Medal Of Honor producer Greg Goodrich has told GamerZines that his franchise reboot is "not a game about politics" in a recent interview.
... Whoever said it was? :D
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they keep saying this, but a game based around war - especially a contemporary war - is about politics whether it likes it or not
lord forbid, that would actually make it interesting and more than just another generic-ass "shootan" game. warfare exists as a direct result of politics, the 2 are eternally intertwined. i'd rather play a game with something to say, even if i disagree with it, than just another faceless super-soldier fps.
I would also rather play a game with social commentary than one without, but I hardly think a Medal of Honor game would contribute anything meaningful to the debate on, well, anything.
True. MoH would just offer a very Westernised take on War. It wouldn't add anything, just recycle the same ideas. I'd prefer the game to be less black and white than a shooter like CoD. Who knows, we might get a Bioshock-esque ideology centred single player. Then again. Probably not.
are stupid. It's true, we pay our tax dollar to get guys to yell at each other about burning themselves with coffee that didn't say 'caution, hot' MW2 I didn't like because I saw (guessed) what was going to happen (and was right), and something about the game never made it real to me. I never got any of the other guys personalities, and for some reason I was fighting both sides, and all of this screwed mess that makes no sense
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