There was a error on sending the Metal of honor game
1 July 2009
Summary: not the right game...I didnt like that the ad showed the(1) METAL OF HONOR frontline cd with the soldier coming off the transporter with automatic weapon and stated used in a sleeve, but I received a(2) metal of honor frontline with a soldier shooting a M1 rife, have a copy of the (1)cd game but it was scatched and so was the wrong one that was sent to me....for my grandson....
Summary: I have owned this game for quiet a while now, and i still wonder why was it so easy.I admit that the last few missions where quite hard but still not to fun.Every time you got a disguise of some kind you disgiuse would be blown no matter what,that annoyed me.So my oppion on this game was that tough you got to kill a whole bunch of people there was no blood at all, THAT SUXXXXXXXXSSSSSS!!!
Summary: To those of you who are thinking about buying this game pay attention to the next sentance. Compare your expectations of this game to the arrival of the Hindenburg at Lakehurst N.J. I for one had high hopes. I enjoyed the first MOH even though it was a bit simple. And I felt that with the PS 2 engine backing up the latest installment I would see considerable improvement across the board. WRONG!!
Excerpt: "...Frontline is inferior to the Medal of Honor games for the PlayStation. The game takes place during the original Medal of Honor, with you controlling the same player character, Lieuetenant Jimmy Patterson. Whilst some of the weapons not being that accurate is realistic, Lt. Patterson's proficiency with a gun seems to have taken a hit during this time - you'd think in his situation he should be reloading his weapons quicker! And you feel something's ...
Pros: Music score and sound effects add to atmosphere
Summary: For the past couple of years I've watched Electronic Arts, formerly one of the most reliable game companies on the scene, squander its reputation with game after game filled with relentless B.S. I gave it another shot with Medal of Honor Frontline, because it was part of the franchise I'd played for a long time and I thought, how bad could it be?
Summary: Fortunatley I picked it up cheap when I bought Resident Evil (Buy That by the way). Otherwise I'd have paid £40-50 on a game that seems to be in some kind of time warp. By this I don't mean the setting and era, the 'horrors of war' are a great excuse for some 3D violence and the game has many well created levels reminiscent of Spielberg's 'Saving Private Ryan' to give the impression that you are in occupied europe.
Summary: First off, Medal of Honour is a superb game. I bought it for the PC first and found it immense. The D-Day landing ws superb, and on the PC a bit more realistic as you couldn't wander round the beach shooting at things, you just had to try and reach the shingle before being killed. The whole game was fantastic and involving throughout with lots of missions both before and after D-Day.