Ending of MOH:AA

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  1. Peter D

    Peter D Stunt Coordinator

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    Was anyone else *majorly* disappointed in the ending of MOHAA? All of a sudden, 'The End' pops up on the screen, and that's the first indication I had that this was the final mission!
    I had heard that the game was short, but I sure didn't expect it to end so abruptly.[​IMG]
     
  2. Kelley_B

    Kelley_B Cinematographer

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    Theres an add-on coming soon.
     
  3. Dan Brecher

    Dan Brecher Producer

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    Bring on that add on. I loved the game, but yes, I don't think there are many who were not surprised when it suddenly ended like that. Truly great game nevertheless...

    Dan
     
  4. Marc Carra

    Marc Carra Supporting Actor

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    Medal of Honor : Frontline is much longer. I'm still not done. The levels were quite a bit shorter on Allied Assault.

    Marc.
     
  5. Jason Hughes

    Jason Hughes Supporting Actor

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    Don't you have to get a gold medal on each level to get a more elaborate ending? Isnt that the way the old MOH for the PS1 was?

    I have not played AA, about half way through FL.
     
  6. Michael Hudson

    Michael Hudson Stunt Coordinator

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    I was shocked with the end myself.
     

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