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Medal Of Honor worth buying?

Discussion in 'Games' started by bo0sheke, Nov 30, 2005.

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  1. bo0sheke

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    Christmas is comming and A family member wants The Medal Of Honor warpack, has all 3 games in it. But his pc is only medicore, and low range w/video-graphics, he had a 64Mb card old card, 512 ram, and a 40 harddrive. He already has Halo PC and runs it on low settings. Will this game be worth buying for him? Or should I just go with a diff game.
     
  2. Mayor Quimby

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    i found all medal of honor besides the 1st one released for playstation to be boring.

    I dont know ur system spec besides what u said, just make it meets the minimum requirement. It should say it some where on the box.
     
  3. brewer_j

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    I know it will run on a 1.7 amd with 256ram and 9200 ati graphics just fine. And yes it is a great game. I have recently moved up to Battlefield 2 which is even better (best game I have played) but in order to play at top quality I bought myself an early xmas present. ATI x850 for $300. Everything in the game looks awesome and it plays great. :)
     
  4. BannerGuy

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    It shoudl work just fine... I thought it was a well done game. I used a nVidia mx440 (64 bit card) when playing it and I had no issues at all with the game or thr graphics at normal settings. I only have the original game, I wish I had the expansion packs though.
     
  5. bo0sheke

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    pack of 3 MOH games at walmart, 30$ ;) Thats why I asked, I don't want to buy a game for him if his PC can't handle it. Thanks!

    I think I'll go out and pick it up later, plus one for myself :D
     
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    yea he has minimum requirements.
     
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    I know. I just posted the link in case anyone else that read the thread would want to know if their system would handle it.
     
  9. cheese

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    If your talking about MOH Breakthrough, Spearhead etc. I used to play those and was in an active clan for along time. They were real fun at the time, but grew old after about a year =)
     
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    I love the Medal of Honor series, and have played Allied Assault as well as the two expansion packs almost every day. Personally, I feel the gameplay and controls are much better on the PC than trying to mess around with the stupid dual-thumb-joystick controllers on all the new console systems. I don't think you'd regret giving or getting the WarChest compilation as a Christmas gift. MoH: AA is pretty well known as one of the best First-Person-Shooters ever.
     
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