Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Airborne
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An Above-Average WWII Shooter
29 July 2010
Summary: To me, Medal of Honor has always kinda been behind as far as the quality of their games were concerned. They had always produced enjoyable, if not stellar WWII shooters, and that was okay by me. Airborne shifted things up, in all honesty is a very decent game. Nothing groundbreaking, but the combination of good set pieces and combat, combined with the addictive gun upgrade system, the game is certainly enjoyable.
Pros: Challenging, Easy to Learn, Gameplay, Graphics, Great Sound
Summary: I bought this game last week, and along with Command and Conquer Generals, it's my new favorite video game. A few people have said that it's not as good as this MOH game or that MOH game or some other game from another series, but if you take it as it is it's actually a very good, fun game. Though it is true it is a relitively short game (six levels) it has remarkably replayable. It's not a game where you play it once through and then turn around and sell it.
Pros: Challenging, Easy to Learn, Engaging Story Line, Gameplay, Graphics, Great Sound, Multiplayer
My World Would Have Better Production Values If It Were My Way
Aaron Slater, RPGamer
1 March 2010
Excerpt: My World My Way is a traditional RPG developed on what appears to be a fairly low budget by Global A, the developer of another Atlus translated title, Master of the Monster Lair. The two titles have quite a bit in common, including graphics, game play mechanics, and even a couple of recurring characters.
Summary: i already own this game but i recomended it to a buddy and they dont sell the medal of honor series at wal mart and i told him if he bought me red orchestra i would buy him medal of honow airborne i love the game and always have!
Excerpt: I love the Medal of Honour series. For better (Allied Assault), or for worse (Pacific Assault), it is always very cinematic and engaging, and although the series hasn't been hot for a while, I'll always buy the games because they deliver an experience like no other. It is in many ways an apotheosis of the MoH series, because it is indicative of both the strengths and flaws of the series as a whole.
Excerpt: One can start a Medal of Honor review by saying two things. First off, Medal of Honor is very American. Always has been. You can tell that by the name, but its official, America won WW2, no one else. Secondly, following on from that, Medal of honor has always been the sort of First Person Shooter, where you typically play the one man army.
Excerpt: Let me first start off by saying that I have never been into the WWI/II gaming area of FPS but I have to hand to EA they have introduced me very well into this genre that is both entertaining and (if the facts are true) quite educating also. First off though we'll talk graphics and I think personally they are better than that of COD4 or even, dare I say it, on par with GTA4. I have to hand to EA, they've done a superb job with both the engine and gaming experience.
Excerpt: I bought this game for my computer last week and I love it. Keeping with the tradition of Medal Of Honor this game is set around World War 2. This game comes with a large assortment of weapons that are all upgradable, but you have to prove yourself in combat to get the modifications. You have full control of your body from the second you jump out of the plane. You can steer your parachute and shoot your gun in the air!