I can't help but cringe when I read all of the vitriol by the so-called "professionals" and the "experts." Medal of Honor did what they set out to do. They created a game that was deeply driven by story but couldnt't help but also cater to the ADD crowd desperate and hungry for a "shoot me up" that appeals to the chaotic 13 year old CoD crowd.
This is what CoD is for and not Medal of Honor, but they did it anyway and paid the ultimate price. Ultimately bad reviews and equally bad sales. Danger Close needs to continue to tell their story and leave the idiots behind and the game will do well.
Graphically stunning. The game has breathtaking levels that amazed at every turn. Environmental details that crumbled around with every bullet made for some hair raising battles. A surprise driving scene that equally impressed with the crumbling environments was a nice surprise.
Weapon sounds and bullet physics were very well done. I am sorry cod snipers but bullets drop after a distance. All of your camping headshots are not as easy to attain in real life as they are in cod. Not saying moh is perfect but give them an A for trying.
Unfortunately I don't have enough characters to post every thought but other than being short, the campaign hit the mark for me. Engaging story, familiar characters, real to life missions and gear.
DC, next time don't think about the cod'ers and tell your story and this game will survive on its own.