Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Airborne
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Her World, My Grind
1 March 2010
Excerpt: Hot on the heels of Master of the Monster Lair , Atlus has decided to bring another Global A-developed game to North America called My World, My Way . This game doesn't involve dungeon creation of any sort, but it does have another original premise.
Conclusion: Be warned though, My World, My Way isn’t perfect. After the many hours I’ve put into the game, I found it to be a little repetitive. Essentially the game follows a certain order of events that’s repeated throughout the entire game.
Excerpt: Most know the Medal of Honor series' war torn past by now. The 'historically accurate' shooters were fantastic on the first PlayStation, and even flirted briefly with success on the second Sony console, before becoming bogged down in a struggle to move forward, like a soldier pinned in the trenches.
Excerpt: Graphics & Sound: The WWII shooter genre is overdone at best. The Medal of Honor and the Call of Duty camps have been largely in a two front battle with each other for years. There have been small insurgencies of other titles poking their nose into the fray from time to time, but mostly the two big...
Conclusion: Things do tend to come unstuck towards the end of each level, and it can suddenly turn into an incredibly linear run-and-gun affair, but these short downfalls aren't enough to drag the game down into badtitude. Well done EA, well done.
Excerpt: Breakthrough is the 2nd expansion for the WWII hit Medal of Honor. Like its predecessors, the game is an action-packed WWII fighter. This time around, you are in Northern Africa, Sicily and Italy trying to stop the Germans from expanding their territory.
Conclusion: next battle. Medal of Honor Airborne is touted as having completely open levels, but in reality the levels aren’t as open as advertised, as there are plenty of invisible barriers blocking your progression into certain seemingly open areas of the environment.