Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault (2004)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, War


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You play through the eyes of soldiers in various engagements of the Pacific Theatre of World War II.


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30 October 2009 | Storm_Thunder_Infantry
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All in all, Pacific Assault was one of the best Medal of Honor games I've ever played and perhaps, one of the most realistic of its time.

The game could allow you to use the M1 rifle with a bayonet (very deadly too!) and for historical accuracy, I have no complaints save for the fact that the ship the player was in at the first level was actually badly damaged during the Pearh Harbour attack.

PA also contrasts differently to its predecessors. You can order your squad mates to advance, provide cover fire, retreat and rally up. Good thing you don't die automatically too (since there's more wounded than dead in war). Though I admit, fighting in jungles most of the time was a bit of a drag despite being set in the Pacific Theatre.

The dialogue is also fairly alright, your character, Tom Colin with his squad mates nearly all the time (since boot camp actually)and they sure do stand out quite well. Unfortunately, they're the only marines you'd survive with usually.

All in all, PA is a recommended game to play though in the harder levels, you just can't finish it!

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2004

Language

English, Japanese


Country of Origin

USA

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