James Pungello of VGutopia takes a look at the newest entry in the Medal of Honor series. Find out if the game is worth your time and money in VGutopia's review.
The graphics are really horrible and the multiplayer is decent but my fire team members don't hang around, it's like a free for all.
I'm sorry what game are you playing if the graphics are horrible cause in terms of graphical achievement this has done a whole shitload more then Call of Duty.
Things are not looking good for this game... http://www.metacritic.com/g...
Warfighter doesn't even make a good filler game.
If it isn't a 9 it isn't worth playing /s
Just because they left afghanistan medal 2010 had nothing to offer but afgahnistan make it good gams now they use different location and we see reactions
I've been playing mp all day and its fun. It's flawed but fun. Graphics are super weird....the hd texture pack feels like it was only applied to some things and not others. But the effects, sound and minor but believable destructibility is incredible. It's lag free with dedicated servers. Melee is far superior to moh 2010. It's better than bf3 & cod too. It's solid mp. I haven't tried sp yet. 8/10 by my meager standards. Lol
I agree with this assessment. I only had a couple of MP matches, but I love the buddy system. Isn't worth mention in reviews,I guess. Or "join recent server" which tries to get you back on where you left of. I think graphics are top notch especially when you consider this is a fully dynamic environment. I find the campaign quite hard on "regular". Generic as can be, but so is any war shooter. But besides that, it is well executed. Great sound and lighting is superb. Destruction and bullet impact (shoot through) work great. This game gets flak for trying new things, in a generic environment. The racing section feels like a racing game which is pretty incredible for a game of a different genre. I would give it a solid 8 as well, and like a couple of things which haven't been tried before. I can live with the 7 in the review and the fair opinion.
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