Medal of Honor (PS3)

Release Date: 15 October 2010 | Certificate: Suitable for 16 years and over
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Medal Of Honor returns to the front lines, this time in today's war. For the first time in the franchise's 10-year history, Medal Of Honor is leaving the WWII theatre and putting players in war-torn Afghanistan. In 2010, Medal Of Honor, an all-new first-person shooter, will introduce the Tier 1 Operator: a relatively unknown entity directly under the National Command Authority who takes on missions no one else can handle. The development team has been working closely with Tier 1 Operators from the US Special Operations Community since the earliest stages of development to create the most authentic modern war experience. Inspired by real events, Medal Of Honor reveals the mission of today's most elite soldier - his will, his mindset and his uncompromising professionalism.
Release Date: 15 October 2010
Certificate: PEGI 16+ - PEGI Minimum Age 16

Product Reviews


Nice try, but that's all it is

Medal of Honor is another attempt by EA to steal a piece of the FPS cake from Activision i.e. Call of Duty. While it's not a bad game overall it leaves an impression that it could have been a lot better.

Some people don't like MoH singleplayer, but I personally do. It's very different from the likes of Call of Duty and Bad Company 2. Biggest difference is the feel of the game. MoH feels and looks real. Soldiers don't chat, there is on stupid small talk, they talk only when necessary. Some will find it boring, but I found it refreshing. Set pieces are pretty good, although not as often or explosive as seen in Call of Duty games. Overall, I give singleplayer a pass.

Multiplayer on the other hand is a hit and miss. Audio quality is superb! Grenades explode with such realism you'll trow them for no reason - just to hear the bang! Graphics are also pretty good, overall look of the game is dead on. Everything is in ruins, gritty, dusty - just like Afganistan is in real life. One aspect where MoH fails miserably is variety. There is only 8 maps and not all of them are available in all of the modes, meaning you'll play the same 4-5 maps over and over again. The game is plagued by connection and matchmaking issues. Multiplayer is fun for the first couple of hours and then becomes a chore. And let's face it, MoH is a game you buy because of MP, not singleplayer.

Stuff I liked:

Graphic and audio effects, look and feel of the world, passable story

Stuff I disliked:

Lack of MP maps, connection and matchmaking problems, SP is on the short side



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