This game features a unique storyline and missions that makes it so seperate and distinct. It has intense battlefield conflicts. It also has authentic weapons, veichles, enviroments and combat missions.
The game's single-player campaign is enjoyable despite some questionable design choices, and the multiplayer is capable, as well. That said, while Finest Hour is always good and often times great, it never quite reaches excellence.
It's more than equal to any of the console "Medal of Honor" titles, although we're desperately hoping that developers will now give it some time to truly shake up the genre a little and bring some new ideas to the table.