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Medal Of Honor: Limited Edition

Released on 15 October 2010

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

3.0 out of 5 (124 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Operating under the National Command Authority, a relatively unknown entity of handpicked warriors is called on when the mission must not fail. They are the Tier 1 Operators. There are more than 2 million Americans who proudly wear the uniform, of which some 50,000 fall under the Special Operations Command. The Tier 1 Operator functions on a plane above and beyond even this select group. Their exact numbers, while classified, are believed to be in the low hundreds. They are living, breathing, precision instruments of war. They are experts in the application of violence.

Medal of Honor's gritty single-player campaign is inspired by and developed with actual Tier 1 Operators, and gives you the unique ability to step into their boots. Utilize the surgical skill set of these elite warriors -- in combination with the overwhelming force of the U.S. Army Rangers - to infiltrate enemy-held territories in the unforgiving battlefield conditions of Afghanistan. This unparalleled experience offers the most authentic and relevant combat to date.

Getting back to the core of heart-pounding, all-out action, Medal of Honor multiplayer plays out in close quarters where the individual player's skill is the most important tool for survival. Two teams of up to twelve players battle against one another on eight custom maps in the unforgiving mountains, valleys, and cities of Afghanistan. The unique game modes feature modern-day vehicles, realistic destruction, plus a weapon customization system that grants you access to hundreds of combinations of mods. When the battle is over, see how you stack up against other players on the game's skill-specific leaderboards.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

  • Limited Edition Includes:
  • PS3 exclusive: Full "Medal Of Honor: Frontline" game. Available on PS3 for the very first time, Frontline has been completely remastered in HD with improved graphics, and all of the heart-wrenching battles of the original game. Medal of Honor: Frontline will be accessible from the Medal Of Honor main menu.
  • MP-7: Exclusively in the Limited Edition, is a weapon utilized by Tier 1 Operators in the field. With its light weight, high rate of fire as well as its ability to penetrate body armor, the MP7 handles like a pistol yet allows targets to be engaged like a rifle
  • TOZ194 and 870MCS Shotguns and Slugs: Get instant access to these two devastating shotguns and more powerful ammo for close-range fights
  • Spec Ops class camouflage: Players can don this unique camouflage to help them disappear into the environment as well as distinguish themselves from the other standard grunts

customer Reviews

 Average rating (124 reviews)

 Reviewing the BETA...

| | See all colmPS3's reviews (1)

I have only played the beta, of which i have only clocked up 3 1/2 hours play.

However, even with my limited time on the game i have come across a variety of experiences, some good, some not so good... i say again, always remembering this is a beta, and will not necessarily reflect the finished product.

The good:

The game works on a great engine, as many have pointed out, it is not a brand new engine, but as i have played BFBC2 for over 100 hours, i am very familiar with the system.
Saying that, MOH has had a few tweaks, and these are only really noticable in the knifing button layout and animation, and what seems to be a smoother, faster paced movement style. More along the likes of Modern warfare 2.

The guns are great, and reward system seems well thought out.

The killstreaks are a nice touch, and with the option to choose between two at each tier, it provides a tactical gameplay element.

I have played many Call of dutys, which this game will inevietably be compared to highly, and rightly so, in regard to it being the the most popular FPS franchise. And i have personally played mw2 for over 7 days... how the time flys. I am a FPS fan, and think this game has alot to offer to the casual and experienced gamer.

It has progressed nicely in regard to multiplayer experience, from BC2, and benifitted with elements of MW2, in what i am finding to be an almost perfect blend.

The not so good:

Muzzle flash, that makes people hard to see when firing a gun directly at you at times.
And the invisble people that seem to be effected by frame rate or perhaps loading issues.

As i have stated, BETA, i fully expect these issues to be fixed upon release!
MOH is a differant breed, and people should keep this i mind, please stay objective, and just enjoy this game for what it is. A very enjoyable, shooter, with skill being slightly more important to success, which is nice to have back after mw2.

Great Game... Day one Buy

 Why have I been bothering with Black Ops?

| | See all phil316's reviews (2)

I have been a loyal COD fan until BLack Ops, but I'm not anymore, Black Ops has been sold and I replaced it with this.
Medal OF Honor multiplayer is excellent, very realistic, more of a grown up game, and the controls mirror COD so its easy to pick up. Sure there are less guns and maps than COD but they are all very good and game play is fast and very slick. I have never lost a connection to the servers, or had any glitches so far.

 close but no cigar

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Top 100 Toys Reviewer

this is receiving very mixed reviews.
ign tore it apart.
i can hand on heart say that this is by far one of the best shooters i have played of late.
sure the single player is short and a little glitchy,but imho its not bad at all.
some nice firefights and some great on rails shooting sections.
kind of weird as to why they chose to use two developers for this game.
danger close for the singe player using the unreal engine.this is looking a little old now but for the best part it holds the game together.

taking over the multiplayer is dice.
this is a completely differnt beast.not quite up there bad company but some really nice modes and ranking system.my only gripe is that its kill or be killed on multiplayer.
added bonus for ps3 owners is the hd version of frontline
safe to say its no cod killer but fun for now

 Way too short.

| | See all grumpyrich's reviews (1)

This game is too short. So short I feel ripped off. So ripped off I am writing this review. Save your money and buy COD Black Ops or Battlefield Bad Company 2. This game has so many glitches you have re-play a level or a chapter just to get past them. Your team do not die but in one part I lost a man and was unable to continue. 4 re-plays later he turns up. Then in another part near the end, my buddy fails to enter a tunnel. " Follow me" hes says and then just stands there. 8 times re-play to get past that bit. Next thing I know, the credits are rolling. What a rip-off. You should not have to rely on multiplay to make a game.

 Nothing new here, EA have failed again

| | See all Johnboy84's reviews (35)

Well to put it simply, its another battlefield bad company game but with many faults. The medal of honor series was always on par with call of duty until modern warfare so why EA had to take this path i dont know. To me it was a bad choice as rather than making something different its just copied another game therefore it seems a rip off, Bad company 2 was a very good game but this is just a lazy copy. The story mode is very short and never seemed to keep me glued and generally felt very average from the very start. Its a very good looking game with great looking maps and scenery but also has many online multiplayer faults. Theres a short pause every time you get killed, grenade throwing sometimes freezes for a second, lots of lag, theres various parts of the map that look like you can walk through but cant. The maps arnt all that well thought out either, you can spawn and be dead within two steps either from snipers on the other side of the map or campers sitting in your teams spawing areas which can leave you pulling your hair out. And with all these faults (and im sure theres more i havnt thought of) there is just no flow to the online play.
This is a typical EA money maker imo, alot of corners were cut. I'll give it two stars though for the fact that the battlefield games are quality and the ideas for a good game are there but i hope the next installment will be greatly improved and make the medal of honor series unique rather than a bad company 2 spin off.

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Rating18+ (BBFC)