Aspyr Ships Medal of Honor
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Aspyr Media today announced that Medal of Honor Allied Assault has shipped for the Macintosh. The game was converted to the Mac by Westlake Interactive.
Here's more from the official press release:
Developed by 2015 and published for the PC by Electronic Arts, "Medal of Honor Allied Assault" is a single and multiplayer 1st person shooter, based on the Quake(R) III engine, set during the most trying years of World War II.We'll have a review of Medal of Honor up on IMG shortly. In the meantime, be sure to check out our extensive sneak preview.
"Medal of Honor Allied Assault" gives players a sense of the courage it took to survive the landings at Normandy and drive into the teeth of the Third Reich. As Lt. Mike Powell, member of the famed 1st Ranger Battalion, players embark on campaigns from the battlegrounds of North Africa, to Omaha Beach, and finally, thrusting into the heart of Nazi Germany itself. He must try to find victory while battling with over 22 different enemies, including Gestapo officers.
"`Medal of Honor Allied Assault' puts you in the middle of the action with some of the most intense single and multiplayer game play around," says Michael Rogers, President of Aspyr.
"Medal of Honor Allied Assault" not only puts players in a historically accurate settings like Omaha Beach, with realistic weather and time of day effects, but allows them to interact with 21 World War II era weapons, including Mark II frag grenades, and "sticky" bombs, and interactive vehicles, such as the M4 Sherman tank. Single player mode also offers 20 adrenaline-pumping levels with specific objectives and goals.
Medal of Honor is available for order from Aspyr Media as well as the IMG web store.
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