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Medal of Honor: Frontline is a first-person shooting video game that was developed by EA Los Angeles and published by EA Games. The video game was released on May 29, 2002. Due to German laws regarding Nazi symbols the game was censored in Germany.

Censorship[]

Germany Censorship[]

  • Nazi symbols were removed or changed to Iron Crosses on the Xbox, Gamecube and PS2 Versions, but are uncensored on the PS3 Remaster.
  • References to real life Nazis were removed.
  • References to the Holocaust were removed.
  • In the bar fight dialogue was toned down.
    • The line "Can't you just hold your beer, you stupid bastard?" was changed to "Can't even hold a beer glass, can you?"
    • The line "I've had enough, you stupid Bavarian pig!" was changed to "That's enough! You hillbilly!"
  • Statistics at the end of the missions were removed for the Xbox and Gamecube Versions. They are uncensored on the PS2 Version as well as the PS3 Remaster.

Where to find it uncensored[]

Every other country has it uncensored.

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