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After weeks of arguing, and defending artistic integrity, the Medal of Honor developers finally decided to take the word “Taliban” out of the multi-player portion of the game, replacing it with “opposing force”.
But despite the change, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service still plans to prohibit the sale of the title in military stores…
Either the internet has got so bored its started making its own jokes (or its own profound political statements), or this is just a happy accident. Get to the roflchopper etc.
Executive Producer Greg Goodrich revealed today that EA's Danger Close studio is currently working on the next Medal of Honor game. The 2010 franchise reboot received mixed critical and consumer reactions, but was a commercial success with over five million copies sold worldwide...
Fox News has run an extended feature on EA's decision to allow gamers to play as the Taliban in the multiplayer mode of Medal Of Honor. The network's Fox & Friends presenter described the game as "allowing players to play as The Taliban against the US, with the objective of gunning down American troops."
He then passed over to Karen Meredith, a Gold Star Mom whose son died in the Iraq War. She commented: "War is not a game, period. The fact that they've already done games about World War II... that's far removed from our current history, people aren't dying in World War 2 anymore.”…
EA has announced that Linkin Park song 'The Catalyst' will feature on Medal of Honor's in-game soundtrack. Not only that, but the song - which will be the first single from the band's new album - will also be used for a new Medal of Honor trailer. Listen with your ears and decide whether you think this is a good thing or a bad thing.
Players who buy Medal of Honor Limited Edition will receive a bit of help in multiplayer matches with exclusive access to the MP7 submachine gun and early access to shotguns. The announcement follows the release of a new multiplayer trailer that shows off a bit of gun porn...
I didn't like everything I experienced in the Medal of Honor multiplayer beta, but there'd be no point in having a beta if everyone thought the game was perfect. The giant focus group and I had a lot to say, and EA isn't brushing it off. Community Manager Matthew Pruitt responded yesterday on the PlayStation Blog with a list of adjustments and improvements that are underway. Hey, we do have a voice! Here's what multiplayer developer DICE has been working on, in Pruitt's words...
People who pre-ordered Medal of Honor for the PC or PS3 have been playing an online beta version of the game for a month now, but Xbox 360 users, who were supposed to have the same access, are just now getting into the fray...
Above: EA’s John Schappert knows that Medal of Honor won’t outsell CoD: Black Ops or Halo: Reach, but believes the publisher can take back a ‘leadership position’ in the FPS genre in a few years
You know it. Ice-T knows it. And it looks like Electronic Arts knows it, too. When speaking about the expected sales for Medal of Honor in a Q1 2011 earnings call, EA Chief Operating Officer John Schappert said, “I don’t expect to topple either Halo or CoD this year.”
We’ve played Kirby’s Epic Yarn, Medal of Honor, Sonic 4 and the upcoming Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare DLC, so we’ve got plenty to spill. Add to that, we've also got a quickie Need For Speed Hot: Pursuit interview and a stirring letter from the frontlines of Civilization V.
Wait there's more! Get ready for a ridiculous amount of clips featuring THE WORST audio atrocities gaming and the 90's have to offer, plus one of the frankest discussions on "game girl crushes" you’re likely to hear from a couple of grown men! TRY IT YOU MIGHT LIKE IT!
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