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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault - Spearhead (2003)

The first expansion pack for Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. It re-enacts 3 major European Theater battles through the eyes of Sgt. Jack Barnes (voiced by Gary Oldman), a paratrooper of the... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sgt. Jack Barnes (voice)
Robert Biehn ...
(voice) (as Guido Fohrweisser)
(voice) (as Rene Klaus Heger)
Neil Hunt ...
Steve Kramer ...
(voice) (as Steven Kramer)
(voice) (as Alex Kuznetsov)
(voice) (as Pasha Lychnikoff)
(voice) (as Matthew Miller)
Additional Voices (voice)
Paul St. Peter ...


The first expansion pack for Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. It re-enacts 3 major European Theater battles through the eyes of Sgt. Jack Barnes (voiced by Gary Oldman), a paratrooper of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division. Barnes lands behind the Atlantic Wall on D-Day in Normandy, holds the line near Bastogne in the Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge and infiltrates Berlin before the Red Army begins their attack. The expansion has several new weapons added to the player's arsenal in Spearhead including the Russian PPSh-41 and the British Lee-Enfield. Written by Dibyayan Chakravorty

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Action | Adventure | War



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1 January 2003 (USA)  »

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You can hear a soldier identify a Panzer IV as a Tiger I, both very different tanks. See more »


Followed by Medal of Honor: Vanguard (2007) See more »

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not that good
3 August 2004 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Allied Assault was better than Spearhead because of the fact that most of the missions were probably real,

In Allied Assault you play as OSS agent 1Lt. Mike Powell, you lead the way in Africa, destroy the Sub Pens in Norway, land in the infamous Omaha Beach, fight your way through bocage country in Normandy, steal the plans for the Tiger 2, fight you way through a war torn French Village, drive a tiger tank and storm a German fort, the game play was amazing but some of the graphics and skins were iffy, one of the best WW2 games on the market and it lead to the production of Call of Duty

In Spearhead, the missions are somewhat glitchy, laggy and for the most part factious, there are many noticeable mistakes in the game, in the first level Welcome to Normandy, the officer in front of you speaks in a New Yorker voice while during the initial jump when everyone stands up his voice changes to British, in fact you don't land in Normandy you land in Holland, the 501st PIR landed in Normadny no allied unit during D-day ever penetrated Danish Airspace, no Britihs paratrooper ever landed in an American Dropzone vice versa, during the bulge you lead 4 soldiers to take out a German depot, that for a fact would not have happened as all 4 would've been killed. During the German assault if one enemy soldier even gets past the trenches you fail the mission, no American unit ever used German weapons in strength during the Bulge they all had American built weaponry, and the ammo came from dead or wounded soldiers. another noticeable glitch is trying to shoot down the Stuka, you can shoot 300 rounds of 40mm ammo and the stuka will still be flying and you fail the mission, during the battle of Berlin a doubt that any western allied soldier ever made it to Russian lines through German control territory, a T-34 needs at least 3 crew man to man it, in the game your character is the only soldier manning the tank.

i give MOHAA a 8.5/10 and

Spear Head 2.5/10

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