"More than that though, I think we could all just use a break from Halo. Or, better yet, Halo could use a break from us. You see, there is something that sometimes happens to popular game series. They sell well, so sequels are made. The sequels sell well, so prequels are made. Those sell well so spin-offs are produced, and so on and so forth. The Medal of Honor games, for instance, used to be great. I loved them back on the PS1 and then later on the PS2 when they set out to recreate moments from war movies. Storming the beaches of Normandy a la Saving Private Ryan (sometimes almost word for word) is still is a fond memory. That said, as time went on the sequels became shabbier and moreover, the shooter market became completely and utterly saturated with FPS games set in WW2. Medal of Honor’s influence on this trend was far from small. "