A.V. Club: Medal Of Honor Review

A.V. Club writes: "The two-thirds mark of many a first-person shooter is an opportunity to strip players of their pet gadgets and the overpowered weaponry they’ve come to rely on, thus forcing them to approach the game they’ve been playing for the past however many hours with fresh eyes and a new awareness of the stakes. Medal Of Honor, the controversial, heavily anticipated modern-day reboot of an 11-year-old franchise, makes use of this classic construction, but when the tables turn from engaging ragged Taliban forces—outgunned and under-armored as they are—to skulking alone through spider holes with just a knife and sidearm at your disposal, hoping only to chip away at an overwhelmingly superior force, it’s difficult to play the game without being brought up short and considering the politics. "

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