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Boyd Travers is part of the 82d Airborne Division. As a small part of a greater operation he needs to complete several missions in Italy, France, the Netherlands and Germany. He fights alongside AI colleagues in order to free Europe.

All missions begin with a jump out of an airplane after a short briefing and the chance for you to change your initial weapon loadout. The parachute-jump allows you a little freedom in the selection of your starting point. There's also always a certain area, where you get a bonus if you successfully land there. During these missions anti-aircraft weapons need to be blown up, fellow soldiers have to be rescued and enemy tanks need to be taking out using bazookas. In order to give you more choices in your loadout, you are not only given access to enemy weapons but you can the upgrades you played free. You get an upgrade when you are performing extraordinary feats of valour and marksmanship. This means for example that you earn an upgrade when you kill three enemies in a short order. These upgrades include a bigger magazine for the German K98 or a handle for the Thompson machine gun to make it more accurate.

Also notable is the health-system. Boyd has four beads of health. If an enemy hits you but doesn't empty a whole bead, your health will regenerate until the bead is full again. If you loose a bead, you need to pick up a health pack in order to regain it.

Alongside the single-player campaign there are also three multiplayer-modes called Team Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch Airborne and Objective for up to 12 players available which all feature the teams Axis against Allied. While Team Deathmatch is pretty standard, Team Deathmatch Airborne features a new twist. In this mode the Allied jump from an airdrop onto the map while the Axis begin on the ground. In objective the goal is to capture all three flags on the map.


Medal of Honor: Airborne Windows Even a cold handgun kills.
Medal of Honor: Airborne Windows Land near the green smoke grenade to get full points.
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Critic Reviews

Vgames Nov 11, 2007 85 out of 100 85 Sep 20, 2007 85 out of 100 85
GamingHeaven / DriverHeaven Sep 12, 2007 82 out of 100 82
GameZone Sep 21, 2007 8 out of 10 80
Bit-Tech Sep 07, 2007 8 out of 10 80
Gameguru Mania Oct 15, 2007 74 out of 100 74
Gamer 2.0 Sep 15, 2007 7.1 out of 10 71
GameSpot Sep 04, 2007 7 out of 10 70
Computer Bild Spiele Oct 03, 2007 2.51 out of 6 70
YouGamers Sep 17, 2007 69 out of 100 69


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Cancelled version

A PlayStation 2 version was announced, but was cancelled.

German version

In the German version, all swastikas and SS runes (along with other symbols on uniforms) were removed or, in the case of banners, replaced with the national identification cross. Also the word "Nazi" is not used in the German localization.

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