Medal of Honor: Underground (2000)

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A young girl named Manon Batiste becomes an active member of the French Resistance, after Nazi Germany occupied her country during World War II.


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3 September 2001 | niz
Worthy sequel
The follow-up to the classic first-person-shooter is little more than a mission-pack add-on to the original, but that's fine with me - why mess with a winning formula?

The game has some new features: you are occasionally teamed with a non-player ally, and are given the opportunity to commandeer and ride in vehicles. These segments help break up gameplay that remains pretty much the same as before.

Where this game scores is in the build-up of atmosphere (admittedly at the expense of the authenticity of the original), some of the castle levels are truly terrifying to play, despite the inherent silliness of suits of armour coming to life and dogs carrying machine guns!

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Soundtracks

Each Night He Comes Home To Me
Composed by
Michael Giacchino
Lyrics by Scott Langteau (as Scott J. Langteau)
Arranged by Alkiviades Steriopoulos
Adapted for German and Performed by Bettina Spier

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Action | Adventure | History | War

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Language

English, German


Country of Origin

USA

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