IMG Reviews Medal of Honor
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Today Inside Mac Games has posted a full review of Aspyr Media's latest offering, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. This review, written by Chris Paretti, discusses many of the game's elements, such as the overall mood and user-interface.
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Medal of Honor plays like some intense and gritty war film. Even going through parts of basic training, consisting of weapon and movement exercises, made me want to leap into a battle. All of the authentic guns and grenades look and work as they would in reality. Your view also displays a very nice view-bob when walking, and has a feeling of weight when you jump. Be sure read the rest of the review for the entire scoop on Medal of Honor: Allied Assault.
IMG Review: Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
One of the greatest features in the HUD is the compass. It not only shows you the direction you are heading, but it also has an arrow pointing toward your next objective. Surrounding the arrow are two ball bearings that get closer together as you approach your destination. Another nice function of the compass is the hit detector. Different chunks of the circle flash red dependant on where the shots are hitting you. Overall, the HUD is very small and effective, showing you all you need to know without any bloat.
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