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Medal of Honor: European Assault (2005)

The game is based on Lieutenant William Holt, an operative in the Office of Strategic Services, and follows his deployments to allied forces in France, North Africa, Soviet Union and Belgium.

Director:

Adam Foshko

Writers:

Adam Foshko (as Adam Hoshko), John Milius (story: design team) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ron Masak ... Vetaran Holt (voice)
Wayne Roberts ... William Holt (voice)
Olivia d'Abo ... Manon du Champs (voice)
Dale Dye ... OSS Handler / MP Narrator (voice) (as Captain Dale Dye)
Curt Lowens ... Graf Von Schrader / Von Krupp (voice) (as Kurt Lowens)
Pasha D. Lychnikoff ... Cherryenko / Additional Voices (voice) (as Pasha Lynchnikov)
Julian Stone ... Lt. Roderick / Additional Voices (voice)
Dan Conroy ... Lonnigan / Additional Voices (voice)
Neil Hunt Neil Hunt ... Upton / Additional Voices (voice)
Nick Jameson ... Partisan Leader / Swanson, Additional Voices (voice)
Alex Feldman ... Additional Voices (voice)
Andrew Heffernan ... Additional Voices (voice)
Ben Allison ... Additional Voices (voice)
Boris Lee Krutonog ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Boris Krutonog)
Brian George ... Additional Voices (voice)
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The game is based on Lieutenant William Holt, an operative in the Office of Strategic Services, and follows his deployments to allied forces in France, North Africa, Soviet Union and Belgium.

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Certificate:

T

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Russian | German | Spanish | French | Italian | Dutch

Release Date:

30 June 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Medal of honor - Europea kyoushuu See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$12,000,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Electronic Arts (EA) See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (Xbox version)| Dolby (GameCube and PlayStation 2 version)

Color:

Color
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Quotes

Vetaran Holt: [Opeaning lines] When people ask me what I did in the war, I tell them I did the same thing we all did, we fought for what was right. I've come to realize that there's nothing good about war, but there is good in why you fight wars, and we were all fighting for the same thing.
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A disappointment
2 August 2005 | by fallen1221See all my reviews

I was excited when I first heard of MoH:EA but when I got halfway through the game I was board, disappointed, and a angry.

First off, the game play is more arcade then past MoH games. The floating icons symbolizing where guns, ammo, and equipment are make the game less realistic and in my opinion less fun. In this game you also have the ability to revive yourself, and to use adrenaline which for a short time makes you invincible, gives you unlimited ammo, and enabled one hit kills. Fans of the past MoH games may not like these new features as they seem to make the game to easy.

The overall story is OK for a MoH game but each level seems the same. Basically you complete the main objective, kill a German officer, find an important document, and complete two-four other secondary objective(some become part of the main objective later on in the game). Sure you go to most of the theaters of war which is fun and all, but you can do that in Call of Duty and have a better experience.

The A.I. in the game is just plain terrible. Sure you can direct your squad to different areas but once they get to said area they immediately come back to you, making it hard to perform flanks. Your squad kill get caught in your crossfire and take poor cover. Manytimes they'll just stand in front of a machine gun nest until you do something or until they die.

The environmental graphics are fine but not great the skins for the tanks and soldiers seem old and dated but besides that I don't have any real complaints.

The only good part of the game is the music and sound. If you have a home theater this game is perfect for it. You'll hear artillery and tank rounds land all around you and is amazing. The music is like always spectacular, moving, and helps you get into the mood of the situation.

Overall, the game seems like it had potential but then EA realized the competition it would have with Brothers in Arms and Call of Duty and just poorly slapped together a FPS. This is a renter, hell see if you can barrow it from a friend to save the four dollars on the rental fee.


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