Due to be released in October but will probably be pushed back. MOH 2010 was decent, so we’ll see if this ends up as Battlefield’s C Grade cousin again.
play for campaign
I loved the game even with it’s flaws still have it
I’m gonna have to buy it back to get the trophies for this PSN account.
Like you guys always say…. Friggin awesome!
loved the first one cant see why it was slated so much defo be getting this
Danger Close uses the frostbite engine on this, so it probable will look a lot like BF I guess.
The campaign was really good but the multiplayer was pretty average.
I enjoyed the multiplayer, looked similar to BF3
Never bothered with the last one. Not sure I will this time, unless it’s something pretty special.
Right now at my store MOH is £6, it’s worth playing bro.
If you guys gonna play this i’ll join in…lol
Might see if I can pick it up cheap at Game before they go bust. Heard they might not last until the end of the month yesterday :O
The campaign in the first one was one of the best SP campaigns I’ve played in an FPS. Yes, it was linear as hell, but the fact that it was based on actual true events (Operation Anaconda) is what made it special IMO.
It was so good that it actually lead me to read the books Roberts Ridge and Not a Good Day to Die. Roberts Ridge focused on the soldiers that fought on the Shiakot Mountain trying to rescue the soldier that fell out of the Chinook, and Not a Good Day to Die is more of a general overview of the entire operation. Both very well recommended reading.
Looking forward to the SP in Warfighter if they base it on true events again but as I’m not too interested in the MP it looks like this will be a rental only from me.
I bought back MOH today, recently read my old review I did when it was first released, made me wanna play it.
Plus I can get trophies from Campaign lol
If you need help…Just give a call!
Just picked it up on eBay. Brand new, £7.
I’m looking foward to some more footage of warfighter.
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