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Medal of Honor: Platinum

Platform : PlayStation
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  • 11 authentic weapons including Tommy guns and Bazooka's
  • 7 missions and 24 3D levels from a deadly U-Boat to a secret V2 Rocket plant
  • 20 enemy types
  • Intense 1 and 2 player action
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 15
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B00004XORO
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 12.4 x 1.8 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 6 Oct. 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,160 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Product Description

Medal of Honor is the first game to bring gritty WWII action to the PlayStation convincingly. The date is June 5, 1944, just one day before D-Day, and the mission is to go behind enemy lines on a series of search-and-rescue operations, commando raids, and all-out battles. The 24 levels have been designed to authentically recreate real period environments, while the 12 weapon types continue the realistic feel. Using such classics as the Tommy gun and bazooka you must take on 20 different types of enemy, from the Wehrmacht light infantry to the Nazi shock troops, fighting in some inspired locations--from a U-Boat to a V2 rocket plant. A split-screen option facilitates the two-player mode, really bringing the shoot-'em-up element to the fore. And if all that isn't enough to convince you of Medal of Honor's pedigree, bear in mind that it comes from the Dreamworks stable, home to a certain Mr Spielberg. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Amazon.co.uk Review

Those looking for a Saving Private Ryan interactive will be pleased with this effort from the games division of Hollywood's DreamWorks studio. Polished with the grit of great WWII films, Medal of Honor shines brightly, despite the graphic limitations of the PlayStation.

As US secret service officer James Patterson, you must embark on highly dangerous missions, sometimes in the trenches, sometimes undercover, but always alone and always eliminating the German Nazi threat. The Nazis are equipped with the same weapons as you, and they know how to use them. Throw a grenade and watch soldiers scatter, or better yet kick a steel pineapple back in their direction before it blows.

Missions are divided into challenging--but never frustrating--levels that include infiltrating a U-boat pen, destroying a war train while disguised as a German officer, or powering through a group of nasty Gestapo in a quaint French town. A mixture of stealth fighting and action bravado, using each with prudence is essential for successfully completing levels.

This game is full of suspense, in the way that a good page-turner keeps you up at night. You'll be playing until the end of the level, but when that comes, the briefing for the next level is just too enticing to stop. --Jeff Young

    Pros:
  • The best first-person shooter for the PlayStation
  • An engaging plot, even for non-history buffs
  • Outstanding music and sound design
    Cons:
  • Graphics get blurry when close up
  • Replayability is low except in multiplayer mode
  • Occasional polygon dropout can enable player to see through some walls
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 Jun. 2001
Format: Video Game
The first time i rented this game i thoght it was going to be like any other shoot-um-up, but when i started my jaw dropped it was amazing (not to mention funny), ymy intention to buy it grew. I had to beg my parents to buy it, the graphics are great the gameplay exellent and the lastness very long, if you have time to read this I hope it will encourage YOU to buy it to!If you have any thing to ask see below THANKS!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Oct. 2000
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You can't help saying mmmm.. at the prospect of shooting people, can you? Its wrong, its immoral, but dammit, it's fun. Lots of fun. And when those people are Nazis, what reason do you have not to buy this game? Ok, morals and ethics over, this is seriously entertaining gameplay, coupled with a compelling story to back it up. The beaty of the head shot has never been so delicately employed, and it feels so satisfying to down a man with the utmost skill, especially when ammo is scarce, (as opposed to the standard frag fests where you are practically swimming in machine-gun rounds). The difficulty curve is near perfect. You can get away with shooting aimlessly in the first few levels, but try doing that whilst sneaking round a Nazi army base with 3 bullets and 3 nazi's and you'll be finding yourself at the restart point more than once. More? You want more? How about a Multiplayer mode, which, before you ask, is more than a match for the aging Goldeneye deathmatches. Tool up to the teeth, load and blast you're mates face off. Superb. The only negative thing is the lifespan. Its roughly Metal Gear Solid sized. But like Snake's game, this is oozing quality gameplay from the nazi-whupping genes you were born with. Really..so you won't put it down till you complete it and you will continually come back to smite Hitlers men. Final thing? This game is platinum. £20! 15 if you shop carefully. So, please, get this instead of the usual predictable Fifa or Tomb Raider this Autumn and do this title justice.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. M. Brett on 2 Sept. 2006
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I've never been a sheep and don't intend to become one, I won't be rushing out to spend hundreds of pounds on a new console. I bought Medal of honour CHEAP! on amazon in mint condition and it's easily the best PS1 game ever.

It's not your average beat em up shoot em up, it's most like "goldeneye" on the N64 but a bit deeper. Problem solving and stealthy tactics are required and shooting accuracy increase your ratings. What is good is that it's based on true events which gives it much more credibility. I've just got the follow up "medal of honour underground" and I can't wait to get started.

Try it please and ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 Mar. 2002
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This is a great game! As soon as I started playing it I thought WOW! You even get to use german mounted machine guns that sit sand bagged at the side of the road...simply wait for a few Nazis to come round the corner and cut the down in a blaze of fire! A definite must for stress relief after a hard day at the office!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Maxwell on 29 Aug. 2007
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What can I say about this game, its the best! Its the original WW2 shoot'em up, its format has been copied so many times but for me no matter what title you give a war game it always comes back to this.

I just love everything about it, so many hours in my childhood were spent charging Jim Patterson around, single-handedly saving mankind from Nazi rule, OK so he's a yank you can't have it all ways (the commanding officer's British though, hazar!). Seriously though the gameplay (as with so many 'pre-next-gen' games) is brilliant and it really feels like a lot of work went into the research side of things as well as making the levels challenging but also quite fun as well. The atmosphere of this game is great too, if you've never played it before the first time is a great experience, never knowing when or where you're going to have to open fire on the German war machine, whether there's a dragons nest around the corner or a gestapo officer taking a whizz! And if that wasn't enough to get the juices flowing just listen to the music when you're playing, you can forget this next generation graphics, if you want excitement play this with the lights low and the volume up - I guarantee you'll be up all night!

I'v never played a war game with such a great blend of excitement and humour, it takes itself seriously but in a fun way. The levels are imaginative and if you look and listen carefully you might actually learn a few things about the war they didn't teach you in GCSE history. The game rewards you with stars and medals for your good work in each level until you finally reach the coveted Medal of Honour (although Jim Patterson should at least be made President for everything he does in the game) Anyways, one of my all time favourite games on any console, good luck soldier!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Marc Rosson on 22 April 2011
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I have bought this recently and despite it's age it is still one of the best of the Medal of Honor games and a lot better than some of the later ones. If you accept that this is a PS1 game so the graphics will not look like Black Ops but are still atmospheric none the less, the sound is great too and I think it has a much better control system than some of the later ones. It is also very challenging. I prefer playing the older games because far more work was put into one player missions in those days instead of what you get with the current generation of consoles which is games just geared up for online multiplayer with the one player mission tagged on as an afterthought. This is exactly how first person shooters should be and they don't make them like this any more.
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