- Ensemble Dark Horse:
- Sergeant Kelso and his paratroopers in "Arnhem Knights". You'll hear about how many players go out of their way in that level to save them even though they may not make it out alive.
- The angry chef enemy who appears in two thirds out of the game's campaign. Rising Sun tried to replicate this with their own angry chefs, but they don't appear nearly as often and aren't implied to be the same character.
- Fridge Brilliance: Generally, the first level in any game is an easy one. But this version of Omaha Beach will kill you, repeatedly, if you don't take the right path, and it's not explicitly marked so it's pretty much guaranteed to require at least a few restarts. One suspects they did this (killing you a lot) on purpose to represent what storming that beach really meant.
- Memetic Badass: Jimmy Patterson. Although, let's face it, his badassery is practically canon.
- Memetic Mutation:
- The Bread Is Delicious.
- Your Disguise Has Been Blown.
- Scrappy Weapon:
- The silenced pistol. It fires slowly and is incredibly inaccurate for such an accuracy-reliant weapon (using the left trigger only zooms in the view; it doesn't increase accuracy). And it's forced upon the player for the majority of the game (justifiably due to the game's secret operations theming).
- The MP40 in multiplayer. In multiplayer, firing speeds have increased noticeably. With this weapon's already fast firing speed, the recoil really gets out of hand in full auto (it's manageable in single player).
- That One Level: The Golden Lion (rail-shooter sequences, tons of snipers, etc) and Nijmegen Bridge (infinitely Respawning Enemies with little cover).
YMMV / Medal of Honor: Frontline