Reviews are coming in quick for EA's Medal of Honor reboot. The first person shooter, which EA has touted as a viable competitor to Activision's Call of Duty franchise, has been taking more criticism than expected over the last 24 hours.
To put it simply, reviewers are calling the game average. To start, the single player portion of the game is short. Too short for a $60 game, apparently. The game's campaign mode reportedly takes around 4-6 hours to complete. Now, it may be fair to say that the game's campaign is short in order to deliver an epic, true story that does not drag on. Reviewers might refute this, however, by pointing out that the game still seems to suffer from numerous technical and graphical issues. The framerate is inconsistent to awful, textures pop in late, and graphical and sound glitches are common.