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Submitted by timcolwill 725d ago | review

MOH: Warfighter’s single-player reviewed: The year’s least ambitious shooter (games.on.net)

And that’s the true disappointment, especially considering that Warfighter is constantly trying to make you empathise with what the game quite literally describes as superheroes: the men and women that make up special forces units around the world.

Commandos are amazing. They’re the closest thing we have to superhumans, considering the sacrifices and the feats of endurance, strength and willpower that’s expected of them. None of those qualities are present in the campaign though: it’s just ordinary and completely forgettable.

Diggers, or any other serving member of the armed forces for that matter, deserve a better tribute than this. (Medal of Honor: Warfighter, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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