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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In the "On Track" mission, in the town square there is wanted poster for Jimmy Patterson in a German disguise, complete with reward for his capture. See more »


In this game, Jimmy Patterson participates in the D-Day invasion. However, in the series canon, it is established in the first game, "Medal of Honor", that Patterson was among those flying paratroopers behind enemy lines the night before D-Day and was shot down. He held off a detachment of Nazi troopers until he could be rescued by the Allies reached him after D-Day. Therefore, he could not have participated in the D-Day invasion himself. See more »


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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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A video game classic
10 June 2002 | by (New Brunswick, NJ USA) – See all my reviews

This was the title that made me go out and get a PS2, and it has paid off. The game is a gripping, sometimes frightening ride through several scenarios of WWII. It is a marked improvement in every way from the PS1 installments. Those who have played the 1st two games will see some familiar sequences. The submarine pen mission from MOH I was, in many ways, copied over and updated. Still, the enhanced rendering of characters, weapons and environments more than makes up for the overall familiar feel of the level. The 1st(D-day) 3rd and 4th "campaigns" are simply stunning, and I'm still playing!. Your "squad" members, more than any other video game, are interactive elements in the action, taking initiative and often leading the way. I thought the design of the campaigns were much more in line with what a high level operative might be asked to do (aside from the massive kill ratio). For instance, sabotaging a bridge or rescuing a captured operative are much more realistic than say, the single handed destruction of the Nazi atomic program such as in MOH 1 and 2. Dont get me wrong, the action is still fast and furious, and the more numerous enemies in Frontline will keep you on your toes, even on the easy level. An interesting point, the weapons have become less accurate in this installment (the barrels rise sharply on weapons with full auto), and reload time has actually increased. I thought this added to the realism of the game rather than detracted from it. the sound effects are better than ever, and I suggest, for a few levels at least, turning off the music (which is very good) to get the full range of sound effects. I highly recommend MOH Frontline, any fan of first person games cannot miss this one.

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