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Medal of Honor Warfighter - PC

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3.1 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews

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  • Dotted Line to Real World Events - From rescuing hostages in Abu Sayyaf's Basilan, Phillipines stronghold to assaulting Al-Shabaab's "Pirate Town" on the Somali Coast, gamers step into the boots of Tier 1 Operators as they hunt down the global threat of PETN. Medal of Honor Warfighter is the only game that gives players a view into these real world events and lets them experience the action as it might have unfolded.
  • The Power of Frostbite 2 - Leveraging the power of the ground-breaking Frostbite 2 engine, Medal of Honor Warfighter delivers incredible video and audio fidelity to enhance the intensity of the battle and deliver this year's most authentic war experience.
  • War is Personal for the Entire Family -Medal of Honor Warfighter goes beyond the battlefield and reveals the heartbreaking side of war, told through the eyes of military families. With a story written by Operators from this community, Medal of Honor Warfighter unveils intimate insights into the sacrifices of the warriors on the ground - and their families.
  • National Pride Online with Global Tier 1 - Internationally, allied military forces also possess their own elite units with similar capabilities. With Medal of Honor Warfighter gamers can represent their nation's Tier 1 Operators on the global battlefield. For the first time, the Medal of Honor brand introduces multi-national Tier 1 blue-vs-blue team play where the world's best of the best warriors go head-to-head in combat. The game features 12 different Tier 1 units from a variety of nations including the British SAS, Australian SASR, German KSK and Polish GROM.
  • One Studio, One Vision - Developed by Danger Close Games in Los Angeles, California, Medal of Honor Warfighter sees the return of key development leads who helped reboot the multi-platinum hit in 2010. The core team is bolstered by industry veterans who hail from DICE, Treyarch and more. Together, this team is united behind a single vision for the game - authenticity, respect and honor for today's warfighters, with real emotion, real threats and a game designed to highlight the extraordinary nature of the material.
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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.

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Medal of Honor: Warfighter is a First-Person Shooter featuring covert Tier 1 military operative combat. The game is a sequel to the 2010 release, Medal of Honor, which moved the long-running game series from its roots in WWII based gameplay, into modern warfare scenarios and true-to-life conflicts. The single-player campaign features mission play involving returning characters "Mother," "Preacher," "Voodoo" and others in operations after their service in Afghanistan. Multiplayer modes include 2-20 player support in which players have the ability to play as one of 13 real special ops units, from 10 countries.

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Written by active US 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. The game is an up close and personal look at today's battlefield and the fight against the ongoing global terror threat.

In the single player campaign, Medal of Honor: Warfighter tells the story of US Tier 1 Operator, call sign "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 on missions to real world incursions to solve the problem. They take the fight to the enemy and do whatever it takes to protect their loved ones from harm.

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Choose from one of 13 international special forces units from 10 countries in multiplayer action.
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Multiplayer - Who Will You Fight For?

The international hotspots, and Tier 1 operations of the Medal of Honor: Warfighter single player campaign is ratcheted up even further in the game's multiplayer experience. Here players from around the country and world, band together and play as members of one of several, real-life, elite Tier-1 fighting forces from around the globe, bringing a whole new meaning to all-inclusive nature of online PC gaming. The factions available and their corresponding nationalities include:

  • SASR - Australia
  • JTF2 - Canada
  • KSK - Germany
  • FSK and HJK - Norway
  • GROM - Poland
  • Spetsnaz - Russia
  • UDT/Seals - South Korea
  • SSG/SIG - Sweden
  • SAS - United Kingdom
  • Seals, SFOD-D, and OGA (CIA SAD/SOG) - United States

