Medal of Honor: Frontline D-Day (PS2)

This is the first level in the 2002 WWII FPS Medal of Honor: Frontline. This is probably my favorite openning level ever. It’s extremely intense, even today. The scripting is brilliant and the sound design is so good that it’s hard to believe that it’s coming from the PS2. Everything about this level is awesome. In regards to the game itself, it’s great one. The level design throughout the game is probably some of the best on the system for shooters. The Germans look and sound extremely convincing and use cover often. Weapons are loud and satisfying to use and there is a good variety of them as well. Frontline also has some of the best music on the PS2. Even if you think this game looks dated, I implore you to give it a try. It’s a good, old-fashioned shooter that has a lot more charm than most games from the current generation. If nothing else, buy it for the D-Day scene. Here is a playlist containing all of the uploaded videos of my good-quality playthrough:

Video Rating: 4 / 5

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