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7.6 out of 10

Medal of Honor

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Overall 6

Review: Medal of Honor Warfighter

New Gamer Nation
3 November 2012
  • 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.
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Overall 8

Medal of Honor super review

24 June 2012
  • Pros: The exceptional multiplayer, The characters, voice acting, and storytelling, That when it works, it's thrilling
  • Cons: The campaign's premature ending, Dull, repetitive combat, Knowing how much more it could have done
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Overall 7

Medal of Honor

27 January 2011
  • Excerpt: Falling just short of expectations. There are some games that come out that simply crack […]
  • Pros: + Fun multiplayer, + Solid moment-to-moment Gunplay
  • Cons: Uninteresting story, Tons of technical issues, Cannot find a balance between realism and an action movie
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Review: Medal of Honor (Microsoft Xbox 360)

Diehard GameFAN
27 December 2010
  • Summary: If you really can’t wait to play another war game, pick up Medal of Honor and fight the Talib…Opposition Force. Medal of Honor is EAs modern answer to the Call of Duty series. It’s not perfect, not great, but it may be average enough to satisfy your war/FPS crave. Beg the developers to fix the multiplayer or just hang on to that case and get ready for Black Ops.
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Overall 5

Test Medal of Honor

Generation NT
12 December 2010
  • 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
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Overall 7
Gameplay 6
Graphics 7
Sound 10
Longevity 8

Medal Of Honor

10 December 2010
Overall 8

Medal Of Honor Review

24 November 2010
  • 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.
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War series returns with hyperrealistic military combat.

Common Sense Media
21 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.
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Overall 5

Medal of Honor

Family Friendly Gaming
21 November 2010
  • 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?
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Medal of Honor Review

19 November 2010
  • Excerpt: Picture the scene: You're creeping through an Afghan wadi, covering your squad mates' approach with suppressive fire on an enemy machine gun encampment. Dust is being kicked up by running and bullets, and the piecing glare of the red-hot sun is so bright it makes looking far into the horizon impossible. You're a long way from home, soldier, and the emotional toll must surely be immense.
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