There last few medal of honors where nothing new nothing special.
Along comes airborne that offers the chance to start and progress through the levels in any way you can. The choice is yours. If you land in one of the safety zones you'll start off the level easy, if you land in an enemy heavy zone the game will feel a lot more challenging.
Either way you go once you've landed you will be given various objectives to complete which can be completed in more or less any order you like again the choice is yours.
The levels themselves are quite big and offer a few different ways to tackle each objective either take on your enemies head on or look for vantage points to take your enemies out from a distance or sneak up behind them. There is a lot of freedom in the game.
Another addition to the game I liked was the chance to level up your weapons. the more enemies you kill with a certain gun the more the more powerful that weapon will become well up to three levels anyway which included better accuracy, bigger ammo clips, enhanced fire power etc. even better is that you carry these enhanced weapons along with you the harder difficulty levels.
The graphics aren't the best I've seen but they are still quite good especially on the environments.
Each level you will also find 5 bonus drop zones for you to test you skills.
This is a great first person shooter that offers a lot of freedom and can be quite challenging in places leveling up your weapons can be fun and also a challenge to themselves. If I was to pick faults with the game it would be its graphics and although levels can last you quite a while there isn't a great deal of them to play through. A very good game that you can pick up very cheap now.