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Review: Medal of Honor: Warfighter
17 March 2013
Excerpt: I had high hopes for Medal of Honor: Warfighter. I thought this game would finally bring the series back to its former glory… and then I played it. Now, I’m starting to get the sense that MoH is the redheaded stepchild of military style first person shooters.
Excerpt: Warfighter is a new sequel to the First Person Shooter Medal Of Honor. You play as Preacher a Tier One Solider in the Middle East as he shoots his way through a number of missions to hunt down a terrorist leader only known as “the Cleric” and stop him from distributing a new explosive called PETN...
Excerpt: Shortly after the EA’s Medal of Honor reboot met with adequate consumer and critical response, it became clear that a 14th game in the first-person shooter series would be a go. Medal of Honor: Warfighter focuses on the story and the glory of various Special Ops units, but is there anything really...
Conclusion: Concept: Medal of Honor: Warfighter resembles an untrained insurgent trying to figure out a state-of-the-art rocket launcher more than a Tier 1 soldier.
Graphics: The powerful Frostbite 2 engine creates some great lighting effects, but oftentimes Danger Close oversaturates it
Sound: Competent voice...
Summary: The war that broke the camel's back Medal of Honor: Warfighter is a funny name. Yes, "Warfighter" is a term with a real-life military application, but that doesn't stop it from sounding incredibly silly. It is gratuitously macho, not to mention rather redundant.