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Medal of Honor Heroes
Game Description:Experience three campaigns of previously unseen encounters in WWII through the eyes of renown heroes from past Medal of Honor games. Take on the role of Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson -- star of both the original Medal of Honor, and MOH: Frontline -- in an untold chapter of his time served for Operation Market Garden. Play as Sergeant John Baker, from MOH: Allied Assault Breakthrough, and sabotage German defenses on the Italian coastline to help the invasion forces crack Hitler's iron hold on Europe. And don the officer's cap of Lieutenant William Holt from MOH: European Assault and return to the Ardennes Forest during the Battle of the Bulge to complete unfinished business for the OSS. Players experience a totally new single player campaign, and can choose from six different multiplayer modes within 15 different maps, while participating in wireless multiplayer sessions with up to 32 players. Players also unlock over 20 classic characters to use in multiplayer games.
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