Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Frontline
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22 May 2013
Summary: Fantastic game, if a bit depressing at times but only because it's so realistic. Some glitches, especially with people you've shot not being hit but other than that it's fantastic. The soundtrack is, being a musician, my favourite part. The only let down is the multiplayer which doesn't let you set any bots so it can get a little dry.
Summary: As far as FPs's go, this game is good. The game is filed wth action and requires a certain level of skill, however, if you are a fan of realistic FPS's then do not buy this game, instead go for something more like Ghost Recon or Rainbow Six
Excerpt: This is the first Medal of Honour title I've played and whilst I definately enjoyed playing the game and would recommend it to any Gamecube owner, I do have a few reservations. The game is a first person strategic shoot-em up set in WW2. You play an American soldier assigned a variety of missions. One of the advantages of this game is that all the missions require different skills.
Pros: good choice of weapons, innovative missions
Cons: graphics are ok but not great, multiplayer is poor
Excerpt: This is a superb game,I would highly recommend it to anyone. It is based in the second world war and the character that you are is called Jimmy patterson. You fight in all sorts of terrains such as: a laundry house a train station a submarine an old warehouse an actual german city. This is not my type of game but to people who like games like this it's a novelty The graphics are well ok but not as good as some games, it is great also for the younger generation.
It will keep you hooked as long as you give it a chance!
M. J. Bonner "johnnybravoesq", amazon.co.uk
29 November 2004
Summary: I absolutely loved this game, I was hooked on it for ages. Unlike many other games on the gamecube you are able to play the levels on this again and again without wanting to turn the guns on your own head out of sheer boredom (especially the final level where you have to take on an absolute ton of Nazi's who have rocket launchers and fixed machine gun positions, but what makes this level really good is the fact that you have an entire arsenal of weapons behind you, so...
Summary: MOH Frontline, like most other games, has its flaws, but is still a fantastic game. It has a very well thought out single player, with other 15 missions and a cracking storyline too. The music is great, and matches the missions well and the graphics are excellent too. Like I said earlier though, the game does have its flaws.
One of the worst gamecube games i have ever played
31 October 2004
Summary: The gamecube has so many amazing games, it is a shame that it is let down by ones like this. It is BAD. The graphics are BAD, the gameplay is BAD, i'll admit the sound is fine, no problems there. If you really want an FPS real bad, then look no further than TimeSplitters 2. It's amazing, or if you sont want to fork out the £20, dig out your N64 and play Goldeneye, which is still the KING!!!
Summary: I've had this game for over a year now and thought it was about time I wrote a review. Having played Allied Assault on PC I was hoping that Frontline would live up to high expectations. Overall this game ISN'T bad but IS suffering from considerable flaws. The music, intro credits, and certain levels (yes, the obligatory D-Day level!) are all spectacular and add great depth and a true sense of atmosphere.
Excerpt: this is a great game. your armed to the teeth with authentic WW2 weapons, out gun hundreds of nazi soldiers fight alongside your fellow allies. master OOS training- penetrate heavily guarded enemy strongholds and out smart highly trained SS officers. 19 deadly missions from overlord to market garden you can storm the beaches of normandy sieze the niijmegen bridge infiltrate secret weapons facilities sabotage german u-boats stow away on speedin armoured train highjack the...