MP1st - Early this morning, Danger Close and EA released a brand new trailer for Medal of Honor: Warfighter showing off some intense new multiplayer action in the Tungawan Jungle set in the Philippines.
This looks so amazing, i am literally so excited for this and that other game that i can't remember the name right now.
Game look's amazing even though i think their are WAY too many modern day FPS games but truly look's awesome. Also IMO it look's more fun than Battlefield 3.
The highlight of the 2010 release was easily the singleplayer. One of the best, if not the best, campaign in terms of AAA, modern military shooters this generation. However, the multiplayer was, sadly, both lackluster and highly unbalanced in terms of the weapons and map designs. If they can recreate the quality of the original's singleplayer, while also giving us a well done multiplayer component, then I am more than willing to drop retail the day of release. I want to see this series reclaim it's spot as one of the leading shooters. I really like the guys at Danger Close.
you know what you are talking about!
I thank you, good sir.
If they made this game in 3rd person and took out the support actions/ respawn i would legit be interested as a SOCOM fan. Too bad :(
MoH is not only OLDER than SOCOM but it has never been third person.......why would you even mention that
Well let's see....MW2 added a third person mode. Would it kill them to add a mode like that? Aren't you people tired of FPS's yet?
And if they add spells and dragons, I'd be interested as a Skyrim fan. PS. that's what you sounded like. On-topic: As a *shooter* fan, I am interested.
the game TRULY is beautiful... combining the awesome FB2 engine with the run and gun aspect of CoD... even though CoD is garbage overall, the game is bringing the best parts of both game together.. THIS ONE is gonna be good ....can't wait..
MoH Gameplay looks amazing! Battlefield 3 gameplay is also amazing!
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