Excerpt: The Medal of Honor series has quickly managed to carve itself a respectable place as a smart and accurate first person shooter series set during World War II. This time around, you play as James Patterson, a Lieutenant in the Air Transport Corps.
Pros: Great representation of W.W.II Europe, Audio portion is wonderfully done, Fun while challenging
Cons: Certain character models look blocky, Some areas are linear
Excerpt: Luckily I've never been on the battlefield. I've never really fired a gun, and I've certainly never been in the crosshairs of someone elses weapon. However, after playing my latest PS2 game Medal of Honor: Frontline (MOHF), I feel like I've been to hell and back.
Excerpt: Finally I have found a PlayStation 2 shooter that dethrones the mighty Red Faction (at least until Red Faction 2 comes out). In fact, I have had interest in playing Frontline ever since I found out that the D-Day invasion made prevalent in Saving Private Ryan and in the previous MOH title Allied...
Excerpt: Being announced all the way back in March of 2001, I thought the arrival of Frontline couldn't get here any slower. It was simultaneously announced with the now quietly cancelled MOH: Fighter Commander, for a 2002 release. At the time, the series was just beginning to reach its peak.
Summary: Frontline is a game that is better then the sum of it's parts. The atmosphere, action and addiciveness will have you back for more. If EA had included multi-player, DTS and more options this could have been a classic. Still, it's very good and FPS fans won't be disppointed.