages...
*Could have increased the no of levels in the game
*Very little interaction from enemy tanks which goes only in circular rounds
*Motionless Halftracks
*Unblowable tanks halftracks and other things
*Very easily blowable crates are used as covers in this game
*Panzershrecks of no use coz they dont destroy anything!!!
*No weapon equpity before landing
*Very limited features like non-accessibility to using tanks, halftracks, etc.

Rating according to my view abt the game: 7.5/10
See u all with a review of another game!!!

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