Medal Of Honor Warfighter – PC

Medal Of Honor Warfighter - PC

Upon completing Medal of Honor: Warfighter’s campaign, you are met with a heartfelt dedication impressing upon you the heroism of the men in uniform the game depicts. The attempt at sincere emotion is commendable–but it rings hollow, coming as it does at the end of a bog-standard military shooter that celebrates the killing of hundreds. The battlefield fantasy itself offers a few surprises, but they’re crowded out of your psyche by the indifferent hours of shooting and military chatter that surround them.
“Linear.” The word is commonly used to identify any number of shooters that usher you along a narrow path, interrupting your progress with a bit of sniping, the shooting of a turret, or an explosion-heavy cutscene. Warfighter’s issue isn’t that it fits this common modern-day shooter template, but that developer Danger Close doesn’t use the linearity to the game’s benefit. By directing the experience so tightly, a developer can build momentum, giving the action an arc that develops tension and ultimately reaches a zenith. When a game intends to be a playable action film, as so many do, managing that arc is key to delivering a memorable experience.

Medal of Honor: Warfighter doesn’t craft such an arc, and thus feels more like a pastiche of shooter tropes than a self-contained experience with its own identity. Yet there’s something worthy here–the glimmer of a Medal of Honor that might yet hew its own path if the right elements are cultivated. The basic shooting and movement models are a good start, not because the guns are that remarkable, but because there’s a sense of weight to your sprints and your leaps. You’re given the ability to take cover and lean or peek before taking aim, lest you get pelted with lead; at times, this encourages you to consider your surroundings and preserve your own well-being rather than rush forward, spraying the room with bullets.

The shooting is occasionally put to good use, too, such as in a noisy showdown during a raging rainstorm, the palm trees waving and bending in response to the heaving winds. Other levels are just as visually impressive, like an on-rails boat shootout during which fires rage and floating debris threatens to ram you. Elsewhere, you use the blazing shine of your enemies’ flashlights as beacons for your violence in various locales.


 
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55 Comments on "Medal Of Honor Warfighter – PC"

  1. beg21 April 11, 2016 at 07:10 - Reply

    it works fine. thx drarbg. will the pool update coming soon?

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