Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor Frontline
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Disney does WWII
Alex G. Ochoa II, Amazon
10 January 2007
Summary: One must admit, a WWII shooter in a 3D environment, titled other than Wolfenstien was still a fairly untouched idea in until 1998. Made shortly after the WWII "Saving Private Ryan" craze in the late 90's, MOH became a smash hit on PS. Players could "Fight WWII again for the first time"!
Summary: Since WWII is one of my favorite subjects I purchased this game with high hopes. Unfortuneately my expectations were only partialy met. With few exceptions the sets that were created for each of the levels are very nicely done.
Summary: ...but not good. As another reviewer said, the playability of this game is just silly. Graphics=Great, Sound=Great, Realism=Truly leaves you scratching your head. As mentioned by someone else, the enemies can engage you way before you can engage them.
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...
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.
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.
Summary: Como dijo aquel, tiene sentido comprar un juego FPS que no sea Call of Duty? Para mi gusto, falta completamente la sensación de estar actuando en equipo, que es lo que más me gusta de CoD. Lo dejé después de media hora.