Medal of Honor: Allied Assault Goes Gold
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Aspyr Media has announced that the acclaimed World War II shooter, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, has gone gold. The game has been sent to duplication, and Aspyr expects to have a ship date soon. The game was developed by 2015 and converted to the Macintosh by Westlake Interactive.
Here’s a description of the came from Aspyr’s press release:
As Lt. Mike Powell, member of the famed 1st Ranger Battalion, you’ll battle through over 20 levels based on historical military campaigns of World War II.Aspyr has also posted new screen shots from the game’s fifth mission, “The Day of the Tiger,” a tank scenario. The publisher offers two options for viewing, a low-resolution iPhoto album, and a StuffIt archive of the same shots in a higher resolution.
Fire over 21 historically accurate World War II era weapons and command authentic war vehicles, like an M4 Sherman tank, Mark II Frag Grenades, and “sticky bombs,” as you silence the gun batteries at Port Arzew, survive the Omaha Beach landing, and more.
You don’t play, you volunteer.
Here are the final system requirements for Medal of Honor:
- Mac OS 9.0 or later (with virtual memory) or Mac OS X 10.1 or later
- Power Mac G3/G4/iMac (Flat Panel)/PowerBook G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
- 450 MHz processor or faster
- 128 MB of RAM (256 MB under Mac OS X)
- 16 MB of VRAM or more
- 3D graphic acceleration (ATI Rage 128, Radeon, Nvidia GeForce or later)
For our preview of the game with more information and a gallery of screen shots, or to order your own copy from the IMG Store, follow the links below.
IMG Preview: Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Aspyr: Mission 5 iPhoto Album
Aspyr: Mission 5 Screenshot Archive (2.1 MB)
Buy Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
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