Medal of Honor: European Assault Stats
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Last updated 2/4/13
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“Medal of Honor: European Assault” is a first-person shooter video game developed by EA Los Angeles and published by Electronic Arts. Released in 2005, the game is part of the “Medal of Honor” series and focuses on the events of World War II, particularly the European Theater of Operations.
Set during World War II, “Medal of Honor: European Assault” follows the story of Lieutenant William Holt, an OSS (Office of Strategic Services) operative who is tasked with leading a team of soldiers on various dangerous missions across Europe. The game’s narrative takes players through key historical battles and events, such as the D-Day invasion, the Battle of the Bulge, and more.
The gameplay features the traditional first-person shooter mechanics of the “Medal of Honor” series, with players engaging in intense battles against enemy soldiers and completing objectives. Players can use a variety of weapons from the World War II era, including rifles, pistols, machine guns, and grenades. The game also introduces a “rage” meter that, when filled, allows players to enter a mode where they become more resilient and deadly.
“Medal of Honor: European Assault” includes both single-player and multiplayer modes. The single-player campaign follows Holt’s journey through the war-torn landscapes of Europe, while the multiplayer mode features various game modes and maps where players can compete against each other in team-based battles.
The game’s historical accuracy and immersive environments capture the look and feel of World War II. The levels are designed to reflect the battlefields and settings of the era, adding to the game’s realism and authenticity.
“Medal of Honor: European Assault” received mixed to positive reviews from critics, with praise for its portrayal of historical events and intense combat sequences. However, some reviewers noted that the game did not significantly innovate within the first-person shooter genre compared to other titles of its time.
While “Medal of Honor: European Assault” may not have reinvented the genre, it remains a notable entry in the “Medal of Honor” series for its focus on historical accuracy and its attempt to provide an engaging and cinematic World War II experience through its single-player campaign.
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