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Medal of Honor Allied Assault War Chest (Mac)

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Medal of Honor: Allied Assault - War Chest Mac (English)
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Contains Medal of Honor Allied Assault with the Spearhead and Breakthrough expansion packs

Medal of Honor Allied Assault is headquartered in Cabinet War Rooms at Whitehall, dispatching players on numerous campaigns, each with specific objectives to meet in terms of infiltration, execution and exfiltration. Missions will be based in the deserts of North Africa, on the bloody shores of France, across the tundra of Norway, and, ultimately, over the Rhine into Nazi Germany. These missions range from silencing the gun batteries at Port Arzew, to sabotaging U-boats at the sub pens of Trondheim, surviving the landing at Omaha Beach, and finally, holding the Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen the only battle where the Germans used their dreaded V2 rockets in a tactical capacity.

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