I'm not really putting any judgements forth in terms of how the game was, it has its bad parts I agree, however for a game series to be out of the "loop" for so long, and to return and have as much success as this, thats what I value it for.
The developers that returned with the new team, havent lost the Medal of Honor-feel (especially for Single Player), I do think that DICE maybe should not of done the Multiplayer, however that deal was struck up because Danger Closer didn't feel safe in doing such a thing being out of the loop. It is rather shocking at how many problems are with Multiplayer rather then Singleplayer, and that is DICE's part of the deal..
So I don't think they should return if Medal of Honor 2 is developed. (As much as I love DICE.. It's just the truth.)
I feel that people are wrong to frequently compare Medal of Honor to Call of Duty, a game that has been out and been cashcowing since Medal of Honor died should not be compared to a rebooted franchise. So many individuals are bigging up Call of Duty and all that however we fail to realize how Call of Duty came about, how long it has been around and a few other things.
And as people did with Call of Duty 4, they saw it with confusion initially. They too have done the same with Medal of Honor.
However like I did with Call of Duty, I will not be putting judgements or verdicts over Medal of Honor on its first game, I will keep that with Medal of Honor 2, and compare the two on how they have advanced from their mistakes made. Just like COD4 had mistakes.
TLDR; I think Medal of Honor is doing well for a rebooted franchise, it has done better then the imagined and the industry/gamers imagined. So many doubters and haters surround it, but oh well they'll be changing over time, just like individuals had with COD.
Singleplayer was short, however it brought back the love for First Person Shooters. It was not recycled/reproduced tripe that we have been facing lately.
Multiplayer has its moments of excellence, however much is needed to be resolved.
Medal of Honor is back, and hopefully back for good..
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