Medal of Honor 2010

  • Medal of Honor 2010
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Based on 37 scores, 44 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    4
  • Good:
    13
  • Average:
    10
  • Bad:
    10

Pros:

  • Many rousing and immersive singleplayer missions.
  • The harsh Afghan countryside in the campaign is beautiful.
  • Multiplayer amalgamates several familiar and appealing elements from other games.

Cons:

  • Deliberate avoidance of controversial narrative elements is plainly evident.
  • Online play could prove difficult and frustrating for new players.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on

Folks looking to enjoy Medal of Honor on high quality settings at a mild resolution such as 1680x1050 can get by with affordable mid-range graphics cards like the Radeon HD 5770 or GeForce GTS 450. We were surprised at how well previous generation gra...

By ITP.net on 100

Medal of Honor offers plenty of action in both its single- and multi-player modes. There are a few weak areas but there’s no denying it is a marked improvement over its predecessors....

By theglobeandmail.com on 63

Fun manages to outweigh frustration in this flawed and controversial modern military shooter. Gamers expecting one of the great military shooters of 2010 might be let down, too. Though the campaign has many stirring moments – desperate retreats,...

By Atomic MPC on 75

A disappointing reboot with some shining moments....

By V3.co.uk on 60

Medal of Honor ends up feeling very similar to many other games of this type Good Points Enjoyable multiplayer mode Bad Points Short single-player campaign; the Afghan setting may not be to everyone’s taste...

By TechTree on 70

Expert Review (This review takes into account only the single player and not the multiplayer aspect of the game)The First Person Shooter genre or 'FPS', as it is popularly called by gamers, has unfortunately reached a point where every new game...

By PC Pro on 50

A bland and soulless on-rails shooter that completely fails to live up to its own hype...

By thestar.com.my on 60

Medal of Honor falls short of its lofty ambition to dethrone Modern Warfare. The single-player campaign is flawed in many ways and doesn't deliver a great experience. Clearly, many of the missions - like riding an ATV or shooting from a ­helicopter -...

By DarkZero on 70

Published October 27th 2010. Written by Dominic Sheard. The first person shooter genre is has always been a crowded market. Lately the newest scenarios for fire-fights seem to be based around present day warfare. Even though there have been games...

By TechSmart.co.za on

Medal of Honor ticks all the boxes when it comes to the modern FPS recipe, it has all the sequences you'd expect, missile targeting, sniping, scripted melee sequences and all that jazz but somehow it just ends up feeling unoriginal. It's not a...

By Gamers Daily News on 80

Medal of Honor was released this past week, as gamers everywhere were waiting to purchase their copies at their local game shops. I personally went down to my local GameStop the day before, just to see if they would have a copy available during their...

By Techgage on

At the same time, Medal of Honor could only be more linear if the entire game took place in a single hallway. There are very rare occasions when you are allowed to choose between two paths, even if both seem totally accessible. You'll run into many...

By NZGamer on 81

Despite the name, this Medal of Honor is in fact the sixth game in the series to be released on PC (including two expansions) with countless spinoff titles having also been released on consoles. Unlike previous games, however, this particular title...

By Tech Olive on 70

Despite being a bit late in jumping on the whole modern-warfare-series-reboot bandwagon, Medal of Honor aims to make modern war as authentic and realistic as possible, but did EA pull it off? Or did they spend too much time trying to top the modern...

By T3 Magazine on 80

On Xbox Live and PSN, two Superpowers are fighting it out for supremacy in the online warfare theatre. But which one is winning the battle for new recruits - Battlefield or Call of Duty? Well, in truth, they're not even fighting the same war....

By Total Video Games on 80

Really, the biggest thing letting down Medal of Honor is its lack of originality. This may irk the discerning gamer, who's concerned that the art form is being strangled by disreputable franchise clones, but if you're the sort of gamer who couldn't...

By GameZone on 70

Medal of Honor deserves respect. It single-handedly launched the WWII-shooter craze 11 years ago, hooked PC gamers with Allied Assault, invigorated console shooters with Frontline, and then, tumbled into irrelevance. Trading Nazis for the Taliban,...

By ign.com on 65

Medal of Honor's real problem may be Danger Close's inability to commit to a particular direction for the game. Swinging wildly between the horrors and danger of war and unrealistic action movie moments and hampered by a surplus of boring scripted...

By Gaming Nexus on 69

The original Medal of Honor was one of the games I was addicted to and I remember spending many hours online with it. It was THE game I played before Call of Duty came out, and it’s been a long time since I’ve played a game in the series. I was...

By GameSpot on 75

Medal of Honor offers a cohesive campaign and fierce multiplayer competition for those who don't mind a little bit of tarnish on their first-person...