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* ChanceMeetingBetweenAntagonists: Agent Patterson gets a sneak peak at the BigBad Sturmgeist during an infiltration mission of a german seaport while the latter is inspecting said seaport. Sturmgeist becomes Patterson's target of pursuit in the later campaigns. Said early encounter occurs during the mission named "A Chance Meeting".


** The D-Day sequence for the first two levels is a faithful homage to ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''. The following level, Seaside Stowaway, has an area based on the movie's climactic scene.

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** The D-Day sequence for the first two levels is a faithful homage to ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''. The following level, Seaside Stowaway, has an area based on the movie's climactic scene.scene, including an encounter with a massive, but knocked-out, Tiger I tank.[[note]]The Tiger was actually meant to be the tank you have to knock out to cross the bridge, but the programmers ran out of time to script it, so it is only included as an EasterEgg.[[/note]]

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* MarathonLevel: [[ThatOneLevel The Golden Lion]], combined with CheckpointStarvation.


* BigBad: Haupstrumfuhrer Rudolf Ulbricht von Sturmgheist serves as this for the game.
* BilingualBonus: All of the Germans speak in their mother tongue. They can even sing a song entirely in german too.

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* BigBad: Haupstrumfuhrer Rudolf Ulbricht von Sturmgheist serves as this for the game.
game, though he only becomes super-prominent in the last two campaigns (you get an early peek at him in the second).
* BilingualBonus: All of the Germans speak in their mother tongue. They can even sing a song entirely in german too. You can use the subtitles to figure out what they're saying.



* ThePianoPlayer: A German soldier acts like one in the Golden Lion. If you tip him, the entire bar starts to sing a song called "The Songless Nightingale".

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* ThePianoPlayer: A German soldier acts like one in the Golden Lion. If you tip him, the entire bar starts to sing a song called "The Songless Nightingale". You'll need to do this to sneak upstairs.
* UniqueEnemy: The angry chef who throws knives at you in various campaigns. It's probably the same guy every time judging by his evolving injuries every time you face him.


* NonIndicativeName: Despite the subtitle "Frontline", Jimmy spends most of the game ''behind'' enemy lines. The sequences at D-Day, St. Matheiu, and Arnhem are exceptions, though even the latter two are just Jimmy passing through areas of heavy fighting while on his own mission.



** The D-Day sequence for the first two levels is a faithful homage to ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.

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** The D-Day sequence for the first two levels is a faithful homage to ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''. The following level, Seaside Stowaway, has an area based on the movie's climactic scene.


** "Arnhem Knights" being a play on words of ''Film/HarlemNights''.


* BadGuyBar: The Golden Lion, where [[VillainsOutShopping German soldiers are shown having drinks and one of them plays the piano]].



* BadGuyBar: The Golden Lion, where [[VillainsOutShopping German soldiers are shown having drinks and one of them plays the piano]].

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* BadGuyBar: The Golden Lion, where [[VillainsOutShopping German soldiers are shown having drinks and one BilingualBonus: All of them plays the piano]].Germans speak in their mother tongue. They can even sing a song entirely in german too.


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** "Arnhem Knights" being a play on words of ''Film/HarlemNights''.


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* ThePianoPlayer: A German soldier acts like one in the Golden Lion. If you tip him, the entire bar starts to sing a song called "The Songless Nightingale".


The fourth installment in the ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'' series, ''Frontline'' was released in 2002 on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube, and the UsefulNotes/XBox.

Once again, you play as Lt. Jimmy Patterson of the OSS landing on Omaha Beach in the Normandy landings. This time around, you've got a new mission involving a secret weapon the Nazis are working on. Later revealed to be an experiment jet fighter that can jeopardize the push against Germany if successfully made.

The Game has six missions for you to accomplish, with two to four levels for each mission. Netting a gold star on each of these levels rewards you a medal for the mission.

The game received an HD-Remaster for the Limited Edition of ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor2010'' for the Playstation 3.

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The fourth installment in the ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'' series, ''Frontline'' was released in 2002 on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube, with UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube and the UsefulNotes/XBox.

UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} versions following a few months later.

Once again, you play as Lt. Jimmy Patterson of the OSS OSS, starting off with landing on Omaha Beach in the Normandy landings.as part of D-Day. This time around, you've got a new mission involving a secret weapon the Nazis are working on. Later revealed to be an experiment jet fighter that can jeopardize the push against Germany if successfully made.

The Game game has six missions for you to accomplish, with two to four levels for each mission. Netting a gold star on each of these levels rewards you a medal for the mission.

The game received an HD-Remaster HD Remaster for the Limited Edition of ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor2010'' for the Playstation 3.



* ArtisticLicenseMilitary: "Arnhem Knights" introduces you to Master Sergeant Kelso of the British Parachute Regiment. Although Master Sergeant is not a rank in the United Kingdom's military, rather it's a rank in the United States. Sergeant Major would've been the appropriate rank.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's no Cyberdemon, but Baron Sturmgeist can still soak a remarkable number of bullets, or even a few rockets, before going down permanently. Particularly notable since the series generally avoids using this trope.

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* ArtisticLicenseMilitary: "Arnhem Knights" introduces you to Master Sergeant Kelso of the British Parachute Regiment. Although Master Sergeant is not a rank in the United Kingdom's military, rather military; rather, it's a rank in the United States. Sergeant Major would've been the appropriate rank.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's no Cyberdemon, [[VideoGame/{{Doom}} Cyberdemon]], but Baron Sturmgeist can still soak a remarkable number of bullets, or even a few rockets, before going down permanently. Particularly notable since the series generally avoids using this trope.



