Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Frontline
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Medal of Honor is always a Sucsess
MoHfan48 , GameStop
17 November 2010
Summary: I was little when this game came out. It still didn't keep me from playing it. Once agian your playing as Patterson. But you fight in some of the Most intense places ever! the D - Day mission is excellent. I also enjoy the Stealth ones. The Graphics are Great for the year this game out on.
Excerpt: Now although I believe first person shooters to be better on the PC than on consoles I have to say that this game really blew me away. The game involves you being in charge of a squad you could say in WW2.
The American's rewrite WW2 history again. They were still late!
7 May 2007
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Excellent game must have the volume level high for this one to get the atmosphere.
16 September 2005
Excerpt: Brilliant game that really puts you in the war. You do feel responsible for your platoon and your allies. Can be frustrating on hard levels and that is when you may get the overwhelming desire to cheat. You will definetly not interact with your family or friends once you start this game.
Excerpt: I bought MoH:F on a friend's recommendation, and i wasn't disappointed. I had previously bought Metal Gear Solid 2, and I was blown away by this game - I bought it thinking it was like that, but I was wrong. There are 16 little missions to do - along three difficulty levels, Easy, normal, and Hard.
Summary: I got my xbox console recently and was searching for good games for cheap. I found this three pack and thought that it would be worth it as I'd played on burnout and medal of honor before and they seemed enjoyable.
Summary: This game is best described as a Game of Saving Private Ryan and Rumour has it that Steven Speilberg helped to creade Medal of Honour. The sound effects in particular help this impression, rounds whizzing past you head and the sound of a richochet all create a nice immersion.
Summary: As this game is based on the real life experience of a US Lieutenant, I found the game and scenarios more realistic. Each mission taking you further, and further behind enemy lines, I soon discovered that I couldn't switch my console off.Oh...just one more level before I bed down for the night.