Posts Tagged ‘danger close’

TaliBAM: Medal Of Honor Launch Trailer

By Quintin Smith on October 12th, 2010.

I fired a real gun once but it was dreadfully loud.

Oh snap. Us Europeans might be getting Gothic 4 first, but the Americans get Medal of Honor first. It’s out today in North America, Thursday in mainland Europe and Australia, and Friday in the UK. I wonder if this news is also upsetting to that one Mexican reader, and will cause him to throw his huevos rancheros out of the window in a rage. Maybe I’m being unfair to him. Maybe he’s quite restrained.

Wot John Thinks of Medal of Honor will be hitting this very site when the review embargo lifts at 2pm, GMT. Until then, feast your eyes and whatever gland it is that produces testosterone on the launch trailer below.
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Medal Of Honour Renames Taliban Team

By Quintin Smith on October 4th, 2010.

Know what I'd love to play? Medal of Dishonour. I think that'd be fun.

Apropos of what Medal of Honour developers Danger Close are calling “Feedback from friends and families of fallen soldiers,” (as opposed to feedback from all over the place) the side fighting the US Army in the game’s multiplayer is being renamed from Taliban to Oppposing Force. Executive Producer Greg Goodwich went on to say that there would be no changes to the multiplayer itself, meaning the character models are staying unchanged and IEDs will remain a weapon of choice. Full statement after the jump.
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Afghan Wig-Out: Medal Of Honor Beta

By Alec Meer on September 24th, 2010.

I’m not sure what the fine array of gentlemen, gentlewomen and gentleothers who frequent this site of ours think of EA’s upcoming Medal of Honor reboot. However, you may put your opinion, whatever it is, to the test in ten days’ time. On October 4th, EA are holding a three-day open beta for their Call of Duty rival. They appear to have two intentions:

1) To make you buy the game
2) To clear up “any misunderstanding about the patriotism”
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