From the PlanetXbox360.com feature editorial:
"Okay, so Medal of Honor is finally out, after months in development and showings of both the single player and multiplayer modes in action. We’ve already provided our final verdict, but one can’t help but wonder – did Electronic Arts come close to topping the experience that Call of Duty has reached over the years? Or does it still have a way to go? Well, let’s look at the finer aspects of Medal of Honor. First off, there’s the pacing. While the game moves very swiftly for the most part, there are times when you’re stuck in the middle of a Taliban standstill, either fending off a group that’s hard to pin down or awaiting an air strike from above before you can do any further damage. While this does add to the game’s realism, it does dwindle a bit from the continuous momentum that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 possessed. That game moved so fast, it was almost like a Michael Bay production."