Articles tagged with: Medal of Honor
Throughout Gamescom week our inbox gets barraged by publishers pushing trailers, but we can’t complain. We love them, and we know you do too.
That’s why we decided to collect our favourites and put them together in an article. It turned out we couldn’t narrow them down to 10, so we thought we might as well give you 37. That’s a lot of viewing pleasure.
When you think of Medal of Honor and the prestige the series has brought to war veterans since its uprising on PS one, don’t you also think of Linkin Park? If the answer is a resounding “NO”, then you are likely the target audience for EA’s latest marketing partnership initiative for the next iteration in the Medal of Honor series.
Those who pre-order the upcoming Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition will also gain access to an exclusive Battlefield 4 beta, EA announced today.
While this is the first official announcement of Battlefield 4, don’t expect the game anytime soon. The beta is scheduled for fall 2013, nearly a year after Medal of Honor Warfighter’s October release date. Still, is it worth the pre-order knowing that you’ll have first access when the beta does come out?
Project HONOR is an initiative that is dedicated to generating awareness and contributions to charity for fallen warriors from the Special Operations Community in honour of the sacrifices made by them and their families.
Lately, the Medal of Honor franchise has been in the shadow of the FPS behemoth that is Call of Duty. 2010’s Medal of Honor reboot received generally positive reviews and Electronic Arts aims to eclipse that with Medal of Honor: Warfighter. To set the game apart from all of the rest of the war shooters in development, Warfighter introduces individual Tier-1 Operators that are crafted after real-world combat specialists. In the end, there will be 72 unlockable Operators from all over the world, each with their own unique skill set and weapons.
Not to be upstaged by Sony and Ubisoft, Electronic Arts has also had a strong showing at this year’s E3, as the likes of Dead Space 3, Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Crysis 3 are sure to excite gamers.
Our only complaint is that all of the games shown were sequels to existing franchises. Everyone loves a good sequel, but it would have been nice to see EA show off some new interlectual property. Well, that or Mirror’s Edge 2.
But we digress; on with the trailers…
Unless you haven’t been on the internet for a month, you’ll know that E3 starts in just a few days’ time, so we no doubt have dozens of game reveals to look forward to over the next week or so. Before that though, PS3 Attitude thought we’d take a look at some of the games that have already been announced, and, more specifically, what they need to prove at the expo.
EA has recently released two new multiplayer modes for Medal of Honor, appropriately called Clean Sweep and Hot Zone. The former is a freebie, but the latter, which we’ll describe in more depth, will set you back $9.99.
Medal of Honor, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Vanquish, Fallout: New Vegas, Sonic the Hedgehog: Episode 1, FIFA 2011, PES 2011 and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West: these are just some of the games that have stormed the charts in October.
If July will be remembered for its summer shutdown, then October will be known for its abundance of games. What’s more: they were mostly quality. Yes, some underachieved, and others were predictable, but all were worth a play, and play we did…
Medal of Honor was one of the first and most revered first-person shooter franchises on game consoles. That’s partially why it was so sad to see the franchise tumble downhill as time went on. Now it’s back with a brand new look and feel, and both Danger Close and DICE have come along with it. With them, they bring hopes of successfully rebooting this storied franchise. But did they pull it off?
Who likes free stuff? If you’re one of the people that does and you happen to be a Medal of Honor fan, you’ll be very interested to hear about the first batch of DLC that’s already on the way. Click the title to read more.
EA has been promoting Medal of Honor like crazy over the past few months. Their line of Medal of Honor Experience videos have been great and all the press they’ve gotten over the Taliban controversy hasn’t hurt, either. EA announced recently that all that publicity is paying off in the form of preorders.
Anticipation. It’s the constant state of the avid gamer; always with their fingers on the pulse, they await the next big sensation. Whilst they feast on a gratifying main course of Dead Rising 2, F1 …
We’ve been bringing you the Medal of Honor Experience videos for several weeks now. Today, we’ve got the fifth installment ready for your viewing pleasure. While this might be the least impressive video of the five, it does something that none of the other videos can boast. Come inside to see what it is.
We had quite the stream of news flowing out of TGS last week. In case you missed it, you can see everything we reported, here. We came to realize today that there were a few pieces of news that didn’t come out of TGS that you may have missed, starting with a new Medal of Honor trailer. Come inside to check it out.
EA have just released the third of their ‘Medal of Honor Experience’ videos, designed to present exactly how Medal of Honor plays. This third trailer is titled ‘High Value Target’, and shows off the game’s online multiplayer.
Over the past few months we’ve had more Medal of Honor coverage than you can shake a stick at. We’re continuing that trend today by showing you another trailer – this one from the campaign.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Who remembers the Medal of Honor beta? We got some extensive play time with it shortly after its launch, and while the core gameplay seemed solid, we were a tad concerned about some of the presentation. With their newest trailer, EA and DICE have eased our minds immensely.