Medal of Honor: Warfighter
Top Shelf Tribute To Our Best.
I love MOH and have been waiting along with everyone. However, I do agree that the campaign was AWESOME, but glitchy and scripted, limiting the gamer and his/her abilities. The multiplayer made me feel like I was 8 again trying to learn to ride a bike , but had to use training wheels. Also, BF3 is so popular because of vehicle warfare, so let's hope they took care of that as well. One thing I hope DC/ DICE / EA did this time is take a lesson from their bros @ COD and encrypt their servers, making the game vitually hackproof. Hackers and cheaters ruined BF3 at first, and as of late, EA has been ridding the "battlefield" of these clowns. Seriously, I think I speak for everyone who pays good money for these games and doesn't feel like being target practice for these jokers. Ghostrider Out.
Looks Amazing Thank You Frostbite 2 engine twice
I'm a BF3 player. I think it's the best game ever. I played Cod until MW3. Which got me into BF3. I played the first Medal of Honor it wasn't the greatest, but this one looks amazing. Since they are using the frostbite 2 engine(which was used for BF3) it should be improved because the designers have used the frostbite 2 engine before so it shouldn't be completly new. So hopefully less updates than BF3. I'm looking forward to this game. I also have a feeling it's going to be rated as good as Blackops 2.
This game is going to muder COD it is way more realistic and the story is awsome COD story was ok but this just blew it out of the water. And the online is not that great on COD but BF3s was the best and this one is going to be too.
Lots Of Bonuses!
I Bought This Game Early To Get Locked In For All Bonus Offers, I Saw What All You Get So I Bought This Game Around Late August For The Class Bonus And BF4 Beta! BF4 Beta Sounded Amazing But Of Course I Would Buy It Mainly For The Game. I Also Saw Something Else About A Map Pack Or Something, Idk. Anyway Hopefully DICE Wont Ruin This Multiplayer Experience As They Did In The Original Medal Of Honor. I Heard About Rappelling Down From A Helicopter And Onto The Battlefield. This Sounds Awesome! I Am Very Excited For This Game, The Last Campaign Didn't Disappoint Me And I'm Sure This One Wont, I Can't Wait To See What The Team Is Gonna Do Now. I Know Of Some Returning Characters Such As Preacher And Voodoo And Some Others. I Can't Express How Much I Can't Wait For This Game. I Am Also Getting Some Other Games Such As: COD: Black Ops 2, Assassins Creed 3 And James Bond: 007 Legends. Overall This One Is One Of The Games I'm Most Excited For.
As Some Have Said That They Are Trying To Fix This Multiplayer Experience, I'm All For It, The Mix Of Games They Used Were From The Battlefield Series And The Call Of Duty Series (COD, BF3) They Are Trying To Make A Happy Medium, Not too Easy, Not Too Hard. This Sounds Great Because Of The 2010 Medal Of Honor Multiplayer Not Appealing To Me, So I Really Think This Game Is Going To Be Great Due To The Good Mixture Of Games. I Would Highly Recommend The Battlefield Series As Well As The Call Of Duty Series If You Are Into First Person Shooters (Semi-Easy). I Would Also Recommend The Assassins Creed Series, However Medal Of Honor: Warfighter Is Looking Good!
First One Was Better
I absolutely loved the first Medal of Honor. I beat the campaign twice and played the heck out of the online. This one was different. The graphics are fantastic, but the overall lighting in the game is far too dark. It is often next to impossible to make out your enemies. Also, the multiplayer menu for selecting a class is confusing. I understand the concept of a sniper, assault, etc. classes but I don't understand why there are so many different countries to choose from. It is entirely unnecessary. I did, however, enjoy the large amount of weapon customization. The campaign was a blast (except for the lighting) but the multiplayer was a let-down. I must say though, the graphics are about the same as Battlefield 3, which is pretty darn good. I enjoyed how the first MoH felt like a good balance between Call of Duty and Battlefield, as in the action was neither too close and frantic nor too spread out and boring. I enjoy the Battlefield games, but I expected this to be more like the first. This game has the space of a battlefield game without the fun of one.
