GamesRadar writes: "Medal of Honor, like Halo: Reach, really requires two reviews: one for the campaign, and one for the multiplayer. MoH's campaign and multiplayer weren’t even created by the same developers, and don’t run on the same engines. It's two games in one box, so even more so than Reach, its two sides need separate treatment. Of course, it's still one box for one price, so I'll give each half of the game separate attention, and then rate the whole as an amalgamation of both."
* The exceptional multiplayer
* The characters, voice acting, and storytelling
* That when it works, it's thrilling
* The campaign's premature ending
* Dull, repetitive combat
* Knowing how much more it could have done