Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Frontline
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Value for money 10
Sound quality 10
This is a top Shooter on the GameCube.
1 May 2015
Excerpt: My Purchase. This was bought on the cheap when I was browsing on Ebay looking for any bargains (99p auctions with no bidders) and this came up and I put my bid up and nobody else did and so I won it with £1.99 postage, to buy the game online in very good condition outside of any auction it costs...
Pros: Has a great story, a selection of dificulties .
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.
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.
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.
Excerpt: In Frontline, you go behind enemy lines as Lt. Jimmy Patterson. Your missions range from the D-Day assault on Omaha Beach, tracking your Nazi nemesis aboard a speeding armored train, the epic battle for control for control of the Nijmegen Bridge , a strategic choke point in the Allied drive into the...
Medal Of Honour: Frontline review by Nicholas Prasad
Nicholas Prasad, Amazon
7 August 2003
Summary: This game is a first person shooter in the life of a Lt. in the Second World War 1939-1945. It takes you in the thick of the action in the bloody battles of WWII. From the dusty desserts of North Africa, fighting the famous Afrikca Korps and battling it out in a nail biting duel with the panzer...
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
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.
Summary: First thing I should say is that I am not a fan of first person shooters and haven't played any of the other games in this series but... I really enjoyed this game and have played it through from beginning to end and still pick it up to play on the harder difficulty settings and to try and win all...
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.