You play a soldier, then spy, who performs various perilious missions during World War II.


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Credited cast:
Soldiers (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
Steve Bulen ...
Captain Ramsey (voice) (as Steve Buelen)
Additional Voices (voice)
Charles de Vries ...
Narration in training
Marc Eckelberry ...
Eddie Frierson ...
Additional Voices (voice)
(voice) (as Nick Guest)
Charles Kahlenberg ...
Curt Lowens ...
Dave Mallow ...


In this game, you play a soldier who participates in several missions during the Second World War. As a soldier, you fight in the frontline with D-Day, June 6th, 1944 at Omaha Beach being a particular highlight of your career. Later, you become an secret agent who must infilitrate The Third Reiche in order to undermine the Axis any way you can. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

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Action | Adventure | War



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22 February 2002 (USA)  »

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Major Jack Grillo, the SAS operative held prisoner during your first mission and who accompanies you until early in the second, is named for lead sound designer Jack Grillo. See more »


The map on the main screen is of postwar Europe (note in particular Poland's borders). The one in the briefing room is from 1938-39, but represents the borders the Allies would have recognized at the time. See more »


Colonel Hargrove: Lt. Powell, i'm Col. Hargrove from the Office of Strategic Services, the O.S.S. Our branch specializes in covert operations usually deep behind enemy lines. Espionage, Sabotage, Infiltration, that's the business we're in lieutenant. As you know, Germany's famed Afrika Corps has captured key locations along the subterranean, and is now digging in. Our response in coordination with our British allies is an invasion of North Africa. The attack is codenamed, Operation Torch. This is it lieutenant! ...
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Follows Medal of Honor: Underground (2000) See more »

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The Best FPS Since Half-Life
7 May 2002 | by (Ashcroft, BC, Canada) – See all my reviews

This is one of THEE best games i have ever played. Everything about it is perfect. The Single player missions are challenging while fun to do (with the exception of the sniper level where i wanted to put an axe through the monitor). The Omaha beach level (mission 3) is worth the price of the game all together. Just watching it being played is amazing. The sound in the game is amazing. Each sound is different depending on where a bullet hits, what a bullet hits, where you are and so on and so on. The music is some of the best i've heard in a game. It's suspenseful when it needs be, etc. etc. for each type of situation. Multiplayer can be laggy sometimes but it still makes for a hell of a good time. The Omaha beach objective-match level is amazing and hella fun to play with others. The AI in the game is very impressive. german soldiers will shoot around corners, throw grenades to fish you out, and lie down behind hills and hide in bushes. Very smart and well done.

I read many times about people complaining because there is no blood in the game. I don't see what the big deal is about it. Blood i don't say adds anything to the game, it's just as fun without it (EA i think also stated that german uniforms were so thick that blood would not be visible when shot, however this doesn't explain head shots).

All in all, one of the best games of all time.

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