Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Warfighter
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Medal of Honor: Warfighter
The Gamers Temple
4 October 2014
Excerpt: Medal of Honor: Warfighter takes a different approach to the modern military shooter. Rather than presenting its protagonists as action movie heroes, it tries to humanize them and presents them as ordinary people making extraordinary sacrifices and doing extraordinary things.
Summary: Some nice action sequences and the glimmer of something more than the usual gung-ho story is not enough drag " Medal of Honour: Warfighter " in to the big leagues. It's a shame because there is a lot of promise in the game’s ideas, with a few genuine highs among the mediocrity.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter’s bearded badasses can’t defeat mediocrity (review)
19 December 2012
Excerpt: Jingoistic modern-day first-person shooters love quotes from icons of American history, or at least their loading screens seem to enjoy them. So I couldn’t help but use a JFK classic to summarize Medal of Honor: Warfighter as an experience: “Change is the law of life.
Pros: Warfighter clearly takes inspiration from other releases in its genre. Unlike some of the me-too efforts that have followed a similar path, the gameplay here can be pretty fun at times. Shooting mechanics are familiar and precise. Helpful onscreen icons let you know when you’ve nailed that reflex...
Conclusion: 2010's Medal of Honor was EA's attempt to take a piece of the military FPS market that has been dominated by Activision's Call of Duty. Like CoD, Medal of Honor went from the beaches of Normandy to the deserts of the Middle East to bring the series into modern times.
Excerpt: If you’ve been reading up on Medal of Honor: Warfighter, you probably noticed that the reviews are ranging from mediocre to plain bad. But is the game really as bad as the first batch of reviews and scores tend to suggest?
Excerpt: As I prepared to review Medal of Honor: Warfighter , I was briefly tempted to begin by opening a browser window and finding someone else’s review, then changing a few words around and posting it as my own.
Excerpt: A lot of gamers have argued that the modern military shooter - what was made hugely popular in 2007 with Call of Duty 4 - jumped the shark long ago. Still, I held out hope that this subgenre could open up its claustrophobic, linear nature in both online and offline play, that's just not happening...