Digital Foundry- Danger Close has found some success in transplanting the core Medal of Honor: Warfighter experience across multiple platforms without too many compromises, but the game itself falls short of the lofty standards set by the Battlefield and Call of Duty games. There's plenty of potential locked away in the concept and ideas Danger Close has for the series, but this latest instalment feels far too much like a mishmash of gameplay concepts marred by distinct lack of polish to be considered a worthwhile purchase at full price.
On a graphical level, the situation is far more impressive. Performance-wise the PS3 game leads the way where the campaign is concerned, running largely without screen tearing and with fewer frame-rate drops. When online the 360 is the more stable of the two, dealing with larger environments and alpha effects more easily.