Medal of Honor Warfighter
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Written by active U.S. Tier 1 Operators while deployed overseas and inspired by real world threats, Medal of Honor Warfighter™ delivers an aggressive, gritty, and authentic experience that puts gamers in the boots of today’s most precise and disciplined warrior. Medal of Honor Warfighter is an up close and personal look at today’s battlefield and the fight against the ongoing global terror threat.
Following on the heels of 2010’s Medal of Honor that took the game series out of World War II and introduced players to today’s most elite U.S. warriors, Medal of Honor Warfighter takes players out of Afghanistan to continue to experience gameplay missions with a dotted line to real world incursions. This is Tier 1 on a global scale, featuring real world hotspots and international Tier 1 Operators in Multiplayer.
Medal of Honor Warfighter tells the story of U.S. Tier 1 Operator, “Preacher” as he returns home from overseas only to find his family torn apart from years of deployment. Trying to pick up the pieces to salvage what remains of his marriage, Preacher is reminded of what he’s fighting for - family. But when an extremely deadly explosive (PETN) penetrates civilian borders and his two worlds collide, Preacher and his fellow teammates are sent in to solve the problem. They take the fight to the enemy and do whatever it takes to protect their loved ones from harm.
My review od MoH:WarfighterSebaOnePL | Oct. 24, 2013 | See all SebaOnePL's reviews »
Warfighter is not a brilliant game but I am far from determining of its poor. If someone has high expectations for this game, it actually might be disappointed but if you are looking for pure entertainment for 2-3 nights then you've come to the right place. The game tells the story of the U.S. Special Forces fighting against terrorists. We are not dealing with quiet operations and they are more action in Rambo style. A big plus for sure is the graphics which looks very nice and the lighting effects are fantastic. I also like the mission maps that are well done and interesting. The gameplay allows you to relax after a hard day at work and feel for a moment like a hero action movies. I recommend MoH: Warfighter if you buy it at a low price and do not have too high expectations.
I love itSirEagle | Oct. 15, 2013 | See all SirEagle's reviews »
I love this FPS. Medal of Honor always were my favorite FPS series and this game haven't disappointed me also. The single player campaign story is very good, visual graphics are stunning and system requirement to play game is really low. Yes the single player have same minor bugs but it's not a big deal. Multiplayer is very very good and you will just spend lots of hours playing it. Recommending this game to every FPS game fan you will not be dissapointed.
A mediocre FPSMarcoCav | Oct. 2, 2013 | See all MarcoCav's reviews »
Medal of Honor: Warfighter is incomplete. Along with a mediocre and short campaign, with a mix of strange design choices, a bad artificial intelligence and boring situations, there is a good multiplayer, but it is not enough to reward this game. Moreover there are numerous bugs and graphical effects mediocre, incomprehensible considering that the game uses the Frostbite. In short, the turnover of Electronic Arts does not seem to have paid off.
Medal of Honor Warfighter - reviewNeapolis47 | Aug. 13, 2013 | See all Neapolis47's reviews »
In this new crusade against the terrorists play as Preacher, the main character in the single player campaign, and Stump, a sniper who will don the role of a secondary character from the background almost non-existent. The proposed missions are necessarily linear, full of scripts (some particularly difficult to activate) and patriotic dialogues. On the other hand, we find the enemies, clear numerical advantage and well-armed, also knows their artificial intelligence is simply deplorable. In multiplayer, a bad copy of Call of Duty, you must choose their favorite nation, which will be the first class to use and then unlock the other five. These will be unlocked easily after a few games and will be quite easy to get carried away, despite the obvious lack of information regarding the strengths and weaknesses.
Syndicate is better than that!!!!Hunork | July 30, 2013 | See all Hunork's reviews »
The story in Medal of Honor Warfighter might singlehandedly be the most tragic feature in the game’s entire package. Not only because it’s confusing, muddled, and all over the place, but because it’s a complete departure from the “band of brothers” style story that struck me in the last game, and personally, I see that as a missed opportunity. Where the last game was a genuine attempt at honoring military veterans and recreating modern missions normally confidential to everyone but black operations soldiers, Warfighter is more concerned with explosions, bullet-time breach-and-clear events, and acting on far-overused action-film clichés. It’s mainly a story about a man torn between his responsibilities as a father and a soldier – all explained through a handful of confusing, albeit visually stunning cut scenes that give you something to care about and nudge you through the campaign. It’s important to have that when every other thread of narrative is overlaid with yelling, explosions and predictable, nonsensical twists. My biggest beef with the story was the feeling of not knowing where I was, what I was doing, or who the enemy was. Each mission essentially trickled down to “shoot the people with the beards before they shoot you, they’re the bad guys after all.” At least in the last Medal of Honor, you knew who you were shooting, the game reminded you of the Taliban with a persistent passion – Warfighter just assumes you have a working trigger finger. As a whole, the story is far from cohesive, abundant in cliché, and anything but memorable. I think it says a lot that, by the end, I had no idea if I had won the battle or got the bad guy, or even did what I was supposed to do.