Medal of Honor: Warfighter's Dramatic Single-Player Story Needs More Attitude

"The name's Preacher. I fight wars. I'm a Warfighter." And then he leaps through the title screen dual-wielding machine guns. Sadly this does not happen in the single-player story trailer for Medal of Honor: Warfighter.


"What's wrong, Daddy?"

Well, honey, Daddy's afraid that people are only going to pick up his game for the preorder access to Battlefield 4, and that ultimately none of these slow-motion explosions and tension-packed flashbacks are going to amount to anything, even if it is based on real events and features a hospital scene, a patriotic funeral and the dubstep jeep-splosion.


I'm as invested in the story for this game at this point as Marc Pincus is in Zynga stock. I'm keeping a little interest in case something good happens, but otherwise, bleh.

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Darrisbob1 - ☆彡

I actually liked the plot to Medal of Honor. It wasn't the best told video game story by leaps and bounds, but I ended up caring about what happened to the cast.

I also liked a lot of the different moments and situations they threw you into. I loved the part where your team is ambushed in a house, and it get blown away piece by piece until your team is basically just hiding behind a 2 foot high wall where the house used to be.