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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When you dress up as a cook and sneak into the mansion, look at the paintings on the wall. One of them is the Girl With A Pearl Earring. See more »

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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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Followed by Medal of Honor (2010) 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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True cinematic experience... One you don't come across everday.
4 February 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

You climb a flight of stairs, sniper rifle in hand. Half the building is blown away, but you continue looking for the perfect perch. Coming up behind an enemy Nazi, he turns around just to see you clobber him squarely in the face, and as he tries to rise, you finish him off with another blow. You step over the body, and set your sights. Down below, a score of Germans are battling with Allied forces. You mark your target, and squeeze the trigger. An officer takes the bullet, and his cap flies off. Directly across the alleyway, a Nazi sniper turns and raises his rifle. Another quick round silences him. Below, a German soldier turns to make a break for the machine gun a few metres away. Your rifle barks again, and the targets flips forward. He gets up painstakingly, and finally, you pull the trigger. His falls back, muttering his last words. You load a new magazine, and gaze into the rubble-filled streets of Arnhem.

Medal of Honor Frontline is a game that takes you beyond D-Day, and as it states, right into the Frontlines. Each level is beautifully done. This game proves that you don't need special effects and all that for it to be a great game.

A complete recommendation to all shooter fans.


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