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Medal of Honor Allied Assault: Deluxe Edition (PC)

Platform : Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP
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  • Enter the thick of WWII as a Special Forces agent in this single and multiplayer game
  • Execute covert operations, search and rescue missions, and commando raids
  • Fully realized 3--D worlds utilizing the powerful Quake III engine
  • Over 20 levels
  • Multiple online options include team combat and traditional last man standing modes
  • Includes Medal of Honor Allied Assault Spearhead add--on pack
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  • Platform:   Windows 95 / 98 / 2000 / Me / XP
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B000092G8V
  • Release Date: 5 Sept. 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,610 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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From the D-Day landing at Normandy to the streets of Berlin, engage the enemy as you fight your way across Europe in Medal of Honor Allied Assault Deluxe Edition. Featuring the hit title Medal of Honor Allied Assault and the Medal of Honor Allied Assault Spearhead expansion pack, plus strategy guides for both games, take aim at the Axis power and battle for world supremacy. Medal of Honor Allied Assault Deluxe Edition also includes a bonus disc with a behind-the-scenes sneak preview of the making of the next title from the Medal of Honor franchise as well as new WWII skins for character models. This bundle is the most complete experience of the European front in WWII. Your tour of duty starts now.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Pchat on 17 Jan. 2005
I play this on a 2.8Ghz Pentium4 System, with 80Gb Hard Drive 256mb Ram.
This pack contains the MOH "Allied Assault", plus the Expansion pack "Spearhead".Both play fantasticly on my system, Graphic and audio settings are on max.
"Allied Assault" sees you playing as a Lt in the Elite US Rangers. You get to go on special ops and even fight alongside SAS agents in a number of different theaters. Mission 3 has you landing on Omaha beach with the Rangers and the plot is literaly the opening 30 minutes of the movie "Saving Private Ryan" Getting up the beach alive is an achievement in its self! You then take Bangalores to blow the wire before attempting to knockout the cliff top gun emplacements. Its tense exiting stuff. The game play is great and you get to use a nice variety of weapons.I like the fact that weapons need to be reloaded and don't just fire off all available rounds. This can be frustrating when using non automatic rifles like the lee enfield, which has to allow for re-cocking between rounds but adds to realism. All in all a great game with interesting missions.
"Spearhead" is an expansion and slight improvement on "Allied Assault" This time you play a Sgt in the US Airborne.( you now find yourself in the HBO/BBC series "Band of Brothers") The variety of weapons you can pick up and use has increased and includes artillery pieces as well as some soviet small arms. A nice new feature is the "lean" ability that lets you poke your head and weapon out from a safe spot to look and fire at the enemy.
Being a Brit I liked the fact that you get to fight with British soldiers in both games. We know Americans fought long and hard during WWII but Movie makers and Game producers often forget that The British Army, Navy and Airforce were there too, and stood alone for 2 long years.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. J. Welton on 2 Nov. 2003
This Deluxe Editions offers excellent value for money. My original CD of MOH Allied Assault developed a crack, which meant I couldn’t play it anymore. Thankfully EA Games released this package combining MOH Allied Assault with the Spearhead expansion pack – and what an amazing deal!
I was completely blown away by the quality of MOHAA, being my first venture into the FPS genre. Everything about it was incredible. Spearhead offers us more of the same.
The introduction to Spearhead is breath-taking and drops you (literally) immediately into the action. The controls have remained simple and efficient, allowing you to get stuck in straight away. Those experienced in the art of MOH will glide in easily, but can still face a challenge. It was great to be able to use the enemy’s arsenal against them and the effects and sounds of these are incredible. There is much more in the way of team-work this time around, and the inclusion of British troops is very welcome indeed. The single-player missions are shorter that MOHAA, but not any less enjoyable. There are plenty of multi-player maps this time around too.
Not only this, but you get a bonus CD with a video preview of Pacific Assault and desktop backgrounds for you to choose. However, the icing on the cake is the MOH soundtrack – one of the key elements adding to the richness of MOH and the most incredible ‘war-film’ score you’ll probably ever hear. Without it, MOH would have been a different experience altogether.
Based on what we’ve seen so far, there’s plenty of reason to be confident that MOH Pacific Assault will deliver the goods again. This Deluxe Edition package gives you outstanding value for money. Two games with top-notch graphics, breath-taking sound effects and score, smooth gameplay and production of the highest values. A thoroughly enjoyable gaming experience that should not be missed.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By "michaelrccurtis" on 24 Oct. 2003
This is the result of two excellent games combined with and excellent price. The controls are easy to understand and graphics are phenominal. The single player missions are, not only realistic but also historically accurate and enjoyable. When these are completed you can play online with hudreds of people creating two great gameplay formats in one.
I recommand this game to any avid war gamer or anyone interested in 1st/3rd person shooters.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Green on 2 May 2004
I agree with most of the comments written about MoH, and it's various add ons. The game is fantastic in every way. I own the MoH Allied Assault along with both the Spearhead and Breakthrough Expansion packs. Superb All. But a small word of warning, the spec on the box says it requires a PII 450 with 128Mb ram and 16Mb Video. But I run a P4 1.8Ghz with 512Mb ram and 64Mb 3D Graphics and the frame rates are terrible in certain parts, we're talking single figures a second here. So in my opinion you will need a fairly fast machine to be able to cope with the demand. Check out the MoH newsgroups, many people are experiencing the same problem. I still rate it as 5 stars though.
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By JH on 13 April 2012
First off I really recommend this game highly, especially if you get the deluxe edition that includes Medal of Honor: Allied Assault Expansion Pack. This was my first WWII FPS and I absolutely loved it. The single player levels provide days if not weeks of overwhelming game play depending on your dedication. Where do I start? I loved the large assortment of weapons available and the realistic sound effects. The graphics are stunning; maybe not like looking at pictures off your digital camera, but the best I have seen in any FPS. But graphics alone would not have made this game without the awesome music and realistic sound effects. The bunker at the Normandy landing and in the bombed out town with the snipers had me at the edge of my seat. And infiltrating the compound in France listening for footsteps as the alarms are blaring was nerve wracking. I truly loved the single player campaign.

Now there are definitely things that were not realistic in the game, but this is only a game. Yes the German ammo would not have worked in the American weapons, but then that would have seriously limited the depth of missions (when you ran out of ammo and had only your trusty Colt .45). The accuracy of the enemy was a little extreme and the overwhelming odds may have been overdone, but in the interest of not making the game a cakewalk deal with it.

The only legitimate gripe that I will agree with is the replay ability. Going through the missions a second time was definitely not as exciting as the first time through. But to this I would also say, try the multiplayer. It is very addictive. I found myself battling as the Germans and the allies all day and all night.
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