Summary: Game is full of bugs and it doesn't seem to keep up with the great previous chapters of the famed Medal of Honor of WWII. It seems rushed to market and not very well thought out. Save your money or go elsewhere for your FPS fun.
Summary: I wouldn't recommend this game because for several reasons 1. In order to play multiplayer you'll have to download punkbuster which will slow your pc. 2. The game is lagging and my spec are good. 3. Not feeling the game it don't get me into the Afghanistan fighting ground.
Summary: If you purchase this you may not be able to "verify ownership" through EA servers even just to play the single player campaign. I installed the game on Saturday, had to call for support to "validate ownership".
Summary: I have never in my life purchased a game when it first came out (first thirty days that is) but I wanted to play Medal of Honor. I have all the others and never was disappointed. Well this is the first and I hope the LAST to disappoint. What were the creators thinking?
Summary: Normally he's off to his "office" with beer and whatever else he does in there and I don't see him for a week after he wastes whatever on a new game. This one- he picks up a six pack on Friday night and he's back in the bedroom two hours later-bored and ready to play. He's never played it again.
Summary: Dont believe the hype, severely over rated game play. Ever play a very cheap arcade game? You know, the type that you have limited options on what you can do. This game is a prime example of that.
Summary: I was looking for a new game and thought I would give Medal of Honor a try. Me and 3 of my friends picked it up. After 2 weeks of just playing this game and hating it the entire time we switched back to play mostly Bad Company and every once in awhile MW2. There is zero depth to this game.
Summary: I play battlefield bad company 2 and thought that since this game is made by EA and Dice it would rock. Boy was I wrong! If you like getting spawn killed in super small unimaginative maps then buy this game.
Summary: Why is EA's Medal of Honor always playing second fiddle to Call of Duty? In my opinion it is mainly the length of the single player campaign. The fact is, there are still lots of gamers out there that don't have the time or inclination to get good enough to hang with on-line multi-players.