Medal of Honor: AA - Gameplayguru's 150 Maps
Graphics are not the best, remember this was done around 2002, but strategy, scenario settings are terrific. For me it is more than sufficiently difficult. On your first attempts at playing, set the difficulty level at EASY (Hah, what a joke to even call it that). I like the "Sniper in The Rain" episode a lot, where you are at the edge of a bomb ruined town. To make sure that you get the rain effect, go to your starting screen for the game where you move your mouse around and will see OPTIONS, BRIEFING ROOM, LOAD/SAVE, etc. Select OPTIONS, and then select VIDEO. In that, then select WEATHER EFFECTS and put an X in the WEATHER EFFECTS check box, then go back to your games. It can be confusing where bullets are coming from when you are getting shot. Your Allied buddies behind you will many times shoot you in the back and sometimes the Germans shoot through walls and around corners!
I know there are going to be some people out there that love Medal of Honor so much they're willing to ignore any miscues in Pacific Assault. I also know that I'm probably going to get a lot of hate for this review, even though I still think it's a decent, if not particularly brilliant, game. I was a huge fan of Allied Assault and played through the single player a good three or four times before I put it down for good. It was balanced, fast, and mostly a lot of fun. The weapons felt good, the pace was nice, and I felt like I knew what I was doing at all times. Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault is not Allied Assault.