Medal of Honour 10th Anniversary Edition  £4.99 PC @ GAME
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Medal of Honour 10th Anniversary Edition £4.99 PC @ GAME

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Found 1st Dec 2011
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Earn your stripes, soldier! The Medal of Honor series returns in a single bundle for those that missed out on the action the first time around in addition to those looking to relive the franchises’ first decade of gaming. Immerse yourself in the European Front with the Medal of Honor Allied Assault and its two expansion packs, then transition to the Pacific Theatre in the Medal of Honor Pacific Assault Director’s Edition.

Finally, take to the skies and airdrop onto the great battles of WWII with Medal of Honor Airborne. From the D-Day invasion on Omaha Beach, across the seas to defend Pearl Harbor, and finally the last push towards Berlin, wage war in a massive variety of explosive single and multiplayer missions in what has been widely hailed as the definitive World War II first-person shooter franchise.

Medal of Honout 10th Anniversary on PC Features:

The Ultimate Medal of Honor Value Proposition features 5 landmark First-Person Shooter titles in a single box.
Exclusive Medal of Honor 10th Anniversary Soundtrack CD - Fourteen tracks covering a decade of Medal of Honor excellence all composed by the award winning Michael Giacchino.
Over 50 single-player missions and dozens of multiplayer levels spanning two theaters and 3 continents of World War II history. The opportunity to invade the beaches of Normandy, lead the fight for Guadalcanal, and airdrop into enemy territory as part of Operation Market Garden all in a single package.

The Medal of Honour 10th Anniversary Boxset Contains the following Medal of Honour titles:

Medal of Honor Allied Assualt
Medal of Honor Allied Assualt Spearhead
Medal of Honor Allied Assualt Breakthrough
Medal of Honor Pacific Assault Directors Edition
Medal of Honor Airborne
Exclusive Medal of Honor Music CD

4 Comments

Amazing price for what you get. Airborne is brilliant.

Does anyone know if this is available instore at all? Thanks

Original Poster

From what ive noticed the prices vary from instore to online so sometimes its cheaper to get it via website

Crybaby4ever

From what ive noticed the prices vary from instore to online so sometimes … From what ive noticed the prices vary from instore to online so sometimes its cheaper to get it via website



Cheers mate - I'll take a gander today if I get the time free to pop in to compare prices
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