Medal Of Honor-Allied Assault Review

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My Favourite Omaha Beach Assault!!!
(D-Day Landings)




Hi guys so i am back with another game review,this time with the most popular game series of Medal Of Honor-Allied Assault for its excellent gameplay effects on everything!!!

Actually EA Games and 2015 production units together gave this game due to good responses from the previous versions of the game namely Medal Of Honor and Medal Of Honor-Underground.

This game was promoted actually by the producer cum director Steven Speilberg and the truth is tat the first two games of this series(Medal Of Honor and Medal Of Honor-Underground) was actually produced and released by him!!!Actually the prod-director wanted to put all his battlefield thoughts in movie but was not able to do it coz of high production cost so he went on to do his dream into a game!!!!!

Who'd have thought it? A war-based first-person shooter inspired by the gr8 movie Saving Private Ryan...You play the part of a US Ranger who is dispatched to war-torn Europe around 1944. Over the game's six missions (which are split into many sub-missions - there are 30 plus levels in total) you'll get the chance to earn up to nine medals, including the fabled Medal of Honor!!!

Along with the top graphics - and sounds - this immersion is achieved through the clever AI of the enemy soldiers and the actions of our own. Often you'll be working with a squad of allied troops (not too often!!!---helping to keep as many alive as possible will earn you medals, too). When heavy enemy fire is raining down on your position, as you crouch in a bunker, shells exploding here and there, friendly troops barking status reports whilst giving you covering fire... it's simply awesome.

One of the most memorable events in the game is the D-Day landings on the coast of the Omaha Beach(First two pics Shows the Omaha beach assault) where it graphical represents the Saving Private Ryan movie...Essentially you're taking part in the D-Day landings here, and from the moment you spill out of your troop carrier it's intense, adrenaline-pumping action as you run up the beach, trying to avoid the tons of cross-fire and shells the Germans are lobbing. Some of the missions are quite scripted, as you'll see when you play them more than once, but the first time you play through MoH it's truly an awesome experience.

The single player campaign will take you a good 12 to 15 hours to finish and there's a superb variety in the missions. Some are all-out action, some require stealth, others even have you disguising yourself as a German officer and infiltrating a base. Occasionally, you get to drive vehicles too; and find out just how much damage a stolen Tiger Tank can do!

There are extension packs for this game namely the MoH:Spearhead and MoH:Breakthrough.Both are equally good with excellent breathtaking missions including driving vehicles like tanks,halftracks,motorcycles,etc.Not very long as the MoH:Allied Assault but more entertaining than the latter!!!

Even so, at least one specific example is in order, just to give a sense of how involving Medal of Honor's missions can be. You begin the first level riding in the back of a truck with four members of your squad. The squad leader informs everyone that you're attempting to infiltrate a Nazi-occupied village. You can see another truck driving behind you. Both vehicles stop at a checkpoint, and a German guard approaches the rear truck and begins talking to the driver.

As the conversation drags on, your squad becomes progressively more agitated. Finally, the driver of the rear truck pulls a gun and shoots the guard, at which point alarms sound, gunfire erupts all around you, and the rear truck explodes in a fireball. Your squad jumps out of its truck and you follow. With the leader barking orders, you all advance on the village gates, eventually making your way to a courtyard. There, you're ordered to check a door.

As you do, German soldiers appear all across the rooftops and balconies surrounding the small courtyard. You're trapped and chaos ensues, as bullets and grenades rain down on your squad. Eventually, a door is blown open and you're ordered to enter a building, get to the second floor, and commandeer a mounted gun that's currently being used against you. Once you do that, and turn the gun against the Nazis, an ally joins you and tells you he'll cover you from a window while you head to the far end of the courtyard. By the time you make it, the entire rest of the squad is dead, and you're forced to continue to the next level alone.

This isn't the first mission, but rather just the first level. Things continue apace from there. While not all of the following levels are as eventful as the first, virtually every one breaks up the traditional straightforward run-and-gun action with some twist.

Main Advantages...
*Everything!!!

Main Disadvantages...
*Nothing!!!

Have posted a video of my mission in Omaha beach assault...

Rating according my view abt the game:9/10

Will be reviewing more games and my experiences....
Bladezz...

World Time

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