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Atari 2600 5 3.0
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NES 7 2.9
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Combined User Score 12 3.0


Critic Reviews

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90
ArcadeAll Game Guide (1998)
The unwieldy controls take some getting used to, but the action is groundbreaking and entertaining. Also, despite the game's wartime theme, it has an endearingly cartoonish quality.
83
Atari 2600The Video Game Critic (Feb 02, 2000)
Although Front Line's graphics are rather blocky, they are quite colorful. The soldiers look okay, but those sorry tanks just look like big squares. Front Line is a lot of fun to play, and with four levels of difficulty, there's more than enough challenge.
72
Atari 2600Game Freaks 365 (Jan, 2009)
Front Line is probably the best military-style title on the Atari 2600. It has a lot to offer in spite of system limitations and will give even the casual gamer something to come back to, especially if you're looking for a well-organized challenge. However, if you're used to more modern titles and grew up with something like Gun.Smoke or Contra Hard C.O.R.P.S., this won't interest you for very long.
67
Atari 2600Woodgrain Wonderland (Feb 15, 2017)
Overall a pretty good effort from a company that didn’t always put their all into their 2600 ports.
50
ColecoVisionThe Video Game Critic (May 11, 2006)
Front Line is one of the few Colecovision games that actually requires the Super Action Controllers, utilizing all four of its "finger" buttons. Unfortunately, the counter-intuitive control scheme uses two of these buttons to rotate the direction of your aim. While this provides the ability to strafe and finely adjust your shooting angle, it's awfully hard to remember which button turns which way, especially in the heat of battle. Front Line is a challenge, but its confusing controls and so-so gameplay put this one squarely in average territory.