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The game's wide-open levels actually encourage players to explore, giving the series a fresh feel compared to past games.
Unfortunately, a very brief campaign and no online multiplayer means the fun doesn't last long.
The Good: More emphasis on exploration, multiple paths to targets; solid feel on the guns; several objectives to explore and unlock.
The Bad: No online play; graphics look somewhat dated; extremely short campaign.
Following up on last year's Medal of Honor games, Pacific Assault and Rising Sun, Electronic Arts has chosen to bring the series back to the European theater of war with Medal of Honor: European Assault. The game's wide-open levels actually encourage players to explore, giving the series a fresh feel compared to past games and other World War II shooters. Unfortunately, a very brief campaign and no online multiplayer means the fun doesn't last long. European Assault takes you through four different areas in its brief campaign. In European Assault, you take the role of William Holt, an American intelligence officer. As a sort of freelance operative, your missions take you to four different areas during the campaign. You'll begin by riding shotgun with the British SAS on their famous St. Nazaire raid, and then you'll be whisked to North Africa where you'll assist General Montgomery and the Desert Rats against Rommel's Afrika Korps. The third campaign has you helping Russian partisans and the Red Army on the eastern front, and the final campaign will put you back with US forces during the Battle of the Bulge. While your adventures cover a lot of ground in a geographic sense, there are only 11 missions in European Assault that are scattered across those four areas. Counting mission restarts, it only takes about ......
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