PS3 Multiplayer Users Should Avoid Until They Patch
Michigan Nate "beigs", Amazon
9 November 2012
Summary: If your a PS3 user who loves multiplayer action, then avoid this game until they release a patch. Frankly, Danger Close and EA should be ashamed of themselves. There are major issues with this game that have caused most of my clan mates to hang it up and go back to BF3 or hold out for BLOPS2. The two biggest issues: 1) VOIP in multiplayer is basically non-functional. Occasionally it works, but 98% of the time, it does not.
Summary: The fist Medal of Honor was okay, with some good moments and action packed all the way. This one just doesn't live up to that standard. The story is a mess, involving family and military matters picking up the trail where the first game left off. Other than that, it's not visually appealing for most of the time and the gameplay feels more sluggish and overall different from the first game or most of the generic FPS out there.
Summary: I've got number 1 and that's brilliant but this game is a total let Dow sound effects game play story just completely not what I expected wish I didn't buy it but I must say amazon I can't fault p&p spot on
Summary: I loved earlier incarnations of these series so was quite excited to only have to spend 9 quid on it for PS3. I'm not very far into it yet but can't say I'm that impressed. The atmosphere is OK, the in-game graphics I think are quite good actually but the non-playable footage I don't think is very realistic. The game has crashed on me twice - I'm unaware there's any fault with my machine.
Summary: considering danger close tried to fill this game with so many diffrent aspects it still fails to be a good game, story is short and switches between two main players who are piecing together an awful plot. Ai is useless on both teams your team struggle's to kill any enermy ai though the whole game and i've seen enermy ai running along side my team ai an neither taking a shot a each other it is was almost laughable.
No medals needed! - Medal of Honor (sic): Warfighter
24 July 2013
Excerpt: "The last Medal of Honor game to hit PS3 got mixed reviews. Medal of Honor runs up against the Call of Duty series of games as a first person shooter. Unfortunately the Call of Duty series has an almost religious following now and possibly games in the same genre take an unnecessary knock just for not being Call of Duty. The last game I felt was a good entry into the franchise and it was good to see Medal of Honor returning after a long break. The ...
Pros: Great idea, an alternative to Call of Duty
Cons: It just doesn't work, never feels immersive and ultimately it disappoints .
Inspector Gadget "Go Go Gadget Reviews", amazon.co.uk
6 March 2013
Summary: I've made it clear in the past how I feel about FPS video games. There are just too many of them. I feel that they are dangerous, and may well sink the video games industry at some point when the market inevitably becomes oversaturated with them. The war-based FPS games are the worst, often glorifying aggression in foreign countries and making heroes out of invading forces.
Summary: AS the first one was really nice to play and the on multi-player was great - this one is another example of outsourcing , big marketing, shocking game and rip of the customer. The multi-player is shocking it plays like it was was made 6 years ago, including the graphics. The single player is not bad - 10-15 pounds max....