* BadGuyBar: The Golden Lion, where [[VillainsOutShopping German soldiers were shown to having drinks and one of them plays the piano]].
* DarkestHour: "Arnhem Knights", where at this point Operation Market Garden is a complete failure and you must help the British paratroopers survive against the onslaught of German soldiers.
* DemotedToExtra: Manon, who was featured in the previous installments, and starred in ''Underground'' only receives a brief mention by a French Resistance operative in the single player mode and playable only in the multiplayer.

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* BadGuyBar: The Golden Lion, where [[VillainsOutShopping German soldiers were are shown to having drinks and one of them plays the piano]].
* DarkestHour: "Arnhem Knights", where Knights"; at this point point, Operation Market Garden is a complete failure failure, and you must help the British paratroopers simply try to survive against the onslaught of German soldiers.
* DemotedToExtra: Manon, who was featured in the previous installments, installments and starred in ''Underground'' ''Underground'', only receives a brief mention by a French Resistance operative in the single player mode and playable only in the multiplayer.



* RareGuns: The Sturmgewehr-44, usable in the "Operation Repunzel", "Riding the Storm", and "Derailed!" levels. Also the Gewehr 43, which is the sniper rifle of choice for the "Several Bridges to Far" and "The Horten's Nest" missions.

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* RareGuns: The Sturmgewehr-44, Sturmgewehr 44, usable in the "Operation Repunzel", "Riding the Storm", and "Derailed!" levels. Also the Gewehr 43, which is the sniper rifle of choice for the "Several Bridges to Far" and "The Horten's Nest" missions.



** The D-Day sequence for the first two levels being a faithful homage to ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.

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** The D-Day sequence for the first two levels being is a faithful homage to ''Film/SavingPrivateRyan''.



** The MinecartMadness level is reimescent to the minecart scene in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom''.
* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: The Winchester 1897 shotgun you can get your hands on.

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** The MinecartMadness level is reimescent to reminiscent of the minecart scene in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom''.
* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: The Winchester 1897 shotgun you can get your hands on. Short-ranged, but incredibly powerful.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's no Cyberdemon, but Baron Sturmgeist can still soak a remarkable number of bullets, or even a few rockets, before going down permanently. Particularly notable since the series generally avoids using this trope.


Once again, you play as Lt. Jimmy Patterson of the OSS landing on the beaches of Omaha. This time around, you've got a new mission involving a secret weapon the Nazis are working on. Later revealed to be an experiment jet fighter that can jeopardize the push against Germany if successfully made.

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Once again, you play as Lt. Jimmy Patterson of the OSS landing on Omaha Beach in the beaches of Omaha.Normandy landings. This time around, you've got a new mission involving a secret weapon the Nazis are working on. Later revealed to be an experiment jet fighter that can jeopardize the push against Germany if successfully made.



* RareVehicles: The Horten Ho 229, aka the HO-IX.

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* RareVehicles: The [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horten_Ho_229 Horten Ho 229, 229]], aka the HO-IX.HO-IX. Justified since it is a prototype.


* StupidJetpackHitler: Sturmgeist and his group are helping to mass produce the Ho IX, an advanced prototype jet fighter being developed for the Luftwaffe.

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* StupidJetpackHitler: Sturmgeist and his group are helping to mass produce the Ho IX, an advanced prototype jet fighter being developed for the Luftwaffe.Luftwaffe.
* SuperPrototype: The Ho IX, an advanced, heavily armed jet aircraft designed for intercepting Allied bombers, and capable of outrunning and outgunning any Allied fighter it comes up against.
* UrbanWarfare: The levels set in Nijmegen and Arnhem, in particular the latter, where Patterson has to fight his way through houses and destroyed buildings.


The Game has six missions for you to accomplish, with two to four levels for each mission.

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The Game has six missions for you to accomplish, with two to four levels for each mission. Netting a gold star on each of these levels rewards you a medal for the mission.



* DemotedToExtra: Manon, who was one of your briefing officers in the first title and stared in ''Underground'' only recieves a brief mention by a French Resistance operative in the single player mode and playable only in the multiplayer.

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* DemotedToExtra: Manon, who was one of your briefing officers featured in the first title previous installments, and stared starred in ''Underground'' only recieves receives a brief mention by a French Resistance operative in the single player mode and playable only in the multiplayer.


* EliteMooks: The Waffen-SS as with previous titles, but especially those under Sturmgeist's command, as they are armed to the teeth with the best weapons Nazi Germany has to offer.



* StormingTheBeaches: Like Powell in ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorAlliedAssault'', Patterson storms Omaha Beach on D-Day in a similar sequence.

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* StormingTheBeaches: Like Powell in ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorAlliedAssault'', Patterson storms Omaha Beach on D-Day in a similar sequence.sequence of events.


The fourth installment in the ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'' series, ''Frontline'' was released in 2002 on the Playstation 2, Nintendo Gamecube, and the X-Box.

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The fourth installment in the ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonor'' series, ''Frontline'' was released in 2002 on the Playstation 2, Nintendo Gamecube, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube, and the X-Box.
UsefulNotes/XBox.


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* StormingTheBeaches: Like Powell in ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorAlliedAssault'', Patterson storms Omaha Beach on D-Day in a similar sequence.


* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: The Winchester 1897 shotgun you can get your hands on.

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* ShotgunsAreJustBetter: The Winchester 1897 shotgun you can get your hands on.on.
* StupidJetpackHitler: Sturmgeist and his group are helping to mass produce the Ho IX, an advanced prototype jet fighter being developed for the Luftwaffe.

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