I had big expectations for this game, and so did most of the gaming community. When MoH finally hit shelves, I ran to Gamefly, not sure if I wanted to buy or rent it and if I really enjoyed it, I would probably purchase it. Two days of anticipation and waiting at the mail, and I finally popped the disc into the console, visions of amazing FPS action in my mind like sugarplum fairies. I'm sorry to say that this game isn't that epic MW2 or Halo: Reach experience that everyone's loving. MoH isn't a bad game, by any stretch of the imagination, but it's not great or anything we haven't seen before.
This game has two modes: campaign, and multiplayer. Being a fan of Live, I instantly went for a cool multiplayer match. What I found there was not too grand or exciting, but it was fun. Playing a Team Assault match in the Kabul City Ruins and ducking from sniper fire while watching your teammates slowly get picked off is pretty sick, but I found that the game played a lot like my mortal enemy, Combat Arms, in that it was just a bunch of freaks running around and you die pretty fast. It's because of this that I had to start...(gulp)...camping, but after a while, you get used to the flow of the combat and get pretty darn good at picking off campers or holding down a position inside of a building.
Campaign just wowed me. Sure, you have to get past the two boring levels at the beginning, but once you really get into it, your going to find that the campaign is actually a nice thrill ride of a moving story that really brings to your attention what these men are going through out there, and you'll love it. It's short, is VERY easy (I played it on Hard my first time through and beat it super fast), but it delivers in places I thought it would fail.
Overall, I give it a 7/10, because it still has a lot to fix. But if you want to play something fun and enjoyable over the weekend, and maybe earn some extremely non-challenging achievements, then Medal of Honor 2010 is you're game.