Mixed or average reviews - based on 21 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 21
  2. Negative: 2 out of 21
  1. Just when you think you have seen it all, here comes an Expansion Pack that more than doubles the original Game!
  2. 90
    The A.I. could use more brainpower, but the controls handle beautifully, and the graphics and sounds are stellar.
  3. The action is compressed and more intense than the regular game. But that compressed action, although more intense, means you'll zip through the single-player campaign in short order -- about 6 hours.
  4. 84
    Its sheer brevity makes it a fleeting indulgence -- a change in scenery with exactly the same everything else.
  5. The level designs and objectives just aren't as clever and the game itself is rather short, even for inexperienced FPS players. [Jan 2003, p.118]
  6. Embodies exactly what made the original such a treat to play - creativity and plenty of action... [But] some may view the single-player side as wanting, due to its very short completion time.
  7. The single-player campaign is dense, exciting, and only three-and-a-half hours long.
  8. Just about every piece of military hardware you see, from mortars to halftracks to 88's, can and MUST be used to get through a given mission. [Jan 2003, p.78]
  9. 80
    The new single-player levels are challenging without being impossible and break new gameplay ground without abandoning the things that made the original great.
  10. Perhaps the most helpful addition for single and multiplayer is the smoke grenade.
  11. The fun vehicle levels, tons of weapons, gun emplacements to use, and scripted, cinematic gameplay all show just how short the single player mode is, even if it's generally really good stuff.
  12. This is a hefty new multiplayer package, considering that this an expansion and you sometimes don't get 12 multiplayer maps in a regular full game. Frankly, it helps compensate for the fact that the single player campaign is so short.
  13. It's gonna be a short battle, so let's try to have a little fun before it's over.
  14. Spearhead's default movement is also faster, which makes the game livelier: But if you're only interested in single player, there may not be enough here to sway you. [Mar 2003, p.70]
  15. Rather like Half-Life’s "Blue Shift" expansion, Spearhead is over in barely three hours... It’s only because Spearhead chimes in at 20 quid or thereabouts that we don’t rip it apart – as it is, it’s rather like buying a DVD of your favourite war flick.
  16. 70
    If you're a Medal of Honor multiplayer junkie looking for a new fix, you'll get considerably more mileage out of it, especially the Tug Of War mode.
  17. Dying repeatedly to learn the magic path can get tiresome, even in a short game. [Feb 2003, p.81]
  18. Spearhead isn't a disappointment, exactly, because the three hours of gameplay are excellent, and arguably better than the original missions of "Allied Assault."
  19. It could have been great, but some poor design choices, like the way your allies cannot fall in battle, really ruin the experience.
  20. The original is not without its faults but still excellently done, while Spearhead resembles a Space Invaders MOHAA mod with occasionally well-directed semi-interactive action scenes.
  21. You can finish the entire single-player game in a single evening, with time left over to take a dinner break, watch an hour or two of television, and then turn in early. Some demos are longer. [Feb 2003, p.75]
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 29 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 9
  2. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. Aug 4, 2013
    Isto kao i glavna igra, samo druge misije.............................................................................................................