Rated 7.2 out of 10 by 930
Rated 9 out of 10
by fuzzball Feels real, except for the bullets thing...
This is kind of how I remember my tours. These guys did a really good job of setting battle scenarios that are familiar to me, they have that feeling. Some folks have criticized the AI, but that is all part of what makes this far more of a battle game then CODBO, a fantasy shooter.
Two major games came out, MOH 2010 and CODBO, which is kind of stupid. You want to be in a war game, MOH is it, you want to play a fantasy shooter, go with CODBO, you want to at least get a handle on what it is out in the field, this is the game. Some of the missions gave me the chills.
The game brought back so many memories, it is a game I can play over and over again, no problem.
Rated 9 out of 10
by BlackenedHawk Epic, Just The Word For It.
From my experience, I'm a really serious gamer. I like to know the game before I play it. What I can say, Campaign, 9.1. Why? Well, Besides being blown away by it, You might encounter a glitch, a restart the level problem, or maybe some weird non-moving Friendly AI. Otherwise than that, The campaign is Medium-Sized for my opinion. Real Life-Events, Places, Guns.... Medal Of Honor is back to eliminate Call Of Duty and take it's Rightful Throne. Multiplayer, 9.9. Well, It's the best multiplayer, In a overall rating, Reach: 8.2, BlackOps: 4.0, And MOH 9.9. Reach is great, But it needs an intense multiplayer, not another slow-gun sequences. Black Ops? It's a dying franchise after Activision gave the reins to Treyarch. Black Ops is another World At War, but this time, different title. Medal Of Honor is a Epic Game, If you already know to play it how it's supposed to be played, MOH Style. New Gamers will find it hard to get used to it, but It's worth every cent. ~BlackenedHawk
Rated 9 out of 10
by mrxlukasx Realistic, fun, awesome muiltiplayer, great game.
Medal of honor is realistic in all aspects, sound, graphics and everything. MOH brings realistic graphics, story, and gameplay. This game gives a real story and what real soldiers do every day to protect us and our freedom, and the end credits brings a nice ending wrap and respects to our soldiers. And the developers really put a lot of realness, like one of my favorites is the range of shotguns because some games their shotguns only shot like 2 feet but in real life they can hit from a longer range. Plus the sound quality is real as can be. Any gun in this game sounds like your shooting the gun right their. If you want a great game to play between those other shooters then this is a great game to do it.
Rated 7 out of 10
by Dogbite Too Late, Too Rushed
It felt like all Medal of Honor was trying to do is best the Call of Duty series. Each are a great military series and cover many major conflicts throughout history. First with the storyline, it is not a bad story at all. It isn't that long but then again not many of the FPS(first person shooters) with these two companies are these days with multiplayer. Graphics were not that bad and I can vouch for them seeing as I spent two and half years in Afghanistan. This felt more real to me that way because they did do their research on how alot of these provinces look. As for the sound its the closest thing I've heard to realistic so far. I found myself jumping a few times with the surround sound it really helps to emerse you into the gameplay. As for that the button configs are the same as most FPS's and I had no issues with responsivness. As for the AI they could get very predictable. EA has been at this for a minute now and I think the only excuse is a rush to get it out before Black OPs. I played the game on the hardest mode and still didnt get that much of a challange. And like most said the online modes are genaric and don't offer much. A lot of people do play as snipers in the game and almost every match you will be picked off enough times to want to throw your controller at the TV. I hope EA listens to all the complaints the players feedback and use it to make a much better shooter for the MOH series.
Rated 10 out of 10
by reviwer AW3S0M3
Medal Of Honor is a really fun game that lives up to its expectations.The Multiplayer is highly addictive and crazy and by crazy i mean awesome.I love the single player even though im on the first misson it still seams awesome. The graphics look great and the sound is very persice.Dont listen to other people this game is awesome if you like the army or where in the army. BUY IT NOW!
Rated 10 out of 10
by gameplaya1997 This is a great game
This is the best game ever i think its way more realistic than call of duty and there is no need to worry about nukes or ac 130 rainnig down upon you. the campaign is great and the graphics are for real. Overall I would reccopmed this game to anyone one who likes fps
Rated 7 out of 10
by JSeegars Okay
It was a decent game, Story mode was too short, the ultiplayer was workable if they did more owrk on the story and multiplayer the game would be a lot better.
Rated 0 out of 10
by LTBALISTIC1718 KEEP IT REAL OR KEEP IT GOING
THE GREAT ONE JUICE,FROM QUEENS NY. BRING ALL THE WAR GAMES OUT.
Rated 0 out of 10 by the guy who makes preveiw comments Lookin Good!
This game looks like it will be one the best warfare games that i have seen in a long time. Modern warfare 2 has to many hackers and noob tubers and with battlefield bad company 2, the graphics arent that great and the fighting is kind of slow. This game looks like the two games combined, but fixed so the same bad things don't happen like they have in the past. Anyway, this game looks like the guns are pretty much up to date with the sights and other attachments, and you get to drive the vehicles on the maps, unlike modern warfare 2 does. The maps look really cool too and they seem like places that someone would actually be figting at. I remember that in some war games you would be fighting at stupid places like a car repair shop or a flower garden. I mean, why would people want to hide in places like those anyway? There hasn't been a medal of honor game in a while, to the company has had a lot of time to learn from the mistakes of other companys. it looks like this game won't let us down!
Rated 6 out of 10 by AnonymouslyConfused28 Could of been a lot better.
Medal of Honor is basically two games in one. On one hand you have the single player that is developed by Danger Close which used to be EA LA and they utilized the Unreal Engine. I found the campaign to be somewhat of a mixed bag at times. At times it runs great and plays great. At times it looks great and well other times just looks passable. The single player is not the epic they were promising but it was a fun ride for the 5 hours or so it takes. I was really disappointed with the online portion of the game as it was developed by DICE and of course this portion of the game runs off a completely different engine ( Frostbite ). The online mutiplayer maps just are not that good to be blunt. They can be fun to play on from time to time. The gun models look fine. Gameplay works for what its worth. The problem is it just is not that much fun to play online. I think the next go around EA should just let one developer tackle the game and spend some extra time polishing the game up for release.