System Requirements

Minimum
  • OS - Windows Vista SP1
  • CPU - 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo / 2.7 GHz Athlon X2
  • RAM - 2 GB RAM
  • DVD - DVD-ROM drive required for DVD installation only
  • Hard drive - At least 20 GB of free space
  • Video card - NVidia 8800 GTS 512 MB VRAM or better / ATI Radeon 3870 512 MB VRAM
  • DirectX - DirectX 10.1
  • Network - 1 Mbps DSL or faster Internet connection
Recommended
  • OS - Windows 7 SP1
  • CPU - 3 GHz Intel Core 2 Quad / 3 GHz AMD Phenom II X4
  • RAM - 4 GB RAM
  • DVD- DVD-ROM drive required for DVD installation only
  • Hard drive - At least 20 GB of free space
  • Video card - NVidia GTX 560 1024 MB VRAM or better / ATI Radeon 6950 1024 MB VRAM
  • DirectX - DirectX 11
  • Network - 1 Mbps DSL or faster Internet connection
  • Key Game Features

    • Dotted Line to Real World Events - From rescuing hostages in Abu Sayyaf's Basilan, Philippines stronghold to assaulting Al-Shabaab's "Pirate Town" on the Somali Coast, gamers step into the boots of Tier 1 Operators as they hunt down the global threat of PETN. Medal of Honor: Warfighter is the only game that gives players a view into these real world events and lets them experience the action as it might have unfolded.
    • The Power of Frostbite 2 - Leveraging the power of the groundbreaking Frostbite 2 engine, Medal of Honor: Warfighter delivers incredible video and audio fidelity to enhance the intensity of the battle and deliver this year's most authentic war experience.
    • War is Personal for the Entire Family - Medal of Honor: Warfighter goes beyond the battlefield and reveals the heartbreaking side of war, told through the eyes of military families. With a story written by Operators from this community, Medal of Honor: Warfighter unveils intimate insights into the sacrifices of the warriors on the ground - and their families.
    • One Studio, One Vision - Developed by Danger Close Games in Los Angeles, California, Medal of Honor: Warfighter sees the return of key development leads who helped reboot the multi-platinum hit in 2010. The core team is bolstered by industry veterans who hail from DICE, Treyarch and more. Together, this team is united behind a single vision for the game - authenticity, respect and honor for today's warfighters, with real emotion, real threats and a game designed to highlight the extraordinary nature of the material.
    • National Pride Online with Global Tier 1 - Internationally, allied military forces also possess their own elite units with similar capabilities. With Medal of Honor: Warfighter gamers can represent their nation's Tier 1 Operators on the global battlefield. For the first time, the Medal of Honor brand introduces multinational Tier 1 blue-Vs-blue team play where the world's best of the best warriors go head-to-head in combat. The game features 13 different Tier 1 units from a variety of nations including the British SAS, Australian SASR, German KSK and Polish GROM.

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    A wealth of weapons & vehicles.
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    Driving an open topped vehicle through a bombed out area in Medal of Honor: Warfighter
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    Product Details

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    • ASIN: B0050SZ0JI
    • Item Weight: 1 pounds
    • Media: Video Game
    • Release Date: October 23, 2012
    • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,834 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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    Top Customer Reviews

    I have never been so dissapointed in a game. I played it for 30 minutes and that was enough to put me off. The first thing I hated was the way it looked. The graphics sucked, it had that consolized look: Blurry, Grainy,pixelated, low-res look with the worst level of detail. (Similar to the one in Crysis 2). As for the actual gameplay, the linearity was unbearable and ridiculous. You couldn't make choices ,for example, when you have to knife the guard you can't progress if you don't do it. The repetition was annoying. The whole "breach the door slow motion crap" Shoot a few guys breach a door kill em, shoot a few guys ,breach a door kill em rinse and repeat... over and over again. I also hated the use of invisible walls...Such a primitive way of barring the way of the player. There was only one path that you could go through even if you wanted to take a ridiculous detour for example jumping out of a window to the street instead of having to go down a flight of stairs...Seriously? If it had been a 20 story drop I would understand that they would have barred it off to prevent the player from killing himself but it was a 1 foot drop come on...
    And lastly my team is damn useless. I can't even count the number of times I died and they just stood there. Useless team.

