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.