WTMG's Jordan Hawes: "I was really hoping to be impressed with Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, but it unfortunately actively tried to ruin itself. It’s not poorly made, or glitchy, or unplayable, it’s just unbelievably mediocre. In fact, the best thing about the game is the real life documentary in it that interviews real vets. This aspect was filmed nicely and is a good history lesson, but these are a dime a dozen. I would have also talked about the online multiplayer aspects, but that bit is already pretty much dead. I found only two people playing out of all the times I’ve quick searched matches. You can play with bots, but, good lord, why bother with that terrible AI."