As Marine Private Tommy Conlin, you must survive the hell of Pacific Theater of Operations - starting from Pearl Harbor attack, finishing on Allied victories over Pacific (about 35 levels). The game uses a greatly improved Medal of Honor engine, with Havok system physics, dynamic lighting, mirroring effects, detailed textures, real-world visuals and many more. The Artifical Intelligence system was coded from the beginning, and has squad tactics improved to create real, emergent environments. Also, many gameplay enhancements are added, such as calling a medics (seen in Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory before) when you're badly wounded. This all creates a great game, which gives awesome, movie-like experiences. Do you remember the famous Omaha Beach mission from first Medal of Honor, and the feeling of being a small part in a great machine, a feeling that your life is dependant actually only on your enemies and brothers in arms? You can feel it on every step in Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault.

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killer442 Aug 20 2005, 2:13am says:

it seams like the people at ea just said lets make a shooting game and put in multi player and lets put stupid bots THIS GAME SUCKS *** and it is not well organized.

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Darkdrium Aug 2 2005, 9:03am says:

The AI won't die. Laggy, no patch, multiplayer is great but no patches... Laginess, too many bushes in multiplayer to camp so player cant find you.

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Black-Milano Mar 6 2005, 8:39pm says:

Yo, this game is very good, the AI is a bit silly but what tha hell, the game is great, jungle battles rock!! like in the movie "The Thin Red Line" buy it!! is great!

( **** Bush)

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dDefinder Feb 13 2005, 4:43pm says:

This game is too heavy on scripts. I mean u better of just letting your team die that if they can die and take out the other force unless they somehow cant damage them but u. Multiplayer eats itself with lag lag lag all day.

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MetaMod Dec 31 2004, 1:37am says:

Agree both of you. Thanks to EA game kills MOH series. I am seriously how can you fly an plane with your mouse, you cant even turn 360 degree. If I want flight plane, I would purchase Flight Simulate. The AI just pretty sux, I mean probably scripts. Most time they just camp, shoot and banzi. I remeber one round I just rush in and they all just camp behind the boxes. Dont waste your money on it, even if you are MOH fans.

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Ronin_100 Nov 17 2004, 9:43am says:

This game is, like soooo many others, a total waste of spending money! Graphicaly, beautiful but that is where the positive remarks stop. Like twinpac69 has already stated, the AI is crap! None existant! All the bots do is shoot at anything over about ten yards, then its BANZAI!!!! All you hear through the damn game! It's as though the bunkers ingame were put there to stop the bots running at you! Another anoying thing that i have found is that some of the bots will only die after a certain location has been crossed, "ooh, there is a baddy, sniper rifle, BANG! Oh ok, bette take two more steps closer......", then it's another case of BANZI!!!! Sigh, why do so many games turn out to be such dissapointments? Multi player looks to be crap too, well if the maps are anything to go by, they are to big for anything other than team DM with about ten a side. Another game that EA have shoved out, in my oppinion, unfinished, waiting for the modding community to take over and make it worth while. Nice one EA! Not only have i been put off buying my beloved FPS, but it has also killed any desire to buy HL2, that will prolly turn out much like this game...... WAY OVER HYPED!

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twinpac69 Sep 29 2004, 4:52pm says:

I would have to say the AI in this game is disappointing. This was an aspect of the game EA decided to boast about and they came up short, tsk tsk. My jaw nearly fell to the floor when I realized the intro cutscene is realtime as opposed to pre-rendered, a comrade comes into focus and the clarity is unparallelled, a must see, but you can live with the demo, the graphics are all you want to see.

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Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
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Released Nov 2, 2004
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