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Medal of Honor: Airborne


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2819 ratings

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I didnt like it

posted by chuck12348 (SCOTTSVILLE, KY) Feb 21, 2013

Member since Feb 2013

I don't like the controls jumping out of airplanes are fun but I don't like the aiming you cant move while aiming

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Really Bad

Not Enjoyable...

posted by Dae_Mar_98 (SCOTTSVILLE, VA) Aug 29, 2012

Member since Jan 2012

I didnt enjoy this game at all.This game is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT.. I only completed the training missions. when i actually started fighting the nazis, they killed me in one shot... and they run like 10x faster than you. and to me it's just impossible, to even get passed the first actual mission. online play sucks also, the reason i give it a 2/10 and not a 1/10 is because I wasted 23 Minutes of my wonderful life playing this piece of S-Word

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Very Good

Adds Spice, Forgets To Cook

posted by kingoflimbs (BLOSSBURG, PA) Apr 30, 2012

Member since Jan 2012

Let's just be simple. This game was more refreshing than most of the WWII games that have come out. Falling out of a plane was a neat idea that soon only felt more like an in-game novelty. The controls are a bit wonky, but easy to change or adapt to for most people who play shooters frequently. The coolest thing about the game was the ability to choose which objective to complete first from a set list, but after that it always felt like the character was on rails. There was a slight variety of weapons to choose from at the beginning of each mission, but that was dependent on which missions you completed previously. Overall, it was more fun than most WWII shooters that had you seeing the same battlefields over and over. It's definitely worth it to rent it, but I'm not sure if there is enough replay value to warrant a purchase.

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