Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Frontline
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Medal of Honor: Frontline - Buy it or not?
26 March 2004
Summary: This game is set during World War 11 and, although the graphics aren't brilliant, the game is reasonably good and the storyline is fine. Personally, I would leave this game and buy the newer one but if you don't mind heads that look like paper then this game might be your kind of game. The only problem is that you can get lost easily in the levels and take hours to complete a single mission.
Summary: Take a world war (the second one), add the powerful abilities of the X-Box and you should have a game with the look/feel/drawing ability of Halo or Rainbow Six 3 set in the 1940's. But you dont. The opening level (D-day Landing) pulls you in with nice graphics, a great atmosphere and simple gameplay to get you going but the rest of the game fails to deliver what the first level has. The gameplay is repetitive and bored me (and I like FPS's).
Summary: A different version from the PC only the D-Day landing is similar. This is an impressive start, but an easy level since it is the first mission NOT the third as the PC. And shows it. Although good looking it lacks the brute harshness of the PC. Stand still and get ripped to sheds on the PC, go for a merry walk on the XBOX. From here you generally go on `special` missions rather the following the D-Day assault through France.
Summary: When I fist got this game, I was looking forward to a play on a great game, that would have submersive graphics. What I found, to dissapointment, was a game where all the game developers had done was convert the PS2 files into xbox format. As soon as the game started, the jagged helmets let the game down, and as you got to the part where you are in the water (if you can call it water), I was amazed that xbox games can acctually be this graphically bad.