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Review: Medal of Honor - Airborne
« on: May 11, 2008, 04:23:50 AM »
Bobdog offers us a tour of the latest installment of the Medal Of Honor Series, namely Medal Of Honor - Airborne. The game if following the MOH series tradition, taking place during world war II, and this time puts the player in the boots of a US paratrooper for a series of missions based on historical events (Sicily, Normandy, Holland...).


boddog's review is available right there. Good reading.


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Re: Review: Medal of Honor - Airborne
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2008, 04:11:58 PM »
Bravo, Bobbie, well done!

I really did like the demo, but I was only able to try it on my older PC 4-5 months ago.  You should also mention in your review that you can usually pick up this title for 19.95 in most places.
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Re: Review: Medal of Honor - Airborne
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2008, 09:24:01 PM »
I really did like the demo, but I was only able to try it on my older PC 4-5 months ago.  You should also mention in your review that you can usually pick up this title for 19.95 in most places.

I did -- right at the top ... where it says "Price"  ;)

The first level (same as the demo) is more a training mission and I much preferred the later missions, especially one in a factory complex, and one in a shelled-out town (where you can land in a church steeple and snipe to your heart's content).

Something I did neglect to add, is that once you've finished your core objectives, generally something new opens up -- maybe a new enemy comes in, or you have to storm a building. But it adds to the overall fun and longevity of the level.

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Re: Review: Medal of Honor - Airborne
« Reply #3 on: May 12, 2008, 12:17:33 PM »
I did -- right at the top ... where it says "Price"  ;)

D'oh!  :realconfused:
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