All in all, Medal of Honor: Warfighter is a nice surprise after last year's let down of sorts, and it's nice to see the direction that the studio is going for by blending realism that is inspired by true events but keeping game play mild enough that casual fans won't feel too overwhelmed.
Wow, I just don't understand where the criticism against this game came from... this game is mind blowing! It's 10/5/2016 and it's still kicking ass.
Sure, there may be some minor issues which show up in details (the same as any other game in this genre- some sort of spawn issue in multiplayer etc) but this game, and what it was clearly aiming to do, blow half of the rest of the market out of the water and top pretty much everything else to boot.
(Obviously all are different games, but here referencing say the entire COD, Battlefield, Counterstrike series and half dozen others) This is what I was hoping Black Ops 3 was going to be.
I don't get where some of these review people are coming from unless they are just plain bought.
It's like the IGN review just had no goal other than to forget all the crap they let through on 9's while trying to crack any flaw in MOH- and I mean I have seen some REAL crap get 9's.
The worst of idiotic games for elementary kids come out and they criticize nothing, then MOH: Warfighter gets nitpicked for any detail.
I just watched the interview between Greg Goodrich and Tom McShea of Gamespot. It gets right down to the issue of game modes in general. Obviously people want to play death matches and there isn't much of another way to do that. If bullets are realistic, you are only going to take a few. If you die , then the game is over if you don't re-spawn. Another option is to not do death matches and instead make everything large scale and objective based, which is fine, but gets right back to people wanting to play army to test out guns. So what is the point? It's that Medal of Honor from 2010 and this one from 2012 are still top of the line. Everyone into this genre should own a copy of this and Medal of Honor from 2010.
So where is the online player base now?
It looks like these reviewers have had a devastating effect. I'll set up private if I have to... This game rocks! I had no idea they had taken the series up this level.
---> Stunning graphics, realistic physics, pounding in your face audio, and an awesome story written by real military people.
Medal of Honor is trying to do the good thing. Although the game looks pretty good, there are plenty of graphical bugs. The action in the game just doesn't flow naturally because of the many slow moments. The game does better in the multiplayer modes but still there is a lot of room for improvement.
The whole time you're playing Warfighter, just behind the sofa, there's a camouflaged Call of Duty-sized elephant sitting in the room - busying itself by practicing scope kills with its trunk. To go up against that beast Warfighter needed to impress on its own terms, and really deliver something new and exhilarating. Instead we got a cloning experiment that went badly awry.
Medal of Honor Warfighter fails in almost every regard. Warfighter's campaign is a jumble of flashy parts that Danger Close unsuccessfully tries to glue together, and the solid foundation of its multiplayer is buried under a broken interface, small maps and poor interface design.
gamingtrend: are you f**king kidding me (piss poor planning) how about this you can eat a Di(K this game is awesome if you stupid F**K's took the time to rate the name much less the game. Well im sure you and your team went into depth with the C-O-D well the name at least did you even pick up the controller or did you just read the cover "piss poor" its stupid F**K's like you that made this game seam something its not.
If we are looking at just the single player campaign in the current year of 2022, is it the best ever made? Hell no. Is it one of the worst ever? HELL no. People need to get more perspective on what a truly awful experience actually is.
I still come back to this campaign occasionally, because there are some genuinely good moments sprinkled throughout. It uses the same engine as Battlefield 3, so you'll see some familiar animations, and that also means the sound effects are very well done. Firefights feel good and the gunplay is solid.
I think it holds up graphically even today... If you squint a bit.
It's about 5 bucks to pick up now, so if you want a return to when FPS games had campaigns that were at least slightly above average, or at worst average, TRUST me, you could do a lot worse than this.
The only good thing about the game is the graphics, they totally sinned with the slow paced action, you get stuck in the same area for too long, considering this game last 5 hours, the lack of a more closed-combat action is also a disappointment.
SummaryMedal of Honor Warfighter is inspired by and has been developed in association with Tier 1 Operators. This personal story was written by Tier 1 Operators while deployed around the world. In it, players assume the roles of these warfighters and apply unique skill sets to track down a genuine global threat, in real international locations,...