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Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
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Developer(s) Singleplayer EA Los Angeles
Multiplayer TKO Software
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Engine EALA's own MOH tech (modified LithTech Jupiter) and Havok physics
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) DVD: November 2, 2004
CD-ROM: November 9, 2004
Genre(s) First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: Teen (T), PEGI: 16+
Media CD-ROM, DVD
System requirements Windows 2000/XP, Pentium4 1500 MHz, 512 MB RAM, 64 MB Graphic (DirectX 8.1 + T&L), 4 GB HD

Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault is the 7th installment of the Medal of Honor series. It was developed by EA Los Angeles and published by Electronic Arts for the PC.

Overview

This edition puts the player in the role of Pvt. Thomas Conlin, a U.S. Marine in the Pacific Theater of Operations in World War II. It also uses the Havok physics engine. Levels include the Attack on Pearl Harbor, the Makin Island raid, the Guadalcanal Campaign, and the Battle of Tarawa.

The game is primarily a first-person shooter, with the exception of one level in which the player flies an SBD Dauntless in the middle of a dog fight. The game's timeline is set in the earlier stages of the war beginning with Boot Camp and pre-December 7 Pearl Harbor (1940-1941) and ending with the Battle of Tarawa (1943).

The game has been released worldwide, with both a standard CD-ROM edition and a special Director's Edition DVD, which includes some bonus features and historical movies.

Reception

The average score on GameRankings is 80% based on 45 reviews. On Metacritic.com the average score is 80% based on 43 reviews. On GameStats the average score is 80% based on 34 reviews.

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