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Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
Acting The quality of the voice or video acting. 2.7
AI The quality of the game's intelligence, usually for the behavior of opponents. 2.7
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.1
Graphics The visual quality of the game 2.9
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 3.1
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.3
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they are executed. This rating is used for every game except compilations and special editions which don't have unique game content not available in a standalone game or DLC. 3.2
Overall User Score (15 votes) 3.0

Critic Reviews

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Nintendojo (2002)
I think that any mature GameCube owner would really enjoy going through this challenging and fun title and then whooping arse in the multiplayer battles. I like this one. Now go out there, buy the game and slap some swastika heads with nice large Springfield bullets.
No matter what system you own, you’re guaranteed an excellent World War II first-person shooter, courtesy of Electronic Arts. Pound for pound, Frontline is one of the best there is on the console FPS market. You’ve got a good story, great graphics, solid gameplay, an interesting assortment of weapons, and cinema-quality music…what’s not to like?
GameZone (Nov 26, 2002)
With good gameplay, amazing sound and absorbing atmosphere, Frontline is a great title not to be missed. While far from perfect, Frontline is still one of the best first person shooters around. Anyone would hasn’t played the PS2 version should definitely give Frontline on the GameCube a look.
85 (Dec 05, 2002)
En somme si ce Medal Of Honor n'est pas exempt de défauts au niveau de son gameplay, il constituera quoi qu'il en soit une valeur sûre en matière de FPS sur Gamecube. Immersif, rythmé et cohérent, ce titre scotchera les joueurs devant leur écran tout au long de la campagne solo et trouvera un peu de renouveau grâce aux parties multijoueur.
Größte Kritikpunkle sind der maue Mehrspielermodus und die fehlenden Speicherpunkte im Level. Dein Spielstand wird erst am Ende einer Mission gesichert, was sehr frustrierend sein kann. Technisch ist Medal of Honor: Frontline gelungen. Die Steuerung funktioniert typisch. Mit den beiden analogen Sticks bewegst du dich vorwärts, rückwärts und zur Seite, während die restlichen Buttons für Waffenwechsel, Angriff und Ducken zuständig sind. Medal of Horror Frontline bietet übrigens nicht die bei Konsolen-Shootern beliebte halbautomatische Zielerfassung.
GameSpy (Nov 23, 2002)
The production values for Frontline are way up there, and with great voice acting, cool FMV cutscenes, and more atmosphere than most other FPS titles, the game is a winner for WWII action fans and newbies alike. The good points and overall game experience conquer the small negative niggles for the most part, and what you're left with is a very challenging FPS for the GameCube steeped in classic good vs. evil gameplay. Allied Assault on the PC remains the most accurate, impressive Medal of Honor title, while Frontline gives GameCube owners their first taste of guts and glory. It's an excellent game, and for the time being it'll remain one of the best FPS titles available.
82 (Dec 21, 2002)
Alles, was die PS2- und Xbox-Spieler an Medal of Honor Frontline schätzen, findet sich auch in der GameCube-Fassung wieder: ein ausgefeiltes Leveldesign, eine fantastische Sounduntermalung und vor allem eine grandiose Atmosphäre, die es in dieser Form nur selten in Spielen gibt. Dass die Linearität und die hin und wieder auftauchenden KI-Probleme gleich mit konvertiert wurden, ist schade, war aber vorauszusehen. Bei der Grafik allerdings bleibt Frontline auf dem GameCube klar hinter den Cousins auf den anderen Systemen zurück. Das Ruckeln ist wahrlich nicht schön anzuschauen und hat einen immensen Einfluss auf das Spielgefühl und damit auch auf den Spielspaß. Trotzdem: auch auf dem Cube hat MoH Frontline das Zeug, in die vorderste Riege der Ego-Shooter vorzustoßen. Denn aselbst mit den auftretenden grafischen Mankos ist der Ausflug in die Wirren des Zweiten Weltkriegs kein schlechtes Spiel, das immer noch faszinieren kann.
Netjak (Mar 29, 2006)
Gamers hoping for the next GoldenEye will be dissapointed with Frontline's mediocre multiplayer, but will have no trouble falling in love with the solid one player campaign mode. As far as first person shooters on the GameCube go, Medal of Honor: Frontline is pretty dang good.
Comme quoi un gameplay classique n'a parfois besoin que d'une ambiance qui prenne aux tripes : MoH offre une expérience tout simplement unique !
IGN (Nov 12, 2002)
GameCube's library of first-person action games is steadily growing. After jumping through time in the excellent TimeSplitters 2 and battling space pirates in Metroid Prime, owners of Nintendo's little box will now be able to join the Allied troops on their quest to free Europe from the Nazi occupation. An almost 1:1 port of this summer's PlayStation 2 version, Medal of Honor is a valuable addition to the GameCube lineup in that it broadens the platform's appeal to older gamers, but it's far from perfect.
NintendoWorldReport (May 09, 2003)
Medal of Honor: Frontline has some very strong points in its presentation, but in the face of competitors in the genre, it doesn’t stand its ground very well. World War II buffs will certainly enjoy this game, but if you’re looking for a great GameCube shooter, you’ll probably want to look elsewhere.
GamePro (US) (Nov 06, 2002)
Still, the good outweighs the bad, and MOHF is a blast as long as you leave your brain at the door. Besides, kiboshing Nazis is always a choice way to kill some hours.
All in all, a competent (if slightly disappointing) conversion of a classic PS2 game. MOHF still provides some seriously atmospheric and exciting gaming, and is simply unmissable if you've never played the earlier versions.
Gameplanet (Jan 13, 2003)
A generally very good game that is heavily scarred by poor AI and limited multiplayer. Still, a fun game that is engrossing and worth the effort of getting past the poor control, with a good story and very atmospheric to boot.