Medal of Honor: Airborne review
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Title: Medal of Honor: Airborne
Developer: EA Los Angeles
About the Game
Continuing the successful game series Medal of Honor, which from the perspective of their own eyes shows the war as the most reliable, but mainly relies on the real facts of the conflict. The subtitle is evident that the player assumes the role of paratroopers. Specifically, in the skin of Boyd Travers, a member of the 82nd Airborne Division Allies will participate in the invasion of Sicily and through Operation Market Garden you get up in Germany itself.
Each mission begins aboard an airborne aircraft C-47, from which after a while you jump. The jumps are fully in your direction and where it lands thus depends only on you. You can jump off the roof and pick off enemies from afar nicely, or jump straight into the fray and help his brothers in arms. One way or another, mission objectives are fixed, so whether you decide to jump anywhere, will not lose anything and everything is prepared in advance for using scripts.
The game is the possibility of upgrading weapons. Each weapon included in the game has three so-called. Upgradable states (higher cadence, faster charging, more efficient ammunition, faster pulling out of the housing, greater capacity grenades, bayonet, etc.), And each has a different upgradeable state. All this, of course, assuming that the weapon you use frequently. Part of the gameplay is intuitive cover system and especially partial autoheal, first aid kits but are still included in the game.
Medal of Honor: Airborne System Requirements PC
OS: Windows XP or Vista (32-bit) (64-Bit versions of Windows not supported)
Processor: Intel 2.8 GHz, AMD Athlon 2800+
Memory: 1 GB or more
Graphics: ATI Radeon X1300 Pro, NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT
DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c compatible
Hard Drive: 9.0 GB or more free space