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has reviewed Medal of Honor Allied Assault: Breakthrough. Here's an excerpt:
[b]These few intense battle sequences are actually quite fun. The sandstorm in Africa drastically limits your visibility, so you need to push ahead and try to find where gunshots are coming from. The next level has you protecting a minesweeper as it attempts to clear a minefield. The castle at the end of the game at Monte Cassino has Germans and Allies fighting all over the place, and you can hear gunfire and screams coming from all directions. You have to fend off wave after wave of German attacks in several key positions on the map.[/b]
They awarded it a 6.7 / 10 (fair).
The next review comes from Eurogamer
. Here's an excerpt:
[b]But unlike Halo or BF1942, the vehicles in Breakthrough feel sloppily implemented. The controllable tank - and latterly AA guns - pack such a wallop that we assume we'll be able to take out swathes of troops with splash damage alone, and yet apart from a few scripted exceptions throwing up sand or toppling trees, the environment buckles for nobody, and infantry actually proves more troublesome than armour.[/b]
Eurogamer gave it a 6 / 10. However, I highly suggest not going by this review as the reviewer is extremely biased to Call of Duty and Battlefield 1942, which he felt the need to compare Breakthrough to, which is simply just ignorant.