A classic First-Person shooter that is staged during WWII


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Credited cast:
Col. Stanley Hargrove (voice) (as Morgan Sheppard)
Charles de Vries ...
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George Salden ...
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Felix Fuchssteiner ...
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David Baalcke ...
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Keith Hargrove ...
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Rion Vernon ...
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Scott McKean ...
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A classic First-Person shooter that is staged during WWII

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On November 12, Prepare For Your Finest Hour.







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12 November 1999 (USA)  »

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According to your character, Lt. James "Jimmy" Patterson's bio, your character's middle name is "Steven" which is a reference to the game's creator, Steven Spielberg. See more »


[says it near the end of the second intro cut-scene]
Col. Stanley Hargrove: Electronic Arts and Dreamworks Interactive presents, "Medal of Honor". Prepare for your "finest hour".
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References Shakespeare in Love (1998) See more »

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Sensational, great fun!!!
1 April 2002 | by (Oslo, Norway) – See all my reviews

This game is so perfect that I'm at a loss for words.

The first time I popped the MOH-disc into my old Playstation it almost brought tears to my eyes! It was like witnessing history in the making as the A.I. of these opponents totally blew me away. I couldn't believe my eyes, not to mention my ears! A fantastic soundtrack complete with first rate sound f/X add to the richest atmosphere I've ever experienced in a first-person shooter!

I've played countless first-person shooters on the computer since Wolfenstein 3D appeared a decade ago, and despite all the Doom's, the Quake's and the Duke Nukem's on the PC the psx's MEDAL OF HONOR ranks #1 in my book (something I didn't think possible as I always felt the genre was more suited for the PC). Now I finally know how Clint Eastwood must have felt when mowing down his opposition in WHERE EAGLES DARE!

A game worth playing over and over again, and despite it's great sequel UNDERGROUND I find myself returning to the original time and time again.

A bona-fide wet dream for the first-person addict!

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