Pros: Medal of Honor is a good game but I will warn the campaign is short. The story is compelling but very short. But if you can pick up this game on the cheap then go for it. I definitely found the game enjoyable and would recommend it.
Summary: I love the World War II MOH games. I was hesitant on buying this game, but decided to give it a try. When I first started to play it I was a little undecided on how I felt about the game. But the further I got in the game the more I liked it. The levels aren't too long, but aren't extremely long either. Storyline is pretty solid, graphics, sound, controls, and gameplay are all solid as well. Overall and really good game and worth the money.
Summary: I am happy that MOH decided to finally move to the present, because we have definately had our fill of WWII games. I personally enjoyed the campaign mode quite a bit, I found it to be almost equal to COD. I haven't played the multiplayer because EA still after 2 almost 3 years refuses to make it free.
Summary: My favorite part of this game is actually the campaign's ability to show the strong brotherhood forged between soldiers; that they'd be willing to go to the ends of the Earth for each other. One does not see this in CoD. As for the multiplayer, it's. . . different. Of course, since it was made by DICE, there isn't much wide-scale destruction and vehicles, but I think this game was DICE's attempt to tell CoD fans that we can make something better.