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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (2002)

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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault drops you into World War II as American Lieutenant Mike Powell. Using anything at your disposal, you will fight your way from Arzew to Omaha Beach, and then straight into the heart of the Third Reich.

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Medal of Honor Allied Assault drops you into World War II as American Lieutenant and OSS Agent Mike Powell. Using anything at your disposal, you will fight your way from Arzew to Omaha Beach, and then straight into the heart of the Third Reich. Collaborate with Maquis Resistance, SAS Agents, and fellow Americans to win the war!

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Action | Adventure | War

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Uses a modified id Tech 3 engine See more »

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The troops depicted at Arzew in the game are German troops, when in reality the soldiers that the Rangers faced were Vichy French troops. See more »

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Colonel Hargrove: Lt. Powell, i'm Col. Hargrove from the Office of Strategic Services, the O.S.S. Our branch specializes in covert operations usually deep behind enemy lines. Espionage, Sabotage, Infiltration, that's the business we're in lieutenant. As you know, Germany's famed Afrika Corps has captured key locations along the subterranean, and is now digging in. Our response in coordination with our British allies is an invasion of North Africa. The attack is codenamed, Operation Torch. This is it lieutenant! ...
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Followed by Medal of Honor: Warfighter (2012) See more »

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The Second Best Game I have EVER played
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it was june of 2003 when i decided to begin the medal of honor series at long last. i was told it was absolutely fantastic and that i should own all of them. well, i started with this one. going through operation torch was fun, and the norway mission was great when the undercover part came up. then, it was time for operation overlord. now, when i got this game, i had never seen saving private ryan and i had heard a great deal about how this game was influenced by the movie (hell, this game influenced me to finally see that movie). i knew normandy played a crucial role in world war II, but i didn't really know exactly what happened.

well, the higgins boat sped along, the AI barfed and looked nervous, then came the whistle and the MG 42 fire came stormin in. at this point, i had tears in my eyes, not because of the loss of my comrades, but the view of the beach, the sounds of artillery fire, the intensity of running up to that shingle. a familiar tingle trickled in me, much like it did in thief. i was absolutely astonished at this scene.

after beating this game, i later began my hunt for the games. i now own every single one except for rising sun, which i will get for x-mas.

also, this game influenced my renewed spirit to study world war 2 as leisure. i still am learning and enjoying about it with my free time

thank you, EA, thank you for such a brilliant game!


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