You take on the role of Lieutenant James Patterson, the star of the 'Medal of Honor' series. As Patterson, you are the Allied force's most reliable military special agent. From storming the... See full summary »


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You take on the role of Lieutenant James Patterson, the star of the 'Medal of Honor' series. As Patterson, you are the Allied force's most reliable military special agent. From storming the front lines of Normandy Beach as an infantryman to becoming an elite intel officer, Patterson goes through it all in this game. He will: Storm Normandy, take down a U-boat factory, liberate oppressed citizens from abusive Nazi soldiers, capture the Nimegjan Bridge, track notorious Nazi leader Randolph Stermgiest, and much more. Patterson participates in both solo missions and wartime sequences in order to fulfill the destruction of the Nazi war machine. Written by Flotis

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5 March 2002 (USA)  »

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Medal of honor - Shijou saidai no sakusen  »

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The starting level is D-Day when all the British, Canadian, American, and French troops fight the war against the Nazis. In The Diary Of Anne Frank (the book), they talk about the Normandy Landings (D-Day), and we can relate to this. As we know, this happens earlier before the Franks received the news. See more »


Follows Medal of Honor (1999) See more »


The Songless Nightingale
Composed by Michael Giacchino
Lyrics by Scott Langteau (as Scott J. Langteau)
Arranged by Alkiviades Steriopoulos
Adapted for German by Bettina Spier
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What a Rush!
10 February 2003 | by (Vilseck, Germany) – See all my reviews

This game is what all FPS games should be. There have been plenty of comments about the graphics, the sound, the gameplay, blah, blah, blah. What really grabbed this player was the interactive music. When Patterson is sneaking down an alley, the background music reflects the building tension. As one of the Nazis hears Patterson coming and hits the alarm button the music picks up to a heart-pounding tempo. Once all the Germans are eliminated and Patterson returns to steathily creeping around, the music backs off again. It's a particular rush to play with a large-screen tv and surround sound. You can actually hear bullet strikes in front of, behind, to the left and right of you. Whip out the plastic an pony up for a home theater system. Even if it's only to play THIS game, it's worth it.

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