Medal of Honor: Warfighter Campaign Review
Medal of Honor: Warfighter is EA’s newest masterpiece and after completing the campaign, this fan can honestly say it’s the best storyline a game has to offer. The way all of the soldiers are connected, the real like feel of the missions as you complete them, and the emotions this game tugs at makes it what can only be described as a ‘perfect campaign’. It was already known that the storyline was going to be something to recognize since the missions follow real places of conflict and simulated events that have taken place but EA really made a statement with Warfighter.
One of the most basic things that people expect to be great with a new game is the graphics, and part of Medal of Honor: Warfighter being perfect is the way that the graphics were done. During the last cinematic, not only was it impossible to look away, but I had to actually convince myself that it wasn’t recorded with real people and made in to a game cinematic. I may be alone in this, but the fact that I actually felt sadness and honor at the end of a video game, means that it has earned a permanent spot on my shelf. When certain moments in this game take place, you feel like you’re an actual soldier on the battlefield with the sound effects, reactions, and the AI is some of the best that has been seen in games for a while.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter does not have the reputation of a Battlefield, or Call of Duty title, but if gamers would give this game some hype as much as those, it would surpass them in a matter of weeks. Warfighter has gotten rid of any doubts I may have had about EA in the past and has put them right back up with some of the other favorite developers of this time. You guys knocked this one out of the park and I only hope that they follow suit in all of the other games to come.