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Good, but a devilishly annoying end level.
on 19 November 2007
Essentially this Medal of Honour game is as good as any of the previous series. It could be said the graphics have improved very slightly and the games play matches that of similar titles. Almost all of the way through the games the difficulty is just about right, being an adequate challenge whilst at the same time not leading to frustration. However the final level throws this concept out of the window and instead offers a very, very long and annoying level. It takes approximately three hours of careful game play to reach what I can only assume is very close to the end of the level and possibly the game. At this point I had been killed a dozen times and re-spawned at some maddening point ensuring that I had to play through a portion of the level again. After three or more hours of this you are then confined to a shell of a house confronted with several tanks that seem inescapable. The best that I could manage after probably more than ten hours trying this level repeatedly was to destroy one tank.
I am no Johnny-come lately to gaming and especially this particular genre, but this game beat me. It is the first game of its type that I have not played to completion and for that reason I game the game only 3 stars where I would otherwise have given it 5.