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SEAL from Bin Laden Raid is a ‘Medal of Honor: Warfighter’ Consultant

If you’re making a military first-person shooter that’s enamored with authenticity, one like Medal of Honor: Warfighter, which has been seen often espousing the livelihoods of its story’s Tier One operators, it always helps to have a good set of consultants.

We’re categorizing this one as exceptional.

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HeartDisease1436d ago

so i expect total shit accuracy in this game. a real seal would have shot him in each limb and hauled him in to be waterboarded in pork juice. lame.

GoldenGamer1436d ago

About as extreme as it gets really.

Moby-Royale1436d ago (Edited 1436d ago )

Are YOU a "real" Seal?

What's that? You're just a punk on a keyboard? Oh...

At least you can admit it.

I think showing not only skill with the headshot, but restraint by only doing what was necessary is what a man does.

But no. He should also rip out his fingernails with pliers and scalp him too.

Wow.

*typographical error*

one2thr1436d ago (Edited 1436d ago )

@Heart

Your saying that as if you can hold a gun right/straight while a bunch of other people are looking for you, in a place where everyone hates you and wants you dead... Your a lame

MattyG1436d ago

To the people raging about this comment, I think it was a joke about how unrealistically Seals are portrayed in video games. But that's just how I saw it.

HebrewHammer1436d ago

So expect a few crashed helicopters as well. Badum chhhhhh!

AO1JMM1436d ago

You know shit about SEALS then.

topekomsi1435d ago

Actually they are trained in capture or kill missions, that is they have any suspicion of danger they can use the ole 1,2. Chest Then head. SOP

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HeavenlySnipes1436d ago

I don't get the point of saying these things. The game will still have those slow motion explosions and unrealistic things to make the game fun. Play ARMA if you're looking for a simulator

one2thr1436d ago (Edited 1436d ago )

Well its been proven that whenever a person gets a pump of adrenaline due to their life being in danger. Their eyes will become more focused and their brain will become more active, and in doing so it will increase the amount of "frames" it can process and by this phenomena, it is possible to say that in a life or death situation, people have the power to slow down time (not in a literal sense, and not portrayed in this game[probably])

**Excuse the lack of proper punctuation**

aiBreeze1435d ago (Edited 1435d ago )

Sweet so when someone shoots at me I'll be able to dodge bullets like neo? Regardless of trying to explain slow motion, he makes a good point that if you want a real military simulation, go play ARMA.

Soldierone1436d ago

And if Arma was a totally realistic simulator, once you die you wouldn't be allowed to play the game ever again....

aiBreeze1435d ago

Well if you want to take that approach, shouldn't it force you to take a break and eat your rations? What about digging holes for your poop?

ARMA is as close to a military simulation as you will get. EA wouldn't make one because they know it has limited appeal.

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xXKingofStingXx1435d ago

I enjoyed the last medal of honor, I thought it was good game given a bad for no real good reason.

I never understood why it was OK to shoot nazis and russians (Murder russians in MW2) but not ok to shoot or be shot by al qaeda.

Anyway, hopefully Warfighter has better story than BF3, I know these games are about multiplayer and all, but when you have a SEAL giving you input, it has to make for some interesting story scenarios.

Soldierone1435d ago

I don't think it was shooting at them that was the issue, it was that it let the opposing team play as them online. They had to switch it to "opposing force" because of the media whining.

In the single player they were still referenced as Al Qaeda.

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