Well imagine my surprise as I roll out of bed this afternoon to the hollering of "FedEx!!! FedEx here!!!" I went outside and Mr. FedEx guy handed me my Medal of Honor Frontline game. (Thank you for the free overnight shipping, EBGames!) I played through the first level, and made it to the end of the second before heading off to work. Here's my very early thoughts: Graphics: Pretty darn good. The first level, which essentially has you re-enacting the first scene from Saving Pvt. Ryan, is intense. Waves crash into your boat, soldiers start throwing up, and countless bullets scream by overhead. As you head in the water, bullets zip by, and into many of your pals bodies. The trails the bullets leave in the water look great. As for the beach, your screen will shake with each incoming projectile the Germans launch at you. I was wandering around, trying to dodge machine gun fire, when two feet away a missile landed. It was incredible. Player models are ok, but the faces look awkward mapped onto the heads when talking... I haven't played enough to judge detail in-depth. But, there is NO BLOOD. I noticed it right away, and I understand why Dreamworks would want to leave it out, but it's odd when you get a headshot on the enemy from 10 feet away and you don't see any blood at all... The sound is TERRIFIC. I'm playing it in Dolby Pro-Logic, and there is a lot of activity in all of my speakers. The sub's boom with each explosion, and the sounds of bullets whiz by endlessly. You'll hear other soldiers chatter, and the enemy talk about some good cigarette's. Controlling Jimmy Patterson is fairly easy. Those familiar with any other PS2 first-person shooter's will feel right at home. But as I've recently been playing A LOT of Halo, I'm used to the XBOX controller. You can customize the controller, but I went with the default settings. That's about all I have to report for now. Based on the short time I've spent with the game, I would recommend it for fans of the series for sure, and also for casual FPS fans.