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Medal of Honor
Medal of Honor

PC | PlayStation 3 | Xbox 360
Genre: First Person Shooter
Developer: Electronic Arts Official Site: http://www.medalofhonor
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date:
14th October 2010
Medal of Honor

Genre: First Person Shooter
Developer: Electronic Arts
Official Site: http://www.medalofhonor
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date:
14th October 2010
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Wednesday, 29 February 2012
Post by Eorl @ 12:31pm 29/02/12 | 3 Comments
USAToday is reporting new information on EA's upcoming modern shooter reboot, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, with a revealed release date of October and a handful of back story.

Last week we saw a new logo appear around the Internet, showcasing a new title in the recent modern warfare series, Medal of Honor. Along with the logo came news that Danger Close would be using the Frostbite 2.0 engine, as well as developing the multiplayer themselves, unlike the previous title where DICE managed multiplayer.

The article goes into depth about the back story to this new title, and how there will be a more concentrated focus on "two Navy SEALS and members of AFO Team Neptune -- Preacher and Mother -- who appeared in the 2010 game that was set in modern-day Afghanistan."
While Warfighter is not based on an identifiable actual battle, he says, "It's focused on the threat of PETN (pentaerythritol tetranitrate), a nasty, nasty explosive that we have all been faced with over the last few years whether you realize it or not."

PETN was used by the 2001 shoe bomber Richard Reid and the 2009 "Underwear Bomber" and was found in printer toner cartridges bound for the U.S. in flights from Yemen in 2010. "It's a very real world threat that the guys are faced with keeping off our shores and out of our shopping malls and train stops," Goodrich says. "Every mission in the game has a dotted line to something that has been either inspired by actual events or has happened or is loosely based on something that has happened."
With more then two dozen Tier One operators helping Danger Close, could this title be a contender for realistic warfare?

Danger Close wouldn't comment on any multiplayer specifics, but did say they were "doing a lot of really cool things." Leave us a comment on whether you enjoyed the previous Medal of Honor title's Singleplayer and Multiplayer.

Medal of Honor: Warfighter will be available October 23rd this year, on Playstation 3, PC and Xbox 360. Stay tuned for more!
Friday, 24 February 2012
Post by Eorl @ 11:35am 24/02/12 | 7 Comments
According to Official Xbox Magazine it seems a new Medal of Honor title is in the works by Danger Close, titled Warfighter, that will be showcased on their April edition. This new title will be a follow up the reboot of the old franchise and is set to change up the pace of current modern FPS's. Apparently this new title will be using the latest Frostbite 2.0 engine, the same one used for Battlefield 3 and Need for Speed The Run.

Also being reported is that multiplayer is going to be handled in-house this time, unlike the previous Medal of Honor title that had DICE handle the mutliplayer. Will this title finally be the breakthrough that Medal of Honor needs to really sit itself among the modern FPS titles?

Currently there is only the one picture, a soldier that appears to not have as much beard as the previous Medal of Honor cover had. Leave us a comment on your thoughts, and if your still playing the current Medal of Honor as well.

Tuesday, 7 February 2012
Post by Eorl @ 12:59pm 07/02/12 | 6 Comments
NowGamer is reporting a rumour that Medal of Honour 2 might be seeing the light of day sometime this year, if what we are hearing is true.
The latest issue of PSM3 is touting details of "a mystery shooter sequel" in its next issue, which launches on 6 March. It will feature "an exclusive look at one of 2012's hottest shooters," reads the page.
Of course this is just a rumour, but if things are pointing to a new Medal of Honor, could we finally see a Call of Duty contender? The magazine shows a image of two bullets, suggesting some form of a sequel, and Medal of Honor is the only recently rebooted FPS to fit the bill.

A new title in the Call of Duty franchise has been rumoured to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, but there is no current word on that yet, and Activision has never revealed a title in a magazine as well as keeping title reveals until later in the year.

What is also interesting is that Danger Close might be using the new Frostbite 2.0 as their engine of choice, if the job listing on Gamasutra is to be believed. Guess we will just have to wait until the 6th of March to see what game PSM3 is revealing. Let us know in the comments below what you think of a new title in the Medal of Honor reboot.
Friday, 22 October 2010
Post by Dan @ 05:08pm 22/10/10 | 34 Comments
After a lot of hype and some serious marketing from EA that involved some prominent TV spots, Medal of Honor is now on store shelves for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The competition is fierce though and Medal of Honor enters an already densely occupied arena of first person shooters.

Many reported disappointment from the multiplayer beta tests but held on to hopes that the final product would address their issues -- in addition to the promise of a gritty singleplayer component. So does it stack up to expectations? Things aren't looking too good.

