Summary: Christmas present, 1st MOH. "Veteran" of Sniper, Sniper 2, Sniper Elite, & Enemy Front. Since Christmas made it thru in both Casual & Normal. Fun, realistic, challenging, tactical, & strategic. Control changes have already been criticized; I agree but you get used to it.
Summary: The Game flow and detail are great, the reason why it only gets 4 stars, is because the controls do not have a default that is like the COD layout and you can not customize them to that layout either.
Summary: Liked the ability to land anywhere and complete objectives in any order. Got a bit unrealistic towards the end esp the last mission. I like my WW2 games realistic - no need to add supernazis like boss fights at the end of levels
Summary: Is a game that rewards those who are patient enough to stick with it. The first half of the game is slow and just rehashes the same sort of gameplay you've seen before. But about halfway through, things pick up and gradually get better and better until the last two levels, which are quite intense...
Summary: This game is worth the money, even being near full-price. Each Medal of Honor (hereafter "MOH") game until the recent "modern" releases have all pretty much had their own unique feel and unique gameplay features, from the original PS1 game to this one.
Summary: As far as WWII first-person shooters go, this is one of the best. Much better than the Call of Duty series. This game has many of the good classic features of the older Medal of Honor games, in an updated package with great graphics and sound.