Medal of Honor: Warfighter
Better then they say!
this game got bad reviews all over the net but don't let that stop you from buying this game.i bought this game because i like moh games and to my surprise they redid the series in battlefield 3 style witch is great.
it as great gameplay and it looks beautiful just like battlefield 3,though battlefield 3 and war fighter are two different games they have there own charm,all i'm saying is if you like a good game this is one.so rent it or buy it today.....
Has so much potential to be an amazing game
I loved the 1st one. I played through the campaign about 8 or 9 times now and i am so interested in the story. The SP was great especially the pacing of the game from the apache to the helicopter to the ac130 to dropping bombs on tanks. I also loved the variety. I'm hoping for a 15+ hour campaign this time and since they have been working on this game for about 2 years now hopefully it is that long. *Score Chains* will also be returning in the sequel which i can not wait for and from what they showed so far Danger Close seems to be doing a much better job than dice and hopefully the multiplayer is a success. I also hope the story is indepth for it will take place from Preachers point of view, his family being torn apart and his struggles on the battlefield.
Overall i cannot wait for this game. Im holding back on the preorder just in case they have some collectors edition. I definitely recommend picking up the 1st one to understand the story before you go and play warfighter. I cant wait.
Amazing Game! Recommend 10/10!
Okay, let's get to through the basics first. The sound, graphics, gameplay and all that is just amazing. It sounds as if you were actually dropped into the battlefield, with people yelling, guns being shot, crumbling rocks, and more. The overall presentation is honestly the best I have seen in a FPS, it's goes above and beyond what I imagined it to. The gear, guns and people look amazing, and very authentic. The gameplay is smooth, fluent, and overall very fun. The story picks up right where the first MOH left off, with Preacher continuing his military career, trying to fix his marriage but serve his country. You also play as an ex marine who went Navy Seal, and they both are trying to eliminate the source of a deadly bomb known as PETN, and it is like an emotional roller coaster. It honestly has the most beautiful cut scenes I have ever scene. Next, the Multiplayer. It is very addicting and fun, and it has amazing gameplay and sound. The gun customization is amazing, and in my opinion it is better than Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's Gun Smith. The best part is is that you get to represent your nation by picking your unit, which there is 12, and then picking your classes. There are 6 classes, and thousands of combinations you and your 2 man fire team can utilize. I recommend this game to Military personnel, people who like emotional stories, great gameplay, or people who like the FPS genre or people looking for an amazing game in general. 10/10 for sure!
Medal of honor ,warfighter
Great game this year,intense solder outfits impresed this time around ......Check out the beta 09 days left
let down, multiplayer is a joke grapics & sound are equal to some of the first generation xbox games
This game is way too Underrated!
So most websites have given this game like a 4/10 or a 2/10 which is complete rubbish. It picks out things in this game that are found more in CoD than in this game and it's unjust. This game has a pretty decent campaign. It's not nearly as good as the last MoH campaign, but it still blows Black Ops and MW3's campaign out of the water. Graphically this game is stunning, It took the Frostbite 2 engine and revamped it to bring you even better visuals. The sound is great, specially if you crank it on surround sound. the Multiplayer is unparallel to any other shooter. Playing this multiplayer feels nothing like a CoD game. The guns are more realistic and the game modes are fair, except on the stadium map. The Buddy system is great for tactical advantages, and the customization is pretty in depth. Like I said other sites are very unjust and picking on the game because it's not a CoD title. Play the game before you judge it, because it doesn't appeal to overly biased technical critics doesn't mean it's a great game for an ACTUAL player. Thanks for reading :p
This is one of my favorite games
I completely love this game, it feels like it may be what the Tier 1 operators go through, the graphics are stunning, the sound is great, its fun for a long time, I feel like the controls could have been a little bit better, but not by much I loved this game! I played the Medal of Honor (2010) game not that much, because my brother was always playing it, but once warfighter came out he beat it in a day, so now I play as much as I want, I still have not played Multiplayer, because my brother redeemed the online pass. I also used to play Medal of Honor Frontline (which i loved), and thought Frontline was a WW2 game, and these newer ones are modern I like them all, and Warfighter is a game I recommend to every last one of my friends that ask about it, I say alot of the guys from DICE (who made Battlefield 3, and such) worked on it, and so then they are sold. So longer story short this is a great game, just be warned YOU CAN NOT RUN AROUND LIKE A FOOL LIKE YOU WOULD IN CALL OF DUTY!
To start things off, Medal of Honor from the year 2010 is not the first Medal of Honor, it was named the general name for some reason. There is several other Medal of Honors. Now, for my thoughts; Medal of Honor: 2010 was decent. Single-Player was absolutely great because of the action, and stunning events that went on. The Multiplayer was mediocre at best but it was playable. There just wasn't enough happening in it to make it exciting or to give it replay value. In Battlefield 3, there's tons of things to keep players playing, like Vehicle unlocks, different distinct unlocks for kits. Hopefully, Medal of Honor: Warfighter will be more like Battlefield 3, but not exactly like it, like smaller maps, less or maybe more vehicle, and different factors that make it different. Danger Close hasn't disappointed me yet with Medal of Honor, so i'm excited for Medal of Honor: Warfighter.
The single player campaign was fun, although pretty short but I have big issues with the multiplayer. First Im constantly getting disconnectd from their servers. This never happens to any other game this frequesntly that I play online. Also the idea of "tokens", you need to logon to their website to use them. Why this isn't an in game feature is beyond me. Switching between my console and PC is a terrible concept. Also the upgrade system, choosing fighter, etc is extremely confusing. Once you actually get into a game the graphics and maps are good and it is fun but it's almost impossible to tell your progress, outside of your rank, and trying to figure out how to upgrade things and these stupid tokens was harder to figure out then when I took calculus in college. Also ther is a very limited number of maps and game modes you can play. I was expecting a lot more. Im returning it today. Major improvemnts are needed on the multiplayer front. I guess ill just continue playing COD and Battlefield.
Beta is amazingly fun
I have not played anything from this game's campaign, but the multiplayer beta is like a mash-up of Call of Duty and Battlefield 3, mixing the best of both. The hotspot game type (in which you either attempt to destroy or protect several different hotspots) is very fun and supprisingly addictive to me. It runs oh the Frostbite 2 game engine, so it looks and sounds amazing, and there are support options that are similar to COD killstreaks (i.e. a Blackhawk helicopter that acts as a mobile spawn point and gunship that can be called in by the British SAS gunner) . I was skeptical at first, but this game is shaping up to be one of my most anticipated shooters of the fall gaming season, right after Halo 4 in my book.