Medal of Honor

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Medal of Honor

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  • In addition to multiplayer the game features a deep single player campaign in which players guide the storyline of multiple Tier 1 operators
  • Elite Special Forces combat set across the rugged Afghanistan landscape
  • Developed by the world-class team at DICE (makers of Battlefield Bad Company 2)
  • The game supports up to 24 players in online multiplayer modes

Operating directly under the National Command Authority, a relatively unknown entity of Operators. Over 2 million Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines wear the uniform. Of those, approximately 50 thousand fall under the direct control of the Special Operations Command. The Tier 1 Operator functions on a plane of existence above and beyond even the most highly trained Special Operations Forces. Their exact numbers, while classified, hover in the low hundreds. They are living, breathing, precision instruments of war. They are experts in the application of violence. The new Medal of Honor is inspired by and has been developed with Tier 1 Operators from this elite community. Players will step into the boots of these warriors and apply their unique skill sets to a new enemy in the most unforgiving and hostile battlefield conditions of present day Afghanistan. There is a new enemy.

Medal of Honor is a first-person shooter from the makers of Battlefield Bad Company 2 that redefines the genre. For shooter fans and modern military enthusiasts, Medal of Honor is a way to experience today’s authentic warfare, because unlike anywhere else in the world of video games, Medal of Honor can deliver intense modern warfare gameplay inspired by the actions of the elite Tier 1 Operators currently active in the military. Features include access to Tier 1 Ops and Army Ranger storylines, realistic weaponry and large-scale online multiplayer.

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Welcome to the Top Tier

Operating directly under the National Command Authority, a relatively unknown entity of handpicked warriors are selected when it is crucial that a mission not fail. These are the Tier 1 Operators. There are over 2 million active soldiers. Of those, approximately 50 thousand fall under the direct control of the Special Operations Command. The Tier 1 Operator functions on a level above and beyond even the most highly trained Special Operations Forces. Their exact numbers, while classified, hover in the low hundreds. They are living, breathing, precision instruments of war, experts in the application of controlled violence. The new Medal of Honor game is inspired by and developed with actual Tier 1 Operators from this elite community. Players step into the boots of these warriors and apply their unique skill sets to fight a new enemy in the most unforgiving and hostile conditions of present day Afghanistan.

This is a new war. There is a new warrior. He is Tier 1.

A Tier 1 Operative firing from a rooftop in Medal of Honor

Join the ranks of the Tier 1 Ops.
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Multiplayer

Developed by the world-class team at DICE (makers of Battlefield Bad Company 2) the fast-paced multiplayer combat packed into Medal of Honor delivers the perfect mix of tactical warfare and all-out action. 2-24 players are supported in online modes.

Key Game Features

  • Fight Today’s War – Elite Special Forces in a gritty combat campaign using the surgical tactics of Tier 1 Operators combined with the sledgehammer force of Army Rangers
  • Unparalleled Authenticity – Intense story with incredible pacing and variety set in the rugged Afghanistan landscape, creating a shooter experience only available from the storied Medal of Honor franchise
  • Balanced Gameplay – Developed by the world-class team at DICE (makers of Battlefield Bad Company 2) the game’s fast paced combat delivers the perfect mix of tactical warfare and all-out action
  • Online Multiplayer Redefined – The game supports up to 24 players in online multiplayer modes
  • A Deep Single Player Campaign – In addition to multiplayer the game features a deep single player campaign in which players guide the storyline of multiple Tier 1 operators, as well as an Army Ranger

Additional Screenshots

An enemy combatant wielding a shotgun in Medal of Honor

Face insurgents in the field.
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A squad of soldiers kicking in a door in Medal of Honor

And root them out as well.
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A soldier riding a single person vehicle in Medal of Honor

Vehicles large and small.
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A transport helicopter taking surface-air fire in Medal of Honor

Pros and cons of air support.
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  1. 57 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Solid FPS, Decent multiplayer, worth the price of admission, October 24, 2010
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    bigbearw (central mass) –

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Medal of Honor (Video Game)

    This game is being constantly bashed my MW2 fans. The biggest flaw in the marketing of this game was to compare it to, and suggest that its a contender to MW2. Its simply not the same game. The majority of negative reviews stem from the fact that EA touted this as a MW2 clone more or less, which got all the MW2 junkies on the bandwagon only to be depressed and angry. Its not the same. Its a completely different game, and when looked at alone, not comparitively its a solid game.
    Modes:
    Campaign:
    Decent, but short. Great story, realistic gameplay. Sliding into cover should be incorporated in every FPS from here on out, works fantastically. There is always the opportunity to go back and try a harder difficulty.
    Tier 1 Mode:
    tough………replay each mision of the campaign, with a maximum time limit, and no respawns or checkpoints……….
    this trumps a veteran difficulty level where you can just figure out a route and sprint to a checkpoint then die and start right there……….
    Multiplayer:
    BFBC2 on smaller maps, made by the same BFBC guys, I enjoy it, I have put in about 6 hours online and its got the same issues they all have, spawn killing, campers, etc……..graphically it excedes BFBC2
    Bonus:
    Medal of Honor Frontlines remastered (ps3 only)
    I never played this before but I have been enjoying it alot. Its a solid FPS from the days before spawn killers, online, and nuke boosting.

