"Like the seasonal flu, every fall blatant copies of popular titles are shoved down the consumer’s throats right in time for the hopeful holiday rush. What’s popular enough now to be the topic of conversation between the kiddies at the playground? Military first-person shooters have been this go-to cash grab for years now and usually titles lacking Call of Duty in the title fall on a suicidal land mine. This year we have Medal of Honor: Warfighter, a first-person shooter touting “realism” (remember, THIS IS INSPIRED BY ACTUAL EVENTS) set in a modern military world. 2010′s Medal of Honor was terrible in its own right and Warfighter does little to better the name. It’s about as forgettable and poorly constructed as most of its competitors."