The one that got away: A Medal of Honor review

26 10 2010

The highly acclaimed Medal of Honor series made its first installment in three years when the reboot Medal of Honor released on October 12.

The latest game developed by Electronic Arts and DICE, drew controversy when it was discovered that the game would focus on the current-day conflict in Afghanistan and allow players to control Taliban forces and kill United States soldiers in multiplayer modes. The Pause Button’s own IncreaseBlue got the chance to play the game and offers her thoughts below:

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When the details about this newest Medal of Honor title released about what the game was about, I was rather impressed. I admired the developers Electronic Arts and DICE for really delving into something worthwhile for the Medal of Honor series and that they weren’t just making another World War II game. While the game I felt was respectful in all aspects of a rather touchy and still open conflict, it really was a title that had missed numerous opportunities to break the mold and really shine. Read the rest of this entry »

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Sony E3 press conference re-cap: The Move, PSN+, and no PSP2

15 06 2010

The Sony press conference at E3 Tuesday afternoon did not yield any grand system unveilings as Nintendo or Microsoft’s did prior, but it did address rumors and showed off its latest controller.

A demonstrator utilizes the Move controller on the Move-enabled game: Sorcery.

Jack Tretton, President and CEO of Sony, lined up several demonstrations to show gamers the full extent and power of their take on the motion controller, the Move. Read the rest of this entry »