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Wem MoH:AA gefällt hat und sich Spearhead noch nicht zugelegt hat und ab und an mal im Netz zockt, sollte sich dieses Add-on unbedingt zulegen, vorausgesetzt man hat einen schnellen Mac. Neben dem absolut genialen Mehrspieler Modus, bietet auch der Einzelspieler Modus ein paar Stunden Fun. Meine Bewertung als Zivilperson ist mehr als nur gut, ich würde sogar sagen dass dieses Add-on eines der besten ist, welches ich je in meinen Händen hielt und spielen durfte! Kauftipp!
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Spearhead is clearly an expansion. While the content would be lackluster as a standalone game, it is as an addition to the solid core of Allied Assault. If you are looking for something to breathe life back into the rather stagnant Mac multiplayer FPS scene, this is what you have been waiting for.
What the Mac market has here is a potentially amazing game with a terrific multiplayer mode and an amazing game engine that needs to have its single player system completely reworked. The AI code simply slaughters the game and if the game can hold itself to box specs and run well in multiplayer mode, there's no reason why it can't run almost or equally well in single player mode.
All in all, we loved paying another visit to Medal of Honor's rich, realistic world. We just wish our stay could have been longer and uninterrupted by technical difficulties.
Maybe Apple gave them their new top-of-the-line systems, and they just forgot that most gamers don't get the luxury of updating their computers every time Apple announces a MHz bump. I can understand wanting to take advantage of the latest technology, but when minimizing every single video option to its lowest possible setting doesn't help, even on a machine well above the recommended minimum settings, then something is seriously wrong.