Medal of Honor: Airborne
The History Channel called: It wants its war back. But that ain't gonna happen in '07, as this year issues in yet another glut of World War II first-person shooters. So what's the hook in the latest Medal of Honor'? Aerial assaults.
These aren't dogfights or B-52 bombing runs, though. Rather, these are real para-chute-in-and-watch-your-feet-dangle moments while dropping into a German-stuffed war zone. The jumps are dynamic leaps out of planes and onto the battlefield, where troops--both friend and foe--relocate and adjust to your position. Airborne also offers a lot of freedom as to where you touch down; you can drop in behind enemy lines and fight back to your platoon or land near your buds and help them pave the streets with Nazi blood across the five true-to-life military aerial operations.