Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond
Action December 2020
Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is a first person shooter using virtual reality technology. The action takes place during the Second World War and we play the role of an agent of the American intelligence. The game is mainly about fighting against hordes of enemies.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter
Action 23 October 2012
A direct sequel to the 2010 reboot of Medal of Honor – a bestselling FPS series originally launched back in 1999 by the EA company. The game was once again developed by Danger Close (previously known as EA Los Angeles). The story campaign is based on actual events, focusing on a dangerous substance - PETN - used by terrorists. Playing as the characters known from the prequel, you take part in a series secret counter-terrorist operations in Somalia, Yemen, Bosnia, and Philippines. Just as its predecessor, the game clearly separates the single player campaign and multiplayer mode. The latter lets you play as soldiers affiliated with one of the 12 special forces units from all over the world, including U.S. Navy SEALs, German KSK, Polish GROM, or the British SAS. The game is powered by the Frostbite 2 engine, known from e.g. Battlefield 3.
Medal of Honor
Action 12 October 2010
Another installment in the bestselling Medal of Honor series. This entry is a reboot of the saga, and for the first time in history it takes place in modern times. The game was created by Danger Close studio in cooperation with EA Dice. The former created the single player mode, the latter developed multiplayer mode. In the game the player assumes the roles of two members of elite American forces, Tier 1 and US Rangers. Both teams support each other during the missions. The game takes place mostly in Afghanistan. The main protagonists are trying to neutralize the increasing threat of terrorism. Most of the missions were created based on actual military operations that took place in the region. What’s interesting, the game runs on two different graphic engines. The single player mode was created on an improved but slightly outdated Unreal Engine 3, while the multiplayer mode uses the Frostbite engine, which was used, for example, in Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
Medal of Honor: Airborne
Action 04 September 2007
After a series of spin-off productions released for the 6th-generation consoles, the popular FPS franchise comes back in a full-fledged multiplayer installment. In accordance with the title, the events of the World War II are observed through the eyes of Boyd Travers, a paratrooper of the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division. The game offers six campaigns that take place between years 1943 and 1945 in Sicily, Normandy, Netherlands, and Germany, and the choice of the drop point determines our next move to some extent. The developers naturally didn't forget about faithfully recreating weapons of the World War II period, which can be customized by addition of extra grip, different magazines, etc. Contrary to its predecessors, Airborne is powered by Unreal Engine 3 which translates into better graphics, animation, and facial expressions. The above is complemented by an extensive cooperative gameplay for up to 12 players.
Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
Action 08 February 2007
The next installment of the popular shooting, in which the action is observed from the perspective of the first person. We play the role of an American intelligence officer, performing missions in the back of the enemy.
Medal of Honor: Heroes
Action 23 October 2006
Medal of Honor: Heroes is a FPS game from the famous Electronic Arts series, designed exclusively for the PlayStation Portable handheld console. The developers introduced us to the adventures of Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson, Sergeant John Baker and Lieutenant William Holt, which have never been presented before.
Medal of Honor: European Assault
Action 07 June 2005
Another console installment of the series of World War II first-person shooters developed by Electronic Arts. After a short trip to the Pacific this time the series goes back to European countries. The player assumes the role of Lieutenant William Holt, a commander who, together with his new squad, is selected to complete many secret special missions. He and his team can impact the outcome of four great battles that took place in France, North Africa, Stalingrad and in Ardennes. Medal of Honor: European Assault consists of 12 scenarios filled with various main and side objectives. During them the player will use 35 different weapons. In addition to improved graphics and physics, thanks to the use of the realistic engine Havok 2.0, a special Rally Mode was introduced to the series. After activating it the protagonist becomes temporarily invincible, moves faster and is able to kill enemies with a single shot.
Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
Action 04 November 2004
A continuation to the 2002's best-selling first-person shooter Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, released by Electronic Arts company. Action of the installment, developed this time by the EA's internal studio, focuses on the US-Japan conflict during the World War II in the Pacific region. In the game we take part in a series of missions taking place in jungles, military bases and warships – fighting both alone and alongside other members of our squad – starting from the historic attack on Pearl Harbor base and ending with the famous battle of Guadalcanal. Compared with the original, Pacific Assault features much more cutscenes, illustrating ongoing events and changes in the psyche of the protagonist. Individual missions are also characterized by increased degree of non-linearity, which allows us to complete them in several different ways. Concerning technical aspects, the game is built on improved Quake III engine, used in the first installment of the series.
Medal of Honor: Infiltrator
Action 17 November 2003
The very popular Medal of Honor series returns to GBA, this time making perfect use of the hardware capabilities of the Nintendo consoles.
Medal of Honor: Frontline
Action 28 May 2002
Another installment in an FPS series tracing its roots back to the PlayStation console. The Medal of Honor series of war shooters is considered to be the predecessor of the Call of Duty franchise. In Medal of Honor: Frontline, the player assumes the role of lieutenant Jimmy Patterson from the American OSS agency. The protagonist is sent to the most dangerous battlefields of World War II, including the spectacular landing on the Omaha beach for example (a mission inspired by the 1998's film Saving Private Ryan). The player will be taken inside a German U-boat, they will fight over a strategically important bridge in Nijmegen, and most importantly, they will hijack a German plane prototype capable of tipping the scales of victory. In terms of mechanics, the game does not stray much from the formula behind the previous installments, giving the player an opportunity to experience a true war horror, which is intensified by the use of convincing sound effects. In the game, the player participates both in open shootouts as well as stealth-action sequences, making use of a massive number of different weapons representing authentic firearms of the period.
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Action 22 January 2002
A tactical first-person shooter developed by 2015 and the first PC installment of the series which was launched on PlayStation in 1999. The action takes place between years 1942 and 1945, and the players assume the role of an American ranger Mike Powell who, being an operator of the OSS intelligence service, takes part in the most famous campaigns of the World War II. In the game, there are 20 diversified missions to perform. They involve not only subtle tasks behind enemy lines but also large-scale military operations such as the famous landing in Normandy. Our arsenal includes over 20 faithfully recreated weapons of the World War II period as well as stationary guns and over a dozen different vehicles. The title's visuals are powered by the Quake III engine. The production features an orchestrated soundtrack composed by Michael Giacchino who is known for such movie hits as Star Trek and Lost.