I guess most of you must have heard about a new Medal of Honor installment that's ready to pop out real soon...and so far, it looks really really promising to me, I am kinda looking forward to it. It's about time CoD gets some competition, as it will give us gaming and modern military fans more to savor on :)
Here's the trailer to the game:
Supposedly, MoH aims to balance realism and playability, and they seem to work pretty hard on the realism part...such as having character models hold their guns that matches their unit (different branches hold guns differently), and having SEAL members talk about their missions for the game. We would play as a Tier 1 operative in Afghanistan, which would mean pretty awesome action to boot.
Gamespot recently did a "first impressions" on the game, and you can check it out here.
Also, Infinity Ward is going through a pretty rough patch now...the president/game director and CEO (Jason West and Vince Zampella respectively) of IW (who moved over from MoH to make CoD) got fired by Activision just before they were to receive their royalties from CoD:MW2, and now they are embroiled in a legal dispute with Activision. In general, this may spell bad news for fans expecting a great CoD:MW 3 sequel, since the 2 guys did setup the company and probably contributed quite a lot to the running of IW...IW would never be the same without them on board. If you're interested, the article can be found here.
Speaking of shooters, has anyone played Bad Company 2 yet?