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Medal of honor Warfighter reviews


mrwoowoo

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Nearly finished single player campaign, and am really impressed. Graphics are rather good. Game play is excellent . Sound is awesome as well. Wondering why the majority of reviews said that this game was very bad to average at best. Not played multiplayer yet, but am wondering if there is a bit of C.O.D snobbery going on. I.e. If it's not C.O.D it's no good. They seem to have put in a lot of effort to add variety. The two car chases are top notch. Then you have the on foot,and boat chase gameplay. Or an i wrong. What do you think?

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Chronos the 2nd

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I stopped playing the likes of Medal of Honor, Call of Duty and Battlefield when I came to the conclusion that each game was little more than a revamped version of the previous game, particularly the single player potion.

I know from another forum I am a member of which has a massive gaming section that the miultiplayer parts of these games are far more popular and in fact the single player part is often derided.

As I do not play online games very often the above games do not give me much enjoyment at all, in fact the last one I played, Battlefield 3, I could not finish as I found it so tedious.

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