‘Medal of Honor’ 2010: Review Round-Up
With the much-anticipated “Medal of Honor” game seeing its US release date today (Tuesday, October 12th), I thought I would take a look at a few of the reviews that have begun surfacing online. The first one comes from Dave Burns, over at xboxer360.com.
This review gave the “Medal of Honor” game a rating of 88 percent out of 100, and noted a few good points as well as a few downsides. While this review praises the game for its strong story line and excellent multiplayer mode, it does note the disappointment in its short campaign.
The next review comes from Tom Bramwell from eurogamer.net, who gave it an 8/10 rating. Although this review claims that the multiplayer is close to that of “Bad Company 2,” it does go on to say that it would be hard to put it down in any way.
It’s the multiplayer – which features five game modes – that appears to be praised again in this review, while the script and storyline has been described as mixed outside of the action. The final review that I came across is a video review from Arthur Gies at uk.ign.com.
While other reviews praise the storyline, this one claims that it has a few major issues. Another criticism is the single player gameplay, which they claim gets tedious at times. This review rates the audio and visuals on the plus side, while noting a spotty framerate and boring levels as the downside.
You can read the full reviews via the links provided above. Feel free to let us know what you think of this game, once you have had a chance to play it.
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