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    Westown's Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (PC)

    [January 14, 2008 07:40:16 PM]
    The difficulty of the game progresses drastically as you complete missions, but with that come greater rewards. The hardest level I have so far encountered in Allied Assault is a sniping level. You have to escort a bazooka team through an abandoned town riddled with well hidden snipers, which shoot you the moment you are in their site. Making you, and your teammates, very vulnerable take on damage. Luckily, when you defeat an Axis soldier they drop ammunition and/or extra health, which proves to be very vital trying to make it through those long levels. The best part of this level is where you are in complete control of a tank, and you can blow up any building around your and/or opposing Axis tanks.
    The games' design is very well organized. At the beginning of every mission your are given a briefing from your commander which instructs you on your duties for the next level. This usually consists of stealing documents to be stolen, technology to be destroyed, ect. On the top left hand corner of your screen you are given a compass, which tells you the direction of your next objective. This way, you are not aimlessly walking around a map looking for random things that may eventually lead to the completion of your mission.
    Medal of Honor is a very time consuming and difficult game. However, the saving feature of the game makes it much less frustrating than the game could possibly be. This is because you can save your spot in the mission whenever your please, so whenever you die you will instantly re-spawn to that same spot, rather than going back to the start of the level.
    The levels in Allied Assault are very well designed, with Nazi soldiers hidden all around the map, waiting prevent you from completing your missions. This game also has one of the best game soundtracks I have ever heard. The music is very appropriate for each individual level you play, and it is either calm and mysterious or loud and triumphant depending of the mood of your mission.
    As a big fan of first person shooters, this game has the best one player mode I have ever played. It is very intense and difficult, but this makes the missions much more rewarding when you receive your Medal of Honor.
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    [January 14, 2008 07:37:02 PM]
    Medal of Honor: Allied Assault is a first person shooter based on the American soldiers' missions during World War II. You are given the role of Lt. Mike Powell, who is a very talented soldier that takes on top secret missions to infiltrate Axis bases and help bring victory to the Allies.
    The game flows really well, constantly updating new objectives to be completed during your mission. As you move throughout the game your weapons get more and more advanced, and the techniques you use to beat levels change according the weapons your are given. Some of the levels in the game are based on actual battles that took place during the war, including one the most famous battles in history, Omaha Beach, 1944.
    There are some levels in the game that force you to assist your allies throughout the mission, and you must prevent them from dying or you fail. This feature adds a really cool affect to the game, it makes you take your time to be sure your teammate is still alive as your complete your objectives. Sometimes your friend helps you in certain ways which make keeping your ally around more worth while. For example, there is a level that you must escort a medic through, so when you have taken on a lot of damage, he can heal you.

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    Westown's Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (PC)

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    GameLog started on: Monday 14 January, 2008

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