In a market flooded with first person shooters, it’s difficult to pick and choose which ones are really worth playing and which ones should be left on the shelf. Without a doubt, Medal of Honor Frontline offers an experience that feels real and that engrosses the gamer to believe that he’s part of the action. To date, it is still in my top ten games list for Ps2. While there are many games that are fun, very few capture the audience like MOHF does. Your adventure is set during World War II and it involves a soldier by the name of Patterson. Patterson gets his missions before the level starts or even while the action is happening. The details of the environments have been carefully crafted as the EA team has taken time and research to have each level brought to life. The character detail of your foes and teammates is pretty darn good too. Everything from their uniform to their weapons have been uniquely designed. Believe it or not, the sound effects and music is the best aspect of this game…even more so than the graphics. The music is perfectly synchronized with the event in the game. It’s of the highest quality as the different scores were originally composed. Every attention has been put to follow the action and appropriate mood in the game. Plus, the sound effects just blew me away. The sound and graphics combine to bring together one of the best war themed games of all time. My two only gripes of this game is that the control feels a bit slow and you can’t play online. The way the character moves is the only unrealistic part of this game. When you try to move your character around, you often get the feeling that Patterson is not as fast as he should be. But nonetheless, it’s not so bad that it deters the other factors of the game. You have a good assortment of weapons and they all look and sound so real. If you saw the movie “Saving Private Ryan” and your jaw dropped at the first scene, then Medal of Honor is the game for you. It starts out fast with bullets zipping past you, airplanes flying over you and bombs exploding left and right, and that scene alone engulfs you in the action. If you’re able to put the controller down after that, you’re a better man than I am. Other than the control being a little slow and lack of online play, if you haven’t played this yet, what are you waiting for? For a mere $20.00 US, you should run to the store to own this World War II themed masterpiece.