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'Medal of Honor: Warfighter' may be the fresh experience Call of Duty fans want

Medal of Honor is a first person series often touted as a “Call of Duty” clone. With not nearly the fan base or marketing budget of the Call of Duty franchise, it often goes unnoticed and forgotten. Its last installment was released just a short month before “Call of Duty: Black Ops,” and saw success, but minimal at best in comparison to "Call of Duty: Black Ops."

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NastyLeftHook01394d ago

Call Of Duty fans do not want fresh things! They buy the same game over and over again. Ya know what infinity ward, dont even change the engine next gen, you dont need to.

Fishy Fingers1394d ago (Edited 1394d ago )

Thank god for original comments like yours, saving us from all that, more of the same.

iamnsuperman1394d ago (Edited 1394d ago )

I don't know really. The game still has the Battlefield look and looks like it plays like a Battlefield game. If a previous BF game didn't give COD players a "fresh experience" I am not sure why this would.

I just hope they keep the sense of realism in the single player that the previous MoH had.

h311rais3r1394d ago

Keep COD gamers away from everything else please. Don't need Whiney campers who don't play for the objective

DazeLokrotan1394d ago

And I don't like people who thinks it's cool to be selfless and share points with others in a video game.