This is absolutely one of the best games I have completed, the story is very good and precise, the difficulty challenging, customizable controls for all ages and without a doubt the best of all are the impressive graphics for the time. I don't regret buying it at all and I'm grateful to have it.
The linear missions and non-interactive environments don't hold their own when compared to feature-rich PS2 shooters like "Red Faction" or "Deus Ex." But none of that matters, because in this game, presentation is everything. [July 2002, p.116]
MOHF overcomes its weaknesses by delivering a unique and genuine gameplay experience unlike anything. Some of the levels are amazing, while others fall into step behind the last two iterations of the series.
Huge levels are constrained by pre-determined paths, action sequences are harshly pre-determined and any sense that you might have be able to affect the outcome is sapped by the largely obvious mission objectives.
This is the game that I have spent my childhood on. I still remember the all the missions and its objectives. Those times, early 2000 was no internet the way we have it now, so it was hard to find out about new games out there and I did replay that Medal of honor way too many times. Was worth every minute. Game from 2002 could easily beat most new games if remake ever would made. If you play well the game will not take too long. Probably beat in a day or few. But as a kid it took me weeks. Loved it
A great fps title. One of the greatest WW2 games of all time as well. It has great level diversity. I had so much of my childhood spent up trying to beat this game and it never happened. Luckily i got better. I give it an 7 cuz i think a grenade indicator was to futuristic for this game as well as slightly longer loading. It has a great soundtrack though and amazing action packed missions.
Back in the day graphics , physical destructions , huge landscapes getting torn apart with endless bombards and watching soldiers blown away was awesome . But MOHF start to feel rinsed and colorless. The game start to show age , but , its still a piece of innovation even with all this years .
SummaryHead back behind enemy lines with Lt. Jimmy Patterson in Medal of Honor Frontline. In this installment of the smash-hit Medal of Honor series, Lt. Patterson returns and must infiltrate the German frontline to steal the HO-IX flying wing, an experimental Nazi weapon so powerful it could turn the tide of World War II. [Electronic Arts]