Call Of Duty Black Ops Makes Medal of Honor a b-grade FPS

The 2010 Medal of Honor reboot has certainly had its fair share of average reviews, although the overall metascore has not been as bad as we first thought. Having said that, some of our readers have said that they will be canceling pre-orders and will wait for Call of Duty Black Ops instead.

There has certainly been a huge response to the new Medal of Honor game, but sadly in a negative way. One reader of ours suggests that MoH was just a b-grade FPS. You can be sure that fans of the game will defend it, but we cannot help but wonder if they are backing the wrong team?

EA recently said that this is just the start of the franchise again, and that there is more to come with newer versions. This is 2010 — the game developer should have given us a game that is worthy of a modern day first person shooter.

There are so many things wrong with Medal of Honor, such as sub-par graphics, unoriginal weapons and a basic lack of performance. All we know is, this game is nothing like what Black Ops is expected to be. Do you think poor Medal of Honor reviews will help COD Black Ops sales?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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