No Medal Of Honor Demo, Army "Surprised" At Multiplayer
If you're still on the fence concerning a Medal of Honor purchase, you'd probably look for a demo before the game arrives.
But unfortunately, that won't happen. According to an update on the official Medal of Honor forums, DICE associate producer Barrie Tingle (known as Bazajaytee), no demo will be released before the highly anticipated shooter hits store shelves next week. The update was short and to the point- "Just got confirmation, there will be no Demo before launch of MoH." However, we have heard that a multiplayer demo should be available at some point and remember, that update came from a UK site, so...who knows what might happen? By the way, the Taliban controversy continues, as we learn the U.S. Army was surprised at the multiplaye issue. Why? It seems military consultants never even saw the multiplayer mode until August, although if any of them had been gamers, wouldn't they have made the assumption...? Two sides in a typical multiplayer battle; one side has to be the Americans and the other side has to be the Taliban. Yes? But anyway, the controversy continues, even after EA opted to remove the Taliban reference from the multiplayer action.
The final question will be whether or not the game is worthy of the demanding shooter fan, and whether or not it can compete with Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops this holiday season. Guess we'll have to wait and see...should be interesting.
Related Game(s): Medal of Honor
10/4/2010 9:10:10 PM John Shepard