    Overall:
    The campaign has some glitches, some that shouldn’t have made it past testing, but oh well, there are a few in every game that comes out. The story is great. Graphics are average for the campaign, and above average, but not the best, for multiplayer. The online is constantly compared to MW2 which is very different, there are no “steady aim” perks that allow you to wildly spray ammo around. If you try running around you will get shot. The goal is realism, and while not perfect, it gets closer than the others. You run around a corner and a guy is crouched there, you are dead, he will see you before you get your gun up from a sprint, thats reality, but will frustrat the hell out of players that are used to running around with light step and marathon, jumping into prone and spraying dual p90’s all over the screen……………

    EA screwed up comparing this game to MW2, but in the end, its a decent game, two if you count frontlies, which i do because its a solid little game on its own. For me, it was worth the sixty i put out and twenty i got back in GC form. Any review that says this isn’t MW2…………..unless thats all you like, read on, because people that play other games will appreciate this game much more than those that think COD is all there is…………..

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  2. 155 of 189 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Mostly Bark, A Few Bites, October 13, 2010
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    nork “Inverted Y-axis” (Oklahoma City) –

    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    Alright, it sucks I have to put a disclaimer in my own review, but when dealing with video games and a crowd with a large number of hairless-chest thumping Justin Biebers, the word “fanboy” gets thrown around WAY too much. I will start my review by saying I own CoD4, MW2, and now MoH. I played the BFBC2 beta, I downloaded BF 1943 when it first released on the Playstation Store, but I have never played BFBC1 or the full release of BFBC2, so I came into the latest MoH with only a slight familiarity with the feel of EA’s DICE games. If anything, I’m a fanboy of Frontline, and a frequent player of MW2, but understand and appreciate the different approach EA/DICE took with MoH versus Activision with MW2.

    I used to play MoH: Frontline for hours, loved the soundtrack, and pre-ordered Rising Sun, but still returned to Frontline, which stands as my favorite modern release wartime FPS (Duke Nukem 3d being my #1 all time fav). I’ve played MoH games long before I ever stepped foot into a Call of Duty game.

    This game was hyped up like crazy. Nobody expected Treyarch to throw in the towel with Black Ops because of this game, but MoH has failed to live up to said hype. Not to say that it’s a horrible game. I got tired of reading “I want a refund! I can’t play online!”… It’s day 1 kids, relax, be patient, play the campaign mode, do your pre-algebra homework, inspect your lip for any incoming mustache hairs, or do whatever it is 13 year olds do these days.

    I pre-ordered MoH for a couple reasons. To keep me occupied until Black Ops releases (because I’m tired of MW2) and to re-live Frontline. I played the beta. It was rough, but most betas are. EA seemed to respond to a lot of the feedback so I assumed the release would be a bit more polished. It is, but only slightly.

    Starting with the single player campaign:

    I’m only halfway through and I’ve moderately enjoyed the campaign thus far, but still have a few gripes. I started on medium difficulty, thinking it’d be challenging enough to keep me entertained, but not overwhelmingly difficult. Now that I’ve played through this far, I’m thinking I should have just jumped on hard. I’ve only died once, and I’ll explain why in just a minute. I have had, on multiple occasions, AI walk AROUND me to go fire at my team, leaving me completely unnoticed and unharmed as if I were invisible. As other reviewers have pointed out, the enemy can be hiding behind a soggy Kleenex and be completely safe from your fire. The environment is semi-destructible. I was able to shoot a few rounds at a stack of tires and chip off tires one by one to reveal the enemy’s head (well, a teensy little bit of his turban), but the wooden crate he was hiding behind must have been filled with blocks of lead, because nothing made it through.

    Even being somewhat out in the open, if the enemy fires at you, no need to run and duck for cover, just watch for the flash reports and aim for his head… trust me, you’ll have time.

    The only time I’ve died was while playing the second mission, called Breaking Bagram. We cleared and secured the airfield, but once we made it into the warehouse, the fourth guy was missing (Mother? I’m not sure who’s who). So when we secure the warehouse and start making our way over to the tower, my team just holds up in the second floor of the warehouse waiting on this dude to get there, but he never shows. And at that point, the entrance to the warehouse is sealed shut. I’ve reloaded at the last checkpoint, everybody is accounted for, but once we get into the warehouse, he’s gone… I’ve done this several times with no change. My teammate VooDoo waits by a door upstairs in the warehouse, so after we cleared out the warehouse I ran up to this door before VooDoo could block it and I was able to walk right through it (just like using the “idclip” cheat code in Doom (that’s an old (and awesome!) computer game for you Teen Disney watchers)). After clipping through the door, I go downstairs and look outside to see nothing… literally, absolutely nothing. It’s just white. I step outside and immediately fall underneath the map.. I keep falling, watching the map above me getting smaller and smaller.. then finally I smack and die and have to start allover again. I finally had to replay the entire mission to get through this level, not sure where this fourth dude kept hiding out, but he is seriously not a good wingman. Chump.

    Multiplayer is, well.. an experience. I’ve played all available matches, mostly as Rifleman, and have an hour of online game time racked up so far and I’m already bored with the maps they keep sticking me on, especially when I play hardcore and it gives you random match types, but will put you on the same exact map 2-3…

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  3. 14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Real-life in a video game…, July 6, 2011
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    TERII T TUMAHAI (Ewa Beach, HI) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This is the closest game available that is as close to being there, I as a fellow soldier and veteran I have walk in these men’s shoes and I can atest to its realism; the real-world battle physics is both accurate and real not like other shooters when you fire an RPG it will either bring down a building or blow up your ride with you in it. This is real life uncut and unedited. This is only for those who like there games as real to life as it gets!

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