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“The overall feel of war in Medal of Honor: Frontline...”

Written on: 19/04/2004 by McLaren F1 (3 reviews written)

Good Points
Great Sound, Great Graphics, Great fun!

Bad Points
Too short.

General Comments
The overall feel of war in Medal of Honor: Frontline is tremendous, the soaring of planes overhead, rattling machine guns throttling bullets into fellow soldiers chests can be heard from a mile away.

The main highlight of this game is the sound. It's so amazingly realistic, and keeps you alert at all times. After you put the controller down to go to the loo, you'll be twitching at every sound around you, expecting to hear german murmerings...

The graphics aren't perfect for a PS2 but at least the enemy dont have square heads like in the PS1 versions...

The story of this is quite good, and 19 or so levels sounds quite good, but it all seems to dissapear when you reach the end.

most of the levels are a challenge but not so painfully difficult that it causes fits of swearing and many controllers been thrown across the room...

It is fun to sit back, with a mate and make jokes out of it all (like translating what the germans say) but when you're by yourself you are kept right on the edge of your seat/couch.

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