Medal of Honor Leaves a Message After the Tone


Electronic Arts really hits home with the trailers for its reboot of the Medal of Honor first-person shooter game.

EA consulted with Tier 1 Operators from US Special Operations Command in developing the game, which is scheduled for release on October 12th. You can see a trailer with more action over at Gamespot.

  • ding

    that sounds too familiar, out of Blawk Hawk Down when Randy Shughart leaves a message for his wife and it the last words he says to her, probably ground that should not be tread in a video game.

    • Danny

      Keep in mind, games can be a very effective way to get across a point, a feeling. Just because it may be a video game, that does not make it any less influential or serious than, say, a movie. It’s the intent, the message that matters, and I’m sure the game designers will hold true to that idea :)

  • CPL Criger

    WOW….. Im Lost For Words….

    • Fell out of bed flieeng down. This has brightened my day!

  • Drew

    I concur with Danny, video games aren’t JUST entertainment. Some games have a very flowing, emotional, and in-depth story line(if one cares enough to slow down for it). Modern Warfare 2, running down the streets of a U.S. neighborhood, and watching the WH burn was a pretty good, “Holy ****”, emotion evoker. I think they did a good job with that, it makes one sit back and go, damn, this may be a video game, but Wow.