Excerpt: Medal of Honor is a FPS (First Person Shooter) developed for EA by Danger Close and DICE. For years the focus on FPS War titles was WWI and WWII, but in recent years developers have been incorporating present day themes. Medal of Honor is one such title from EA in late 2010. Were they successful in their attempt to capture a modern combat storyline while maintaining their successful run in FPS gameplay development?
Conclusion: Final Verdict: Warfighter could have been something amazing, but it simply doesn’t succeed. Aside from the stunning visuals and Fire-Team in multiplayer, nothing stands out. Even worse, the bugs and the gameplay itself drag the game further down. It’s highly suggested that you rent the game first. Honestly, if you already have Modern Warfare or Battlefield, this game isn’t going to draw you away from them.
Excerpt: The gulf in class is widening. PES 2010 is a better game than PES 2009, but not significantly so. PES 2010 is an enjoyable, satisfying football video game, but FIFA 10 is the best football video game ever made. It had been hoped that Shingo "Seabass" Takatsuka and co at Konami would do what EA did four years ago and invest in a completely new game engine, employing a revolutionary start-from-scratch approach. Unfortunately those hopes have been dashed.
Summary: It seems that the developers of " Medal of Honor " have created a game which cannot decide whether it has been made as a single player or multiplayer game and as a result the whole package suffers slightly.
Conclusion: of Apache gunship pilots. Meanwhile, the multiplayer end attempts to recreate places such as the ruined streets of Kabul and the marketplaces of Kandahar as the arenas for the bloody fighting between U.S. Coalition forces and Taliban fighters. And, while MoH is certainly stylish, it's not precisely an unqualified victory for first-person shooter fans. There's very little to complain about with regards to the visual aspects of the game.
Conclusion: Electronic Arts tente de faire sortir de l'oubli sa franchise Medal of Honor, éclipsée par un certain Call of Duty. La tentative est bonne, mais l'éditeur ne se donne en aucun cas les moyens de concurrencer la référence du moment. Medal of Honor semble appartenir au passé, à une autre époque. Le titre ne brille pas par ces qualités mais plutôt par ses aberrations.
Pros: Nouveau contexte, Nouveaux décors, Très simple à prendre en main pour un public débutant, La présence d'un mode multijoueur
Cons: Une campagne solo courte, L'IA des alliés très faible, Des graphismes d'une autre époque, Trop de scripts, Manque cruel de rythme
War series returns with hyperrealistic military combat.
Common Sense Media
16 November 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Medal of Honor is an extremely realistic, intense, and violent military game that takes place in modern-day Afghanistan, a setting that might bother some families, particularly those with members currently enlisted in the armed forces. If war is a sensitive issue around the home this game might not be the best pick.
Excerpt: Though Call of Duty has left the M1 Garand behind in favor of the M4, Medal of Honor has barely strayed from the series’ roots. Set in Afghanistan and given an injection of gore and enough bad words to earn the franchise’s first mature rating, Medal of Honor plays almost identically to its predecssors.