AMAZING GAME! But a little to short!
I totally would have given this one a 10, but the campaign was too short. That is the ONLY negative thing I can say about MOHW! I finished the entire game in less than 10 hours. That being said, the 10 hours I did play were simply amazing! The graphics were totally insane thanks to Frostbite 2! Some of it looks so real! Also, the cut scenes were integrated into the game play very well and it has one of the best story lines I’ve seen in any FPS. The story pulls you in and allows you to become truly attached to the characters. That’s what makes the ending so heart wrenching. You really start to feel like these guys could be your best friends or part of your family. I don’t understand some of the bad reviews??? Especially when they say it was boring! I had an absolute blast, never a dull moment! I have played all of the CoD games and enjoy them as well, but none of them (up to now) compare to the story line, game play, and emotions that MOHW bring to the surface. All-in-all, I would dare to say that MOHW is the best FPS that I have played in the last 12 months.
Just Buy It !
I am looking foward to the release of this game. I bought the last medal of honor that came out in 2010 and it has to have one of the best story modes I've ever played through and it also has a very realistic feel to it, although the multiplayer did not sit well with me, I watched some videos on youtube describing all the new features that will be added to the multiplayer mode and it seem to be just what the last medal of honor needed. This game will definently be a must have for any fans of realistic first-person shooters.
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I am very much looking forward to this game. I liked the 2010 reboot quite a bit; the story was solid, the characters were memorable, and the gameplay was on par with industry standards. The multiplayer, however, needed a good shot in the arm. I know the multiplayer was developed by Digital Illusions CE (who were at the time in the thick of BF3 development), it just felt very rushed and depthless. I feel that Danger Close, with full control of the multiplayer, will do some great things for the franchise. I will not, however, be preordering this game, I got burned by bad games too many times (I'm looking at you Black Ops).
A Real Perspective on Modern Warfare
While I can commend Infinity Ward for making the First-Person Shooter market a rousing powerhouse of profit: What I do not respect is their blatant exploitation of it to pump out one annual installment after another and perpetuate the mindless violence that grips the most outspoken "majority" of gamers in today's demographic. In comes Danger Close, however, and their take on how war is executed in the modern era and why it has earned my respect and admiration. Whereas Infinity Ward continues to perpetuate this silly suspicion that Russia will instigate another world conflict, Danger Close forces the player to face the true threat at hand that continues to endanger the world: The members of the religious extremist faction of the Al-Qaeda. Setting aside from the fact that the graphics in the game can sometimes become absurdly pixelated and that the gameplay is as generic as most shooters - with some oddly placed mapped functions at times - there is no doubt in my mind that Warfighter will leave a far more lasting impression on the gaming community than either MW3 or Black Ops II ever will. The reason being is that instead of portraying the protagonists as hollow shells of men who blindly do as they must to protect the world: Danger Close's protagonists in the Medal of Honor series are much more human and relateable - going so far as to incorporate the real life struggles that plague real American soldiers (Namely the tension that mounds after years of deployment as well as the psychological trauma of losing a friend and comrade in the field of battle at the hands of a nemesis who sees you as nothing but dog meat). Rather than glorifying the large-scale amount of murder that occurs in the FPS genre in this day and age, Danger Close does an exceptional job of forcing the player to absorb the horrors of war but also reminds them of why it has become a part of our existence - and the irony is not wasted in the slightest in conveying this message. Am I reading too much into this? Perhaps, but as a gamer who started his career in the early 90s: I've yearned for a sense of fulfillment in every gaming experience I've indulged in - not just accomplishment. The installments of the Call of Duty franchise have never given me that satisfaction (Well, aside from Treyarch's World at War title anyway), but EA and Danger Close did not fail to deliver in the least. All of the hate that comes its way is only coming from the mouths and fingers of those who unfortunately haven't found anything to appreciate in a truly great work of art - something rarely found in this day and age.