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Medal of Honor: Heroes
-Play as three fabled Medal of Honor heroes in this all-new saga with PSP-exclusive features.
-Take on the role of Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson, star of Medal of Honor and MoH: Frontline, in a new story set in Holland during Operation Market Garden.
-Sabotage German forces on the Italian coastline as MoH Allied Assault Breakthrough star Sergeant John Baker.
-Return to the Battle of the Bulge as Lieutenant William Holt from MoH European Assault.
-You'll encounter 12 distinct single-player environments. Six multiplayer modes offer 15 maps.
-Eight players can join for ad-hoc play, while 32 can band together online.
-You can even unlock 20 classic MoH characters to use in multiplayer.

Medal of Honor: Vanguard
-MOH: Vanguard offers a whole new way to earn your place in history in this new Medal of Honor WWII combat saga.
-You're Corporal Frank Keegan, leader of the 82nd Airborne Division.
-You'll become the driving force in the effort to free Europe as you engage in epic battles across the continent.
-This time, each mission starts in the belly of a transport plane. You'll leap to your destiny as you drop in behind enemy lines to complete the most critical missions of WWII.
-Experience historic campaigns, including Operation Husky on Sicily's shores, Operation Varsity inside Nazi Germany, and more, as you go from American paratrooper to international war hero.

Medal of Honor: European Assault
-The Medal of Honor franchise is back with its fourth installment.
-It's Europe, 1942, and you are U.S. Army Lieutenant William Holt, the first field agent of the Office of Strategic Services - OSS. Your main goal is to work with the Allied forces to liberate Europe.
-Multiple objectives leading in different directions make this latest Medal of Honor title unique.
-Your choices will shape your experience as you navigate the open battlefield.
-Historically accurate and realistic, Medal of Honor: European Assault offers nine gameplay modes across 16 maps.

Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
-The date: June 6, 1944. The location: behind enemy lines, Nazi Germany. The man: OSS Operative John Berg. The mission: Undermine the Nazi regime!
-Drop into the boots of an elite-trained paratrooper and take the enemy face-on as you attempt to swing the tide of the Western front.
-Pick up your Wii Zapper for a fully immersive experience, or introduce players with less experience by using the old-school rail-shooter mode, where the Wii moves you around and it's your job to take down the enemies.
-Then jump online for massive 32-player online battles with soldiers from all over the world.

Medal of Honor: Airborne
-You are Private First Class Boyd Travers of the 82nd Airborne Division, and it's your job to battle your way through the WWII wasteland battlefields of Europe.
-Start with the earliest paratrooper battles in Sicily and fight your way to the battles that won the war in Germany.
- You begin each mission behind enemy lines, and the airdrop is fully interactive – and intense!
-Choose your own starting point and change the way each mission goes. Once you've landed, assess the terrain to make the best tactical decision.
-Take your pick of a variety of authentic and customizable weapons, each with different characteristics, and then choose your path in the free-roaming FPS environment! (I especially like how this last one is worded, although 'free-roaming is BS.)Call of Duty: Finest Hour
-Call of Duty: Finest Hour was developed by Spark Unlimited, a new studio formed by some of the same creative masterminds behind EA's Medal of Honor series.
-In Call of Duty you will engage in a unique World War II storyline filled with challenging missions and rich battlefield environments.
-You will participate firsthand in intense cinematic battlefield conflicts as unsung heroes fighting as part of a crack squad through the chaos of battle.
-Play as three different allies, the Americans, British, and Russians.
-Call of Duty features authentic weapons, vehicles, environments, combat missions, and the real sounds of war.

Call of Duty 2
-Play through the eyes of ordinary soldiers who became our greatest heroes in Call of Duty 2, the sequel to the award-winning World War II shooter.
-Fight new conflicts and enemies across Europe, Russia, and North Africa.
-Storm the cliffs of Point du Hoc against a brutal German assault or hunt for Russian tanks surrounded by the finest men yet.
-Your fully aware fellow grunts will draw fire, lay down cover, and use a context-sensitive battle-chatter system.
-Control the plan of attack as you tackle missions and objectives in the order you see fit.
-Online, the fabled COD multiplayer modes only get better with team-based Axis vs. Allies conflicts.

Call of Duty 2: Big Red One
-Answer the Call of Duty again in Big Red One, Activision's latest episode in the critically acclaimed World War II shooter series.
-Graphics, textures and animations are richer and smoother than ever.
-Jump right into the action of the historic operations of the famed First Infantry Division in Italy, North Africa and Central Europe.
-For the first time, play through the Story Mode with the same character, running missions with your men in bombed-out villages and Nazi-infested forests.

Call of Duty 3
-One of World War II's most epic campaigns, the liberation of Paris, gets epic next-generation treatment in Call of Duty 3.
-Step into a breathtaking, seamless storyline as four ordinary Allied soldiers thrust into an extraordinary situation, the Normandy Breakout.
-An all-new close-quarters battle mechanic lets you fight hand-to-hand, rig impromptu bombs, disarm traps, and perform other keys to battlefield survival.
Branching mission paths with multiple attack routes and distinct tactical requirements let you choose to outflank your enemy or overpower him head on.
-Environmental physics means there's nowhere to hide. Cover, both yours or your enemy's, can be destroyed.
-Up to 24 can battle in team-based multiplayer with vehicles.

After compiling that list, I because curious as to the number or WWII shooters. After further research, I have come to the conclusion that the World War II shooter genre needs to die!
Bonus: Every WWII shooter I could think of or look up without trying too hard.
World War II Online: Battleground Europe
Battlefield 1942
Battlefield 1942: The Road To Rome (Expansion)
Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWII (Expansion)
Call of Duty
Call of Duty: Finest Hour (Console Port)
Call of Duty: United Offensive (Expansion)
Call of Duty 2
Call of Duty 2: Big Red One (Console Port)
Call of Duty 3
Call of Duty: Roads to Victory
Call of Duty: World at War (TBR)
Day of Defeat
Day of Defeat: Source
Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30
Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood
Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway
Brothers in Arms: D-Day
Brothers in Arms: Art of War
Brothers in Arms: Double Time
Brothers in Arms (N-Gage)
Brothers in Arms DS
Castle Wolfenstein
Beyond Castle Wolfenstein
Wolfenstein 3D
Spear of Destiny
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
Wolfenstein:Enemy Territory
Medal of Honor
Medal of Honor: Underground
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault: Spearhead (Expansion)
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault: Breakthrough (Expansion)
Medal of Honor: Frontline
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
Medal of Honor: Infiltrator
Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
Medal of Honor: European Assault
Medal of Honor: Heroes
Medal of Honor: Vanguard
Medal of Honor: Airborne
Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
Red Orchestra: Combined Arms
Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45
Hidden & Dangerous
Hidden & Dangerous 2
Deadly Dozen
Deadly Dozen: Pacific Theater
Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines
Commandos: Beyond the Call of Duty
Commandos 2: Men of Courage
Commandos 3: Destination Berlin
Commandos: Strike Force
Hour of Victory
World War II Combat: Road to Berlin
World War II Combat: Iwo Jima
WWII Normandy
Sniper Elite
History Channel: Battle for the Pacific
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty
Velvet Assassin (TBR)
Combat Elite: WWII Paratroopers
Schwarzenberg (TBR)
World War II Sniper: Call to Victory
Saboteur (TBR)
Men of War

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