Medal of Honor: Airborne

Global Total as of 28th Oct 2017 (units): 1.10m
Platform: Xbox 360Also on: PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows
Developer: EA Los Angeles Genre: Shooter

Total Units

North America: 0.45m 40.6%
+ Europe: 0.52m 47.6%
+ Japan: 0.01m 0.7%
+ Rest of the World: 0.12m 11.1%
= Global 1.10m

Release History

Medal of Honor: Airborne Electronic ArtsNorth America04th September 2007Retail
Medal of Honor: Airborne Electronic ArtsEurope07th September 2007Retail
Medal of Honor: Airborne Electronic ArtsJapan08th November 2007Retail

Game Overview

Medal of Honor: Airborne is a shooter game developed by EA Los Angeles and released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360.

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coolbeans (on 12 June 2009)
Enjoyable game, just wish everything
didn't have to go to hell after the 2nd
to last level, between the invicible
nazis with miniguns and gas masks to a 4
story super tower that never existed.
MP can be very enjoyable but would've
been nice to see more game modes.
Anywhere in the 7's is what this game
deserves or 8-8.1 'cause graphics are
quite polished.
epinefridis (on 29 June 2008)
It's the best MoH since Allied Assault.
But, people ignored it. It's not their
fault. EA made all these shitty sequels.
Brewha (on 21 January 2008)
This is a really solid game, with tons
of exploration and a "freeroam" feel,
even if it isn't a total "freeroam"
game. The idea of dropping down from the
sky and choosing where to begin your
mission is AWESOME!

I found myself
playing levels over and starting from
different areas on the map to see how
different the experience would be.
me say that once you make it through a
level and then decide to replay and
"drop" somewhere else on the map, it
changes everything.
I would drop in one
area of the map and make progress
through with an "easy" feel, then if I
dropped in somewhere else on the map, I
found it played totally

Example - on one mission I
chose to drop away from town and begin
in a wooded area, then I slowly made my
way into town and started to meet and
fight enemy soldiers.
Upon replay, I
decided to drop right into the center of
town to see how different it would be,
and BAM! I was in a firefight before I
was even on the ground, soldiers were
surrounding me and sniping me and I had
to run for cover. AWESOME!

I really
think this game should've fared better,
but I guess the WWII game market has
been overdone, but honestly my
grandfather fought in WWII and I really
like the history of WWII and playing
games set in this time period.

should twist history around a little and
while I'm sure they'll continue make
games historically accurate as they have
in the past, I'd like to see something
with more fantasy surrounding WWII or
the 1930-1940s.

How about a
video game where the Germans totally won
the war in Europe and Russia, the
Japanese won the Pacific theater, and
you have to fight in the US for survival
and help "turn" the tide in a fantasy
1940s-1950s "extended" WWII
The first mission could be
surviving an attack in 1940s New York
City from a German surprise attack on
our shores in...let's say 1946 or maybe
Defend NYC from the Nazi's and
then the next mission could be defending
somewhere in California from a Japanese
surprise attack.

another Wolfenstein type game, where the
enemy is WWII Germans, but you're
following the trail of the twisted
scientists and leaders that were into
the occult and experimental
weapons/soldiers, and hunting them down
at the end of the European war. You'll
run into "regular" soldiers, but your
main quest is to hunt down the leaders
and twisted minds behind it all. Maybe
this idea is too close to Wolfenstien,
but make it less fantasy and more
realistic and dramatic.
about a game where you start off as a
German soldier, but decide what the
Nazi's are doing is insane and you
start to botch war plans, blow up ammo
depots, destroy maps and code breaking
devices, poison water and food supplies,
and maybe even a level where you try to
assassinate Hitler and his henchmen (and
that really happened!).
Sneak around
and try to cripple the Nazi's in
secret, while still trying to maintain
your position in the Nazi army. Pretend
to be a Nazi, but you're really helping
to destroy their plans.

That might
put a nice twist on the WWII game

Uh...other ideas, how about a
GOOD Vietnam game?
I've seen a few,
but they were lame!
I know that was an
unpopular war, but look at movies like
Platoon and Full Metal Jacket, they were
very successful and just because they
made some chessy Vietnam games, doesn't
mean that they can make a GREAT Vietnam
Imagine spending time in wooded
jungle areas on patrol and a tiger jumps
out and tries to eat you. Or the VC are
hiding the bushes and jump out and
attack with booby traps and tunnels and
the whole nine yards.

would make a REALISTIC Vietnam game, I
think it would be a good seller and a
fresh take on the FPS War type game.

jrix (on 16 January 2008)
i like this one, funny and solid
SpookyXJ (on 06 November 2007)
A very underrated game that sliped
through the cracks. Being able to tackel
objectives from any spot on the map
makes for a fun experience. I loved the
lean mechanic very well done. Good AI
makes for compelling encounters. It is
however disjointed as most WWII games
are with no real story stiching the
missions together. At least you play as
the same person through the whole game

I know WWII has been done to
death but this one is worth a look just
for the varied ways you can chose to
assault objectives and I love love love
the lean mechanic felt great. 8 out of
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