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    A pretty sorry excuse for an FPS in what has otherwise been a pretty good franchise. Took a little more than 6 hours to play through in the Normal difficulty single player mode - at least until I got to the ludicrous car racing game portion of the game. I was expecting to play an FPS but this car race through Dubai consumed a good hour of play time because of the clunky controls of a PC trying to drive a race car. If I'd wanted a car racing game I'd have bought a car racing game. The FPS play wasn't great but it wasn't horrible either. But I got locked into easy play mode when I lowered the difficulty to get through the stupid car racing and then all subsequent play was at the easy level.
    Frankly, I'm getting a little fed up with the game makers trying to combine arcade gaming, console gaming, and PC gaming into one deliverable product. They're losing me as customer with this type of game!
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    By s12dux on January 20, 2013
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    I play on PC and love this type of game just not this game it was ok but not good enough to play thru till the end like the old MOH games.
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    NOT WORTH what i paid for it. short game play. played it on 2 different modes and was not worth the price .fantasic graphics,vedio is great,game play good.game is worth about $29.99, NOT $59.99
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    This game was really good and I will play it again. It is a more playable then Black Ops 2, but lacks some of the thrills. However, for the price, and if you like war games, this is a great buy that I do receommend. I had no crash or technical problems with it and I have a 3 year old PC.
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    To be honest, I was looking forward to Warfighter. I bought the 2010 reboot during a sale, and while it didn't revolutionize first-person shooters, it had a competent multiplayer and a grounded campaign that took a look at what our troops were doing in Afghanistan. With DICE cut loose, it was Danger Close's turn to shine with Warfighter, a game they can wholly call their own, and I was excited to see what they could do. Unfortunately, it was a bit of a letdown, some of it not entirely Danger Close's fault.

    Preacher, Voodoo, Mother, and Dusty are back, and this time they're tasked to stop a global PETN attack led by a shadowy figure known as "the Cleric." Half of the story is told through flashbacks, with cutscenes in between missions that play out in the "present day." The plot's more action-oriented than the previous game, but it's rather confusing to follow as the flashbacks don't follow a chronological order; one mission will have you "six weeks earlier," the next will have you "one week earlier," then another mission puts you "three weeks earlier." It's easier to absorb if you play though the campaign a second time, but having to do so isn't a positive mark on the writing. There's also another story that plays in between missions dealing with the human side of a soldier. Between constant secrets and prolonged absence, Preacher finds himself on the verge of a divorce, and he's forced to choose between duty or family. I'm sure it will resonate with people currently in the armed forces, but for me it just felt flat. We just don't know much about Preacher. They could've given him some dialog, some idle banter, instead of making him yet another silent protagonist. It would have gone a long way to giving him some depth, so we can care about him as a character, rather than as a concept.
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    I enjoy playing Medal of Honor (2010) on the PS3, but am traditionally a PC gamer; therefore, when I saw this game on a Lightning Deal for $29.99, it wasn't a hard choice to purchase this franchise follow-up for the PC. Having played it for around 30 hours now, I feel like I can rate the product fairly.

    I see the 2 main competitors to this game as the Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises, but it never really lives up to either of them. Essentially, the game feels like a rehash of the 2010 iteration, but with smaller maps and some new gear. Call of Duty pulls off the rushing-around-like-a-headless-chicken with finesse, while Battlefield has multi-spectrum warfare figured out with a balanced game style that allows an individual to enjoy, and be rewarded for, each type of play style. Call of Duty's maps are small but well-balanced, with Battlefield's maps being trimmed in size dependent on what game type is being played; meanwhile, MoHW has very small maps that become linear when opened up. This doesn't allow for a varied play style and that results in nearly every round in multiplayer feeling like déjà vu.

    So after 30 hours I am just not into it anymore and have already gone back to Medal of Honor (2010), as it managed to pull off the Afghanistan maps very well, with some great firefights; good, balanced sniping; and, an overall feeling of reward when you finish playing, unlike this latest iteration.

    So unfortunately, unless you're a MoH diehard, I'd recommend saving your money for another game.
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