MP1st - According to recent EA Q4 FY ’13 reports, Medal of Honor is indeed still in EA’s “key considerations.”
I refuse to buy another MOH game long as EA chases after the Call of Duty experience
Warfighter had so much potential but EA being the clowns they are.Ruined it big time.
Either go back to the game's roots or just let it rest. ;)
refusing to buy the game based on the assumption it is anything like COD means you are just missing out on an awesome game. I am still playing MOHW to this day. Awesome game, but what makes it great is the awesome community and everyone playing now is really good. By far the most challenging online shooter out there.
This latest MOH wasn't as bad as media are it out to be, it was a hate on EA more than anything else. Fair journalism doesn't exist in gaming media It's ok for COD to keep doing the same but if others try than they are labelled badly Now on to the point: If EA is serious about new MOH than get a team together who have experience with FPS genre and give them FB3 to use and make MOH for next gen systems. Maybe it doesn't come out till fall 2015 but what that will do is give the team enough time to understand engine,next gen tech and give enough polish for a complete robot. Also by 2015 most will move on and will give the game it's actual due and review it fairly Right now MOH Needs to stay in hiding for foreseeable future But knowing EA we will hat about it a lot sooner than we should most likely BF4 will come WTH beta code for next MOH. But I hope I am wrong
they need to give MOH it's own identity, at the moment it looks just like another me too war game.
Drop MOH. It's time has come and gone. Maybe bring back Bad Company without the Battlefield branding or just try something new.
You would figure that with Warfighter's dismal reception, EA would analyze where it went wrong. Instead, they reinforce that they made a good game that no one understood. "According to chief operating officer Peter Moore, “the game was solid but the focus on combat authenticity did not resonate with consumers.”" No. What didn't resonate with consumers was how obviously rushed Warfighter was. It's evidenced in it's mundane gameplay, difficult to follow narrative (which they put so much emphasis on), muddy and unfinished environments, and the numerous bugs and glitches which vary per gamer's experiences. You can look at ten reviews that give Warfighter a three out of ten or four out of ten and see the similar complaints many had with it. People did not like Warfigther because of the "combat authenticity". People did not like Warfighter because it was a poorly done game that was taking itself too seriously. The only thing clear about Warfighter is that was pushed out the door without cab fare, then getting hit by the doorknob on the way out and splashed when a bus runs over a massive puddle.
Just like how Dead Space is still considered "valuable" to the company. MoH is as good as dead to EA.....
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