Medal of Honor Review: Soldiers Perspective

By Peter Chubb - Oct 18, 2010

Since the release of Medal of Honor there has been much criticism, with some reviewers suggesting that we wait for Black Ops, which we discussed in an earlier post. However, many of us seem to be missing the point of the whole game, it might not be the best graphics and performance wise, but what it does do is offer a Soldiers perspective.

I know a few soldiers, and they tell me that this game is as real as it gets – especially when it comes to training. Those of you who know any solider who has been to Afghanistan will tell you that they recognize certain places – this could certainly give them an advantage in the game then.

So we know that there are those bad reviews out there and that soldiers love the game, I just wonder what is their focus with this game? What are you looking as the deciding factor to know if they like the game or not?

Fans and soldiers ask gamers to buy a copy of the new Medal of Honor game and enjoy it for what it is; yes there are faults in the game, but it will not take long for you to start enjoying.

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  • LaPistola

    I pretty much only play shooters and I had high hopes for this game based on pre-release teasers. Meh. It's OK. It's not horrible and does have some good points. But there are some surprising shortcomings that really irritate me because they're so obvious.

    I get what you mean about it being more realistic, but does that have to come at the expense of how fun it is to play this $60 game? The graphics are a step back in the evolution of graphics quality, and the gameplay in single player mode has some glitches and inconsistencies. It's still fun to play but it just doesn't bring anything new to the table that COD4 and Bad Company 2 didn't already have. The multiplayer is pretty good, but is basically a redux of Bad Company 2 (also by Dice). So all in all, it's not bad if you love shooters and want to try them all, but it's a bit disappointing considering what it COULD have been.