Take the role of Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson, a former C-47 Skytrain pilot in the Air Transport Command during World War II.

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Take the role of Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson, a former C-47 Skytrain pilot in the Air Transport Command during World War II.

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On November 12, Prepare For Your Finest Hour.


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By the time you get to the later levels, the Nazis are familiar with your character, Lt. Jimmy Patterson. So much so that when they see you, they will occasionally yell "It's him! It's Patterson!" See more »

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[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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Followed by Medal of Honor: European Assault (2005) See more »

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great game
5 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

oh sweet lord how i love this game!!i became obsessed with this game from the very first time i played it which must have been about five years ago when i was 13.my brother got medal of honour and moh underground in early 2002 and i played it non-stop!i remember about a year later i was doing whats called the junior cert(state exams taken in your third year of six years in secondary school) and about three weeks before we had our mock exams(practice runs for the real thing-but very important all the same) i got the chicken pox and was out of school for a week.i suppose i should have studied but all i did was play the two games(which i'd already completed) the whole time.i wanted to complete every level with 100% and i did-one of my greatest achievements that year!!!!

i think one of the best things about moh is the way the game is so historically accurate.the levels are based on real missions and the creators have obviously gone out of their way to recreate the series of events in each story and the places in particular.i ended up doing a project on the sabotage mission carried out by a group of men on a power plant in rjukan, norway.i cant remember if its in moh or moh underground but the plans and layout of the powerplant and surrounding area is flawless from what real pictures i've seen.that particular mission was so important because the powerplant was actually where Hitler was developing his own atomic bomb and he would have won the race had that mission not been successful and undoubtedly would have won the war.i never even knew about this story of such great importance until i played the level and subsequently found out it was real after watching a documentary but it was moh that told me the story first!

i've played every game since and i'm determined to buy every version of the game and complete them with 100% as well.every now and again i rent them out for a week at a time with a litre tub of ben and jerrys vanilla caramel fudge-my treat every few months or so and sure who really cares if my exams took some what of a hit!!


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