Articles tagged with: Medal of Honor
Three new Medal of Honor screens have surfaced from EA’s side of the fence. Don’t lie to yourself… you know you want to see them.
EA could find themselves courting controversy with the upcoming Medal of Honor: the FPS, set in the modern day Afghanistan, will feature content that sees you play as Taliban characters. The game’s producer, Patrick Liu, has responded by saying that the content will not “provoke too hard.”
We’ve just caught wind that the Limited Edition of Medal of Honor will grant you access to the Battlefield 3 beta.
We know what you’re thinking, Battlefield 3 hasn’t been announced yet, and you’re right but that’s not stopping EA DICE from making this offer.
So far in 2010, we’ve been bombarded with several top quality games and had many interesting topics to discuss. We’ve been very lucky. July was, however, a very humdrum month. Sure, it’s normally dead the month after E3, but we were still looking out for the big releases, but sadly they never came.
Still, we found just enough to keep us interested during the mid-summer shutdown. We digested PlayStation Plus, got to grips with the Medal of Honor Beta and explored Hulu Plus. There were even a few new games announced that left us excited – not to mention an obscene amount of beat ‘em up news. There was also a big announcement here at PS3 Attitude. Here’s the review of the month…
The Californian rock back, Linkin Park, will be headlining the soundtrack for the new Medal of Honor game with ‘The Catalyst’, the lead song from their upcoming album called A Thousand Suns.
Linkin Park’s Joe Hahn has also directed his own teaser trailer for the game. It has ‘The Catalyst’ playing over live in-game footage that features the Tier 1 crew in action. The montage is broken up with bold statements warning of “merciless” enemies and “escalation”. It’s all very bombastic.
Can’t get enough of that Medal of Honor beta? The word from EA/DICE is that you’re going to get some extra time to soak it in.
We’ve known ever since E3 that Medal of Honor would be getting a limited edition for the PS3. Now, DICE has released a trailer about this alternate version of the game, but it’s not quite what we expected.
Twitter? Prizes? Well, it is Tuesday, and you know what that means don’t you?
Yes, today PS3 Attitude becomes PSFree Attitude, where we give away great prizes to you, our delectable readers, via the medium of Twitter.
If you’re anything like us here at Attitude Towers, you remember the good ol’ days. The days back when the PlayStation One ruled the console roost, and that one analog stick the N64 had was ‘over-rated’. Remember those times?
If so, then you might remember a little game called Medal of Honor. If you played shooters back in that era, then chances are you know exactly what Medal of Honor is.
We’re pleased to say that many years later, the franchise seems to be ready to try and take back the shooter crown; a mantel that it has since lost to the likes of titles such as Call of Duty and Battlefield.
With E3 over, it has become clear that one of the biggest gaming publishers, Electronic Arts, is really in love with the PlayStation 3.
In Sony’s E3 conference they announced exclusive content for Dead Space 2 and Medal of Honor, including Dead Space: Extraction and Medal of Honor: Frontline, bundled in special editions of the games.
Medal of Honor has been patched! Hopefully the game crashing is a thing of the past…
Here’s a contest that doesn’t make much sense. All you have to do is win an online tournament in Super Street Fighter IV hosted by Delriach. Easy enough, right?
The new Medal of Honor multiplayer beta launches today and in celebration, we’ll be giving out beta codes to 20 of our lucky readers.
Want to enter the competition? Read on to find out how!
Both Dead Space 2 and Medal of Honor set to get some very tasty looking special editions indeed.
We’ve already had announcements this week from Capcom, Atlus and Square Enix and now it is EA’s turn to announce their E3 line-up, promising ‘highly anticipated titles in all genres’.
There’s been a countdown counter on the Medal of Honor website for quite some time now. Today, it finally ended, revealing the latest trailer, titled “Leave a Message.”
Smell that? It’s the smell of change. Following on from Platinum Games announcement that the PS3 is the lead console for Vanquish, EA has now said that Medal of Honor development will also be led on the PS3.
Are developers finally starting to see sense?
Things are looking good if you’re a fan of FPS’s. Not only will you have a raft of Call of Duty games to choose from, but EA’s reboot of the Medal of Honor series is looking immensely impressive.
Should Activision start getting worried?
Confirming what we already knew by looking at the box, EA’s Medal of Honor restart will be the first M-rated game of the long and respected series.
Of course this isn’t the only monumental shift the game will be experiencing.
It’s no secret what EA are trying to achieve with rebooting the Medal of Honor franchise and setting it during a modern conflict. You only have to look at the sales of Activision’s Modern Warfare 2 to realise that there is an extreme appetite among gamers right now for more shooters of this type.