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Submitted by Nineball2112 783d ago | review

Review: Medal of Honor: Warfighter struggles to find its niche | ARS Technica

Since the 2010 Medal of Honor reboot, publisher Electronic Arts and developer Danger Close studios have hung the franchise on the peg of the “Tier 1 operators,” the best of the best of America's special forces. The reboot also continued to capture the original Medal of Honor ethos that recognizes the valor of the American soldier (as the series has done since it was founded in 1999). In the beginning that was enough because Medal of Honor was the only military shooter on the block. The situation is clearly different today, and the trade-offs required by that original mission are now proving to be an impediment to its success. (Medal of Honor: Warfighter, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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