Marine Kyle Carpenter had a big day at the White House last Thursday. Not only did President Obama award him the Medal of Honor for using his body to shield another Marine from an explosion in Helmand Province in 2010, he ran into rock legend Dave Grohl roaming the halls of the White House. +Continue Reading
Medal of Honor: Warfighter players can let their online opponents know that they support the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (and rights of Navy SEALs who are just looking to supplement their income) with a FREE Project HONOR Eagle icon and access to free HONOR camo weapon skins., courtesy of our friends at GovX. You can only get one of the free limited unlock codes until tomorrow (November 13th) unless they run out before then. Click here for your code.
EA’s Project HONOR campaign is dedicated to raising awareness and generating charitable contributions for fallen warriors from the Special Operations Community in honor of the sacrifices they and their families have made for their country. +Continue Reading
If you’ve got an Xbox 360, you can download the Multiplayer Beta version of Medal of Honor Warfighter now well in advance of the games October 23rd street date. Senior designer Daniel Wiksten gives details in the announcement trailer embedded below but offers no clues as to whether he worked closely with No Easy Day author “Mark Owen.”
Now the LA Times quotes a source that says Bissonette’s post-retirement consulting firm Silent R has been working with Electronic Arts on the upcoming Medal of Honor: Warfighter game. If you’re making a game that recreates Tier One operative missions, there’s not much more Tier One than the Abbottabad raid.
We’re still awaiting comment from the guys at OPSEC Education Fund about possible leaked information in the book or the game.
Apparently, Medal of Honor Warfighter’s commitment to realism includes the opportunity to have a phone fight with your spouse just before she gets killed in an attack that looks a lot like the 2004 Madrid rail bombings.Then you get to take out the bad guys with whatever mix of guilt and vengeance that best fits your psychological profile.
This new campaign trailer introduces us to Preacher, who’s texting on a device that looks like an iPhone and remembering an argument with a woman who sounds like his wife. Preacher’s walking through the Madrid station to pick up his family when he spots a terrorist, then boom, then hospital, then wedding ring, then suit up for ass kicking. +Continue Reading
After all the nice things we said about Medal of Honor: Warfighter, we’re a little disappointed that we don’t get a pull quote in the new multiplayer Fire Team trailer. Once you get past our hurt feelings, you gotta admit this Tungawan jungle setting in the Philippines looks pretty killer. Warfighter comes out October 23rd.
If our interview with Medal of Honor: Warfighter Executive Producer Greg Goodrich convinced you to buy the game (it should have), you should check out a special offer that EA has set up to promote ‘Project HONOR,’ a program dedicated to raising awareness and generating charitable contributions for fallen warriors from the Special Operations Community in honor of the sacrifices they and their families have made for their country. +Continue Reading
All of you with short attention spans need to focus here because we’re going to talk about Medal of Honor: Warfighter and get into some gray and not-so-gray areas about war gaming. One of the coolest things we saw at E3 last week was the preview version of the new game but not everyone in the media understands how awesome Warfighter should be when it hits stores in October.
The backstory for you newcomers: Medal of Honor was originally a sort-of-square WWII game inspired by Steven Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan. It got a modern Afghanistan-set reboot in 2010. Warfighter continues that theme but adds 12 different Tier One units from 10 different countries to the multiplayer version. +Continue Reading
There’s been a lotta hype about the upcoming Medal of Honor: Warfighter game (available October 23rd), and rightly so. It really does look like it’s going to be a visually stunning game. Until technology advances to the point a game can afflict your other senses, with the grit of sand in your rack to the smell of burn-shitter smoke and that piquant mix of JP8 and diesel, then visuals are all we’ll have. Frostbite 2 damn sure delivers on that score.