Archive for posts tagged: Medal of Honor

Medal Of Honor: Warfighter – Empathy and Hypocrisy


There’s been a trend happening in modern shooters where games, like Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, have attempted to capture the home lives of the soldiers whose roles you take for anywhere between 5 – 10 hours. You’re supposed to empathise with these troops who, at a moment’s notice, could be whisked off to the other side of the world to undergo life-threatening missions in order to save the day or oil or secrets or weapons. Some of us do feel a tinge of sadness or understanding. And some of us want to vomit. Read More »

Is Medal of Honor Warfighter the Most Realistic Shooter Ever?


Thirteen years ago, the Medal of Honor series was born with authenticity and respect for the soldier at it’s very core. Then something happened. The military ‘bro shooter’ shot to popularity and games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare took a much more Hollywood-styled approach to its gameplay. Cut back to 2012 and Danger Close want to relive the good old days with Medal of Honor Warfighter. They want to create the most authentic and realistic shooter ever. Read More »

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