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Medal of Honor Review 2010: Wait for Black Ops

Medal of Honor was released today and is set in present-day Afghanistan, and even before its release was involved in controversy. Reviews have already started to come in for the game; Alan Ng has looked at a few of them and offered us a review round up.

Most gaming sites give Medal of Honor a great review, but there are certain media sources that do not think the same — maybe they have less of an understanding about such games? One review that has only given it two out of four stars is Derrik J. Lang from The Canadian Press.

Lang believes that Medal of Honor has some similarities to Modern Warfare games, but he does make a point of saying “Medal of Honor” isn’t a “Modern Warfare” clone. The issue that Lang seems to have with the new game is how its story lacks substance.

One other problem with the game is the fact that it is not as smooth as Call of Duty: Black Ops. Before you read the full Medal of Honor review from The Canadian Press, I thought it is worth noting that Lang thinks that you should consider waiting for Black Ops instead — we are certain that you have something to say on that?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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