Based on real battles fought in Afghanistan in 2002, Medal of Honor has you taking on the role of rangers and other Tier 1 operators as they fight their way through enemy territory on the hunt for Taliban encampments.
whether the game is as good as the beard is not certain, but buying MOH is alot better than supporting the beardless crap that is Call Of Duty.
To the best of my knowledge, Kotaku doesn't give number scores to their reviews. I'm not sure where this 4/5 came from? Am I missing something?
How does he figure it is taking COD directly on when it is coming out a month before it?
Kotaku doesn't use numbers in their reviews, where the hell did the number come from?
what happened to kotaku's Loved & Hated type of reviews?
Kotaku should quit being pussies and use numbers or some form of scale - it's a cop out from facing criticism from gamers who may have a contrary view or disagree. Other sites are brave enough to get derided by gamers but Kotaku just plays it safe by talking a lot about what they like and didn't like but saying nothing substantive at all. We all give games (at least in are head) some form of score.
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