Medal of Honor Limited Edition

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Medal of Honor Limited Edition

Post  EVANdersar on Wed Oct 13, 2010 4:49 pm

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Cerinte minime de sistem:

-Sistem de operare: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
-Procesor: Pentium D 3,0 GHz / Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz / Athlon X2
-Memorie RAM: 2GB
-Placa grafica : GeForce 7800 GT / ATI X1900, cu memorie minima: 256MB

Editia limitata contine:

1. Acces rapid la beta-ul Battlefield 3 (ce va incepe in maximum 1 an de la lansarea Medal of Honor)
2. Acces exclusiv la MP7
3. Acces instant la pustile TOZ194 si 870MCS (jucatorii cu editia standard trebuie sa o deblocheze jucand si crescand in rang)
4. Skinuri exclusive Special Ops

Medal of Honor is a first-person shooter video game in the Medal of Honor series, developed by Danger Close, a team within the EA Los Angeles studio, and DICE, released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on October 12, 2010. The game is a reboot of the series, taking place during the ongoing War in Afghanistan.

Medal of Honor's single-player campaign uses a heavily-modified version of Unreal Engine 3, and its multiplayer uses the Frostbite Engine. The game uses dedicated servers for PC, as can be found in the open beta, and is likely to use dedicated console servers. It is the first game in the Medal of Honor series to receive an M rating from the ESRB.

As a first-person shooter, Medal of Honor features modern military combat, primarily from the perspective of infantry soldiers. The player will be armed with various authentic modern military small arms and placed in combat designed to simulate modern warfare.

The gameplay is designed to be realistic, and to this end EA has hired several consultants from the United States military. Typical in-game objectives are expected to be similar to those issued in real life such as raiding terrorist hideouts, hostage rescues and undercover operations. The single player is set to include drivable vehicles such as helicopters, jeeps, bikes, and ATV's.

The gameplay uses recharging health, rather than fixed health points. If the player is wounded, the screen turns red, and the player must avoid taking damage for several seconds to return to full health.

The game features iron sights as well as red dot sights and other aiming accessories. The player will shoot much more accurately while using the weapon's sights than when firing from the hip.

Medal of Honor will feature a single-player campaign that takes place in 2002, in which the player will control multiple characters from both the “Tier 1” and “Big Military” perspectives. The storyline will follow several "Tier One Operators" working under the National Command Authority in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. Players will also play as a US Army Ranger and an Apache helicopter gunner, fighting on a larger scale than the "Tier 1 Ops" campaign, as players will then only be a small part of the "war machine". The campaign will be heavily weighted (with regards to playtime) in favor of the Tier 1 operators.

Medal of Honor's multiplayer is being developed by EA Digital Illusions CE. Multiplayer is class based, with three classes available - Rifleman, Special Ops, and Sniper. Each class has its own set of weapons. The player earns experience during gameplay to level up and unlock additional weapons and weapon accessories. For example, at the start of the game the sniper class does not have a scope available, and the player must reach level 3 to unlock a combat scope.

If a player earns a certain amount of points before dying, called a scorechain, he or she earns a choice of an offensive support action such as a mortar strike or missile attack or a defensive support action such as intel or ammo. The player is not limited to one special weapon per life and can earn them continuously.

Gameplay features two opposing sides, the Coalition against the Opposing Forces. The Coalition troops use American equipment such as the M16A4, while the Opposing Forces represent Taliban forces and use according equipment such as the AK-47. Each weapon is designed to have an exact equivalent on both teams.

Medal of Honor has received generally mixed to positive review scores. Gameinformer magazine awarded it a 7 out of 10. Eurogamer acknowledged that Medal of Honor "has a solid multiplayer accessory that owes a lot to Bad Company 2", and gave it an 8/10 . The Sixthaxis stated that the "real star appears to be the multiplayer" and that "shooter fans will find enough to enjoy" and awarded it an 8/10.

Joystiq commended the singleplayer experience but faulted the game's graphical power: "The framerate is shaky, and the lackluster texture work certainly doesn't help", stating that the singleplayer is ultimately enjoyable. However, Joystiq states that the game's "initial impressions coupled with the obvious lack of features give me little reason to abandon Call of Duty's multiplayer offerings.", and gives it a 4 stars out of 5. However, Game Informer magazine reports that as a result of the mediocre to average reviews of the game, EA's stock dropped 6% on release day. "According to Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter, "Shares [are] down because apparently some investors are disappointed by these early reviews.