Find out why in our in-depth review.
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
Post by Dan @ 05:07pm 12/10/10 | 16 Comments
Activision and Electronic Arts have both somewhat redeemed their gaffes from earlier today, each with a new actually view-worthy trailers for their respective military shooters.

The latest trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops serves up a minute sampler of some of the no-doubt blockbuster-style action we can expect from the game's singleplayer component. Grab it right here from AusGamers.

While this new Medal of Honor trailer offers a more somber look at the realities of war, featuring an in-engine clip from the game overdubbed with a soldier's telephone message. Check that one out here on AusGamers.

The two flag-ship titles are poised to go head to head for the lucrative multiplayer shooter market this holiday season. Which one will you choose?

Call Of Duty: Black Ops "Singleplayer" Trailer

Medal of Honor "Phone Call" Trailer

Medal of Honor hits Australian shelves on October 14 2010, with Call of Duty: Black Ops following on November 9 - both on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Post by Dan @ 02:44pm 12/10/10 | 10 Comments
Ordinarily we'd only share news about the better trailers we get a hold of for new upcoming games, however it's slim-pickings today so I thought I'd share a couple of the shittier ones for a change.

A couple of new videos from two of the year's most anticipated titles -- competing flag-ship military shooters from Activision and Electronic Arts -- Call of Duty: Black Ops and Medal of Honor made their way online today as both games enter the final marketing pushes for what will no-doubt be a tough holiday season battle.

For Medal of Honor, EA want to let us know that Snoop Dog and a couple of other people you don't give a shit about have played the game. See if you can watch this EA House Calls video without cringing.

But Activision might have done one better with this teaser trailer, for a... trailer. That's right, watch this video to find out when they'll be releasing a new trailer promoting the game's singleplayer campaign during today's NFL match between the Vikings and the Jets on ESPN. If it's really exciting enough to warrant it's own teaser, let's hope we can check it out online asap.

Medal of Honor hits Australian shelves on October 14 2010, with Call of Duty: Black Ops following on November 9 - both on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Monday, 4 October 2010
Post by Dan @ 11:48am 04/10/10 | 21 Comments
In a response to the ludicrous mainstream press attention that Medal of Honor had been getting for it's completely overstated "feature" of giving players the opportunity of fighting for either the Coalition military or the terrorist Taliban forces, EA and developers DICE and Danger Close have now removed reference to the Taliban in the game.

Instead, players checking out the open beta test tomorrow or picking up the game at retail in a couple of weeks will instead be playing as and fighting against the "OPFOR" opposing forces. The change is reportedly only superficial and will not fundamentally affect the gameplay.

Here's the full statement from Executive Producer Greg Goodrich:
"In the past few months, we have received feedback from all over the world regarding the multiplayer portion of Medal of Honor. We've received notes from gamers, active military, and friends and family of servicemen and women currently deployed overseas. The majority of this feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. For this, the Medal of Honor team is deeply appreciative. However, we have also received feedback from friends and families of fallen soldiers who have expressed concern over the inclusion of the Taliban in the multiplayer portion of our game. This is a very important voice to the Medal of Honor team. This is a voice that has earned the right to be listened to. It is a voice that we care deeply about. Because of this, and because the heartbeat of Medal of Honor has always resided in the reverence for American and Allied soldiers, we have decided to rename the opposing team in Medal of Honor multiplayer from Taliban to Opposing Force.

While this change should not directly affect gamers, as it does not fundamentally alter the gameplay, we are making this change for the men and women serving in the military and for the families of those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice - this franchise will never willfully disrespect, intentionally or otherwise, your memory and service. To all who serve - we appreciate you, we thank you, and we do not take you for granted. And to the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines currently serving overseas, stay safe and come home soon."
Medal of Honor is due on October 14 in Australia for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Saturday, 2 October 2010
Post by Dan @ 12:40pm 02/10/10 | 25 Comments
DICE have released the open beta client for the multiplayer component of Medal of honor, EA's latest entry into the very competitive military first person shooter genre.

The 1.58GB game client can be found locally here on AusGamers files and offers a chance for any interested parties to check this one out on PC ahead of release in a couple of weeks.
Start Date: October 4 | End Date: October 7, 11:59 PDT

Grab your MREs and prepare to spend four days playing two new maps and modes for the multiplayer version of Medal of Honor. Anyone can download and play. All that is required is an EA Account when you launch the game and to accept the beta agreement.

If you already have the Medal of Honor Closed Beta game client (from this past June's Beta) installed on your machine, then uninstall that before installing the Open Beta game client.

In order to see pings in the server browser, you need to run the program as Administrator.

