It's Level Up Times' PC editor Scott's first review - and he's tackling on a big title: EA's recently-released Medal of Honor. How does it fare? Read The Level Up Times' review.
I'm am still very eager to play this game. Love the review Scott, you made me think about buying the game sooner.
I don't know I guess some gamers just have low standards as Medal Of Honor is no better than the Web Browser game Quake Live. Now about this review:Medal OF Honor PC First off the editor says he never liked the Battlefield Series!! That's OK but every game since the release of Battlefield 2 has been a clone of Battlefield 2 So since he doesn't like BF i guess the editor prefers arcade type of shooters: But he goes on to talk about realistic feel of movement, weapons, and sliding (like Americas Army 3) and the lean feature which is a great feature. but nothing about linear, slow paced, repetitive game play except that the AI is super stupid. Oh and no mention of bugs either as you can unload two crates worth of ammo at a turret and not hit the gunner. Sorry but nothing in this review says "NEW" or "Innovative" Finally as a PC game he says there are no graphic settings to adjust so you are stuck with what they give you. As a PC gamer I stop reading the article (but came back to it) No settings adjustment = FAIL.
I don't really understand what you are getting at. Firstly you state that if you don't like Battlefield then you automatically enjoy arcade-like shooter, which is an outrageous generalisation to make. Also, just because you found bugs doesn't mean that the reviewer did. If bugs were found, then I'm very sure that the reviewer would've noted them in his review. Then you go on to note there not being any settings adjustments, which the reviwer did mention and marked the game on as is customary in a review. Then again, I'm sure people's opinions on a game will differ and at the end of the day that's what a review is all about - to find out whether a review is for you or not. A reviewer doesn't have to have the same tastes as yourself, and that's why he's mention what he enjoyed and didn't enjoy - so that you can find out whether the game will appeal to YOUR tastes. Anyhow, thanks for reading the review and leaving your feedback, it is much appreciated! :)
Thank you for the kind words RaNd0m01 i hope i cleared any issues in this review and i do hope you enjoyed it Yours Sincerely Scott
So you don't think this is not a arcade type shooter? Hardly no recoil on any of the weapons, there is no bullet spread for sub machine or saw type weapons. The shotgun has kill range of a football field. The game is nothing but for snipers it rewards snipers better than anything else and in combat mission gametype i can snipe from my spawn and snipe the enemies as they spawn. It is by far the easiest game of any shooter i have played campaign or multi. Played it on hard in campaign and beat in 4 hours, i have like 1,763 kills and a 117 deaths in multiplayer. I will go 4 or 5 games in a row without dieing.
Indeed! Scott wrote and interesting and wise review. While we may not all agree with his opinion, he's given us various benchmarks to which we may be able to relate to the game, which is something we rarely see in reviews.
This is a very good review and it has made me reconsider buying the game.
I am telling you its very underrated. It can be very very challenging and you have to be careful every second online or you will die. Very rewarding game.
Wow. The reviews for this review make me want to buy the game! Lol. Well done.
Have to say. It's amazing! End of discussion. I have played Call of Duty games a long time now, given it the benefit of the doubt and guessed they was doing something right but Medal Of Honour has literally won me over. It's just a joy to play. When you kill someone in Medal, it feels amazingly gratifying. Anyone yet to buy it, buy it!
You also must have low standards. It feels like a 15.00 dollar PSN/XBL title to me. Actually this has to be one of the worst Military FPS i have played in quite some time. But if people want to waste 60 bucks on this turd then go ahead and do so.
You have problems ''BloodyNapkin' 9;. Someone who reads your comment with any ounce of intelligence will notice you don't have a brain cell between your ears. So I won't entertain you, just whoever disagreed with my comment is rather those who have yet to play or don't wish to realize that maybe, they would love to play it but would rather keep to what their 'friends' say. and that's a pitty because your missing out. I don't compare games but considering COD and Medal are in the same category, I mentioned COD. Let's just say Medal inspired and shocked me in awe. COD just gave me what every COD games gives. Do the math.
...my initial impression of the game was not good as the first level was completely uninspired. However, subsequent missions verge on being fantastic! You do feel that a couple more months were needed to polish the game and address some of the glitches. Multiplayer is fun. In fact its the most fun I've had since COD4. I rate actual MP gameplay better than that in MW2.
Most Fun since COD4? My god have you not played anything since then? Like Borderlands or L4D or anything? And actually i thought the multiplayer was the worst part and that is pretty bad cause i thought the single player was terrible.
Did not get into Borderlands and I never got into L4D as I'm a PS3 gamer (I did try it on the PC and to be honest I can't believe what all the hype was about!). I did however enjoy Killzone 2, Uncharted 2, Resistance 2, Battlefield 1943 and Bad Company 2 multiplayer. Even Wipeout HD multiplayer was pretty good. Isn't it great we are all free to chose what we like and dislike without having to worry about what others think of our choices. Especially when it means nothing to them anyway.
N4g is so full of CoD Hatters... and MoH hatters... an every game hatters... lol
So if anyone says moh is a fun or a good game, they get 5-10 disagrees from the insecure cod fanboys trolling moh reviews. I enjoyed the sp campaign the mp is fun, and will eventually pick it back up sometime after new vegas.
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