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EA: Medal of Honor 'a franchise now, once again'

Postby TheCrimsonFenix » 03 Nov 2010, 11:45

Oh goody. Yet another FPS shooter to roll out year in year out. :roll:
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Re: EA: Medal of Honor 'a franchise now, once again'

Postby Miss_Wacy » 03 Nov 2010, 11:51

recently played frontline(not the hd remade mess) and for me that was the last great moh game, heroes 2 on wii was good aswell
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Re: EA: Medal of Honor 'a franchise now, once again'

Postby Mogs » 03 Nov 2010, 12:06

Meh really - the only mild interest I have in Medal of Honor is it's potential to chip away at Call of Duty to hopefully expedite the toppling of another pillar supporting Bobby Kotick's Activision (Guitar Hero has already collapsed - just CoD and WoW to go). I have no desire to play a cynical modern warfare Michael Bay movie shooter though.
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Re: EA: Medal of Honor 'a franchise now, once again'

Postby svd_grasshopper » 03 Nov 2010, 12:16

do the trophies bolster the short single player game?

or all they s**t like level completed... :x
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Re: EA: Medal of Honor 'a franchise now, once again'

Postby Adi1987 » 03 Nov 2010, 13:03

Mogs wrote:Meh really - the only mild interest I have in Medal of Honor is it's potential to chip away at Call of Duty to hopefully expedite the toppling of another pillar supporting Bobby Kotick's Activision (Guitar Hero has already collapsed - just CoD and WoW to go). I have no desire to play a cynical modern warfare Michael Bay movie shooter though.

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Re: EA: Medal of Honor 'a franchise now, once again'

Postby thedriffter50 » 03 Nov 2010, 15:11

'' I have in Medal of Honor is it's potential to chip away at Call of Duty to hopefully expedite the toppling of another pillar supporting Bobby Kotick's Activision ''

As much as I hate shooters in general thats a really stupid comment. Buying a different generic shooter just so the previous generic shooter just disappears ?

I'm really sick of this gen. PS3 and especially 360 are flooded with copy and paste shooters.

TimeSplitters on PS2 is better then the shooters we have now.

KZ, Resistance, Halo, Battlefiel and especially MoH can go f*** themselves. Seriously isn't one shooter enough for you people ?

You have to get every variation and versions of the same f***** thing.
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Re: EA: Medal of Honor 'a franchise now, once again'

Postby cam123 » 03 Nov 2010, 20:56

If I didnt need the disk to play MOHF. I would sell this and get Black ops for 7.99
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Postby The Bossman » 04 Nov 2010, 19:54

^ Exactly. Seriously, keeping it for Frontline isn't worth it. Get rid of it for BO for £8, or buy BO for £25 in store at Sainsburys or Morrisons.
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Re: EA: Medal of Honor 'a franchise now, once again'

Postby CamperX » 10 Nov 2010, 14:52

This game is NOT your typical FPS although I was skeptical at first. I was a MW2 multiplayer addict until EA's MOH arrived. As far as MOH is concerned, there is no other game on the market currently that provides this level of realism. For once, here is a game that balances the true principles of cover / concealment with great game play and within environments that feel disturbingly real. The strange thing is that I played the demo and didn't like it very much. I gave it another try and then I was totally hooked. This game takes more time to learn than some of the other FPS on the market so it's easy to dismiss without giving it a fair chance. I also appreciate the fact that movement speed is much more realistic than other FPS games. I can't imagine the time it took these developers to create the intricate detail in these environments. MOH is the ultimate FPS in my opinion. I can't stop playing. The only improvements needed are adjustments to weapon accuracy over distance. For example, the shotgun and all handguns are too accurate / lethal from afar. That seems an issue with other games as well. I wonder if that aspect is hard to program.
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