Medal Of Honor: Infiltrator G.R. Issue #26 (GBA) Yeah yeah we're late again. Welcome to another edition of GBAtemp Recommends! This feature is to educate and inform our members about quality GBA titles that have either been a hit with gamers or went unnoticed to the general public. GBAtemp Recommends! Medal Of Honor: Infiltrator So we all know that MoH: Underground was one of the worst GBA titles in existance, but this game is a different beast. Essentially its just like the console MoH games but with a overhead view point. Like the console game you can either just go ape crazy and run around shooting folk Commando style or you can be more cautious and use stealth which is always the best option for this game. As well as the overhead sections there are also Operation Wolf style first person style shooting & sniper levels which help break up the gameplay. There are also some very fun levels where you have to drive around too. Graphically, I can't fault it. Levels look great, everything is well designed and also I have never had any slowdown at all. The sound is very atmospheric, keeping with what the series has implemented including a great soundtrack. There are also the black & white video cutscenes that tell you about what is going down in each mission. Overall the developers have done such an amazing job in keeping the same feel of the console games to the GBA that I wished that EA had them do a sequel or work on other GBA games but sadly Netherock Ltd never made another game afterwards. A great loss to gaming I feel. Sadly it feels a little too short, there are only 15 levels in all and none of them are that long. One nice addition to this game is that if you link it up with the Gamecube version of MoH: Rising Sun, you get an very good overhead map to help you with that game. There is also an Survival mode to unlock as well as multiplayer deathmatch and co-op between two GBA handhelds. Overall I can recommend this title for those looking for a overhead shooter on the GBA.