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Medal of Honor: Underground
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North American cover art
Developer(s) DreamWorks Interactive (PS)
Rebellion Developments(GameBoy)
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts (PS)
Destination Software (GameBoy)
Composer(s) Michael Giacchino
Series Medal of Honor
Platform(s) Playstation
GameBoy Advance
Playstation Network
Release date(s) Playstation
October 23, 2000 (NA)
December 1, 2000 (EU)
GameBoy Advance
November 25, 2002 (NA)
May 2003 (EU)
Playstation Network
June 11, 2009
Genre(s) First-Person Shooter
Mode(s) Singleplayer
Multiplayer
Rating(s) Teen (ESRB)
16 (PEGI)
Media CD
Digital Download
Cartridge
Medal of Honor: Underground is a World War II first-person shooter. In Underground, the player takes the role of Manon Batiste (Based on Helene Deschamps Adams), a French woman who appeared in the first game as an advisor. The plot of the game begins before the original Medal of Honor, when Manon fights for the French Resistance before America entered the war. As the plot progresses, Manon is recruited to the OSS and takes on covert missions in occupied Europe and Africa. Missions include the sabotage of a V-1 flying bomb factory and rescuing prisoners of war. Levels include, occupied Greece, North Africa, Monte Cassino and Germany. The first and last levels are set in Paris, at the beginning and end of the Nazi occupation. It was released in North America on October 23, 2000, for the Sony PlayStation.

WeaponsEdit

AmericanEdit

GermanEdit

BritishEdit

MiscellaneousEdit

LevelsEdit

Occupied! (May 1-10, 1942)

Hunting the Desert Fox (November 5, 1942)

  • Casablanca
  • Lighting the Torch
  • Burning Sands
  • Ally in the Desert

Undercover in Crete (June 12, 1943)

  • Getting the Story
  • What Lies at Knossos
  • LABYRINTH

Wewelsburg: Dark Camelot (September 19-20, 1943)

  • Ascent to the Castle
  • Dark Valhalla
  • A Vicious Cycle

Last Rites at Monte Cassino (June 15, 1944)

  • Roundabout
  • Prisoners of War
  • Mayhem in the Monastery

A Mittelwerk Saboteur (July 4, 1944)

  • Plans for Destruction
  • Sabotage!
  • Sidecar Shootout

Liberation! (August 19-22, 1944)

  • Final Uprising
  • Street by Street
  • Operation Marketplace
  • The End of the Line

Bonus LevelsEdit

Panzerknacker Unleashed! (June 28, 1944)

  • Where Beagles Dare
  • Rotten to the Corps
  • I, PANZERKNACKER!

InformationEdit

DevelopersEdit

The PlayStation version was developed by DreamWorks Interactive, the Gameboy Advanced version was developed by Rebellion.

PublishersEdit

The publisher like the rest of the Medal of Honor series was Electronic Arts.

Release DatesEdit

For PlayStation, it was released on October 23, 2000 in the USA and December 1, 2000 for the PAL region. For GBA, USA it was released on November 25, 2002, for PAL is was released in May 2003. In Japan is was released on December 18, 2003.

RatingEdit

It was rated T for Teen by ESRB and +15 by ELSPA. There was a singleplayer and multiplayer mode.

Music Edit

Michael Giacchino was hired to compose the music in Medal of Honor Underground. Here is a list of the tracks:

  1. May 10th, 1940 (Main Theme) (4:29)
  2. The Streets Of Paris (3:49)
  3. Amongst The Dead (3:17)
  4. Fleeing The Catacombs (3:07)
  5. Panzer Blockade (3:19)
  6. The Road To Tobruk (3:23)
  7. Escape From Casablanca (3:18)
  8. Passage To Iráklion (3:39)
  9. Labyrinth Of The Minotaur (3:14)
  10. Ascent To The Castle (3:23)
  11. Last Rites (3:33)
  12. The Battle Of Monte Cassino (3:15)
  13. The Motorcycle Chase (4:17)
  14. Returning To Paris (3:24)
  15. Beneath The City (3:08)
  16. Each Night He Comes To Me (3:52) Performed by Bettina Spier
  17. May 10th, 1940 (Alternate) (4:19)
  18. Er Lasst Mich Niemals Allein (4:35) In-game radio broadcast
  19. Intro (Manon) (1:05)

List of music in the game: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0B0017FDB279F2F4

Gameboy GameplayEdit

Medal of Honor: Underground is also a Game Boy Advance game released on November 25, 2002. It is a first-person shooter based on the PlayStation version. The game was developed by Rebellion and published by Destination Software. Underground for the GBA features up to 4 players using the Game Boy link cable and 17 levels.

ReceptionEdit

Underground garnered unanimous positive reviews for the PlayStation version just like the game before, with praise for the action-packed moments and the engaging soundtrack. Although, the Gameboy version received mixed to negative reviews, being criticized for sub par graphics and slower frame rates compared to the PlayStation version.

It has a Metacritic score of 86 for the PlayStation version and 46 for the Gameboy version.

ReferencesEdit

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