Have been playing this for the past couple days (thanks to Ravetrash), and must say I'm impressed. In so far as World War II first person shooters, this game is the more realistic counterpart to the imaginative Return to Castle Wolfenstein. The rendering engine is based on one from ID, so game play is smooth. I've found enemy AI so far to be just right - not too quirky so as to reduce from the playability of the game, but not so predictable such that the challenge is gone. The realism of weapon design is remarkable, down to heavy recoils and characteristic noises made when an ammo cartridge runs out. The level of detail in the levels is also impressive - down to sparkling frost on brick walls and the warmth of quaint little european villages. The situations employed are refreshingly creative for the first person shooter genre. Joyrides include driving a King Tiger tank through an abandoned town and laying to rubble everything in your path, as well as manning the machine gun on a jeep to destroy a runway full of planes. Sniper play is emphasized in a variety of contexts and on seemingly every other mission. My favourite mission thus far in terms of sheer creativity and unique gameplay has been the one where it recreates the storming of Omaha beach. Quite honestly it's like playing the opening scene of Saving Private Ryan. I highly reccomend Medal of Honor if you're looking for something to waste your time with. Screen shots maybe to follow.