For the latest information on the game, please visit:
For Aussies, that translates to -- Start Date: October 5, End 06:00 October 8 AEST.

Medal of Honor is due for a simultaneous launch on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation on October 14 2010.
Monday, 27 September 2010
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:42pm 27/09/10 | 11 Comments
EA's Medal of Honor blog has revealed the system specs you'll need in order to run their Medal of Honor reboot, and what you should have to get it looking really good.

  • Operating System - Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7
  • Processor - Pentium D, 3.2GHz / Core 2 Duo, 2.0GHz / Athlon 64 X2
  • Memory - 2GB RAM
  • Video Card - Video card must be 256MB or more and contain these chipsets or better: NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GT ; ATI X1900. Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported. Updates to your video and sound card drivers may be required.
  • HDD Space - 9GB
    Soundcard - Soundcard with DirectX 9.0c compatibility
  • DirectX - DirectX 9.0c
  • Disc Drive - 8x or faster CD/DVD Drive
  • Operating System - Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7
  • Processor - QuadCore 2.0Ghz
  • Memory - 2GB RAM+
  • Video Card - A video card with 512MB of VRAM and one of the following chipsets: NVIDIA GeForce GTX260; ATI Raedeon 4870
  • HDD Space - 9GB
  • Soundcard - Soundcard with DirectX 10 compatibility
  • DirectX - DirectX 10
  • Disc Drive - 16X CD/DVD Drive
Sounds like they're making sure the game will still run on older machines which is good.
Tuesday, 3 August 2010
Post by Dan @ 10:46am 03/08/10 | 8 Comments
EA have released the recently promised music video collaboration with pop-rockers Linkin Park promoting the upcoming Medal of Honor and while the song itself might not seem all that appropriate for the visuals, there is some new in-game footage to be found spliced in with the live-action film sequences.

For more of that bearded guy with the Oakley shades in both real-life and in-game form, check out this "Linkin Park - Catalyst" video, you might want to play some of your own, more fitting music over the top of it though.

Medal of Honor is due October 15 2010 on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Monday, 2 August 2010
Post by trog @ 02:36pm 02/08/10 | 10 Comments
This brand new press release from EA threw us a bit; it basically includes the first official confirmation (that we've seen, anyway) that Battlefield 3 is currently in development, in the form of promising it to you if you buy the limited edition of Medal of Honor. There's no other information (other than MOH stuff), but here's what they say:
Want to be among the first to get hands-on with Battlefield 3? If you own Medal of Honor Limited Edition you will receive an invitation to the Battlefield 3 beta within 12-months following the release of Medal of Honor.
It's also up on the EA beta site. An interesting tactic; bribing you with beta access to a game that will no doubt be hugely anticipated, but only if you buy one that is slightly less than anticipated!
Thursday, 15 July 2010
Post by Dan @ 01:40pm 15/07/10 | 15 Comments
EA Australia sends word, re-confirming an October 14th 2010 release date and detailing the contents of the expected "limited edition" release of their upcoming Medal of Honor first person shooter.
The Limited Edition version of Medal of Honor will grant players exclusive access to the MP7, a unique weapon utilized by Tier 1 Operators in the field. Limited Edition owners will also benefit from day-one access to the TOZ-194 and 870MC2 shotguns, while others must rank up to secure these weapon unlocks. Gamers can pre-order the Limited Edition now at www.medalofhonor.com at no additional cost.
EA have been doing a lot of this kind of thing lately to encourage pre-orders and using single-redeem DLC codes in the retail box to discourage re-sale. What does everyone think, is giving pre-order customers a couple of extra weapons a reasonable strategy?

Check out the limited edition trailer for a look at these weapons in action.

Medal of Honor hits Australian shelves for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on October 14 2010.

Friday, 7 May 2010
Post by trog @ 11:21am 07/05/10 | 1 Comments
The Medal of Honor trailer we mentioned is now available for public consumption. It's less than two minutes and mostly looks like in-game cut scene action, but it sets the scene for the no doubt violent and bloody action with a phone call from a deployed Ranger to his wife and kid back home.

You can watch or download (69.8mb) the trailer now directly from AusGamers, or watch it embedded below.

Thursday, 6 May 2010
Post by trog @ 01:56pm 06/05/10 | 4 Comments
One thing I always trust EA on is release dates - whether or not the game is finished, you can feel confident that it will be on shelves when they said it would be. And thanks to a new press release from EA, we now know when the next Medal of Honor game is coming - October 14, 2010.

There's a new trailer on the official site for the game at http://www.medalofhonor.com, but it's behind an age gate and you need an EA login to watch it. Hopefully we can mirror it later. Our game page has some other information and screenshots.