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Category Description User Score
Acting The quality of the voice or video acting. 3.0
AI The quality of the game's intelligence, usually for the behavior of opponents. 2.8
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.0
Graphics The visual quality of the game 3.2
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 3.2
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.0
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they are executed. This rating is used for every game except compilations and special editions which don't have unique game content not available in a standalone game or DLC. 3.3
Overall User Score (6 votes) 3.1

Critic Reviews

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TrueAchievements (Oct 30, 2012)
To be fair, Medal of Honor: Warfighter is not going to change the face of the modern day military shooters but does that mean that it doesn't exceed its predecessor or excel at its own agenda? No. The game from start to finish was incredibly enjoyable with a good enough story to make you want to play it again and a multiplayer that will supply hours upon hours of excitement and gameplay. If you are not a fan of military shooters then Warfighter probably won't change your perspective on them, but if you are looking for something that is a little different and will supply a new freshness into the already saturated world of shooters, this may do the trick for you.
Xboxygen (Nov 20, 2012)
Warfighter est sans conteste d’une réalisation supérieure, on sent un réel travail et le soin tout particulier apporté aux cinématiques, ce qui reste bien rare dans ce genre de titres. La technique dans le jeu est tout bonnement sublime à l’écran et les différents rebondissements de l’intrigue parfois inspirée de faits réels ainsi que la dynamique des éléments extérieurs vous mettront en immersion totale dans une intrigue sur fond de terrorisme international. L’expérience multijoueurs trouve son identité et reste très agréable à jouer, notamment grâce au système d’escouade formé de deux joueurs, vous ne serez jamais trop désavantagé et les nombreux modes de jeu proposés sont appuyés par des terrains d’affrontement propices aux batailles et qui permettent de toujours renouveler votre façon d’aborder un coin de la carte.
69 (Oct 23, 2012)
Und genau das ist das größte Problem von Warfighter: Es folgt nur den Fußstapfen der großen Jungs, ohne wirklich mit ihnen mitspielen zu können. In seine Einzelteile zerlegt ist es besser als sein Vorgänger, was zwar nur einen kleinen Schritt nach vorn bedeutet, der aber immerhin besser ist als gar keiner. Als Gesamtwerk hingegen bleibt es allerdings nur ein durchschnittlicher Shooter, der kaum etwas macht, das man woanders nicht schon tausend Mal und viel besser gesehen hat.
Giant Bomb (Oct 27, 2012)
Warfighter makes no successful effort to stand out in a very crowded genre.
60 (Dec 19, 2012)
Medal of Honor:Warfighter to poprostu kolejny sześciogodzinny shooter, może nie różniący się od innych w jakiś szczególny sposób, ale z pewnym pomysłem na siebie. Pomysłem - bo jeszcze sporo pracy przed nimi, by strącić z piedestału mistrzów FPS. Gdyby obyło się bez obietnic "nowego i niesamowitego", wielu graczy z wyrozumiałością podeszłoby do niedociągnięć, czerpiąc satysfakcję z samego grania. A tak Warfighter zostaje dla mnie rozczarowaniem roku
GameSpot (Oct 26, 2012)
Upon completing Medal of Honor: Warfighter's campaign, you are met with a heartfelt dedication impressing upon you the heroism of the men in uniform the game depicts. The attempt at sincere emotion is commendable--but it rings hollow, coming as it does at the end of a bog-standard military shooter that celebrates the killing of hundreds. The battlefield fantasy itself offers a few surprises, but they're crowded out of your psyche by the indifferent hours of shooting and military chatter that surround them.
XboxAchievements (Oct 29, 2012)
Medal of Honor: Warfighter feels like it is trying too hard to get a slice of the lucrative CoD pie, but the package never quite manages to get up to snuff. It is average in almost every department, and if you choose to play without the day one patch and graphics install it devolves into a buggy broken mess, though even with the optimum requirements it fails to start up to its rivals. Man down.
Cheat Code Central (Oct 24, 2012)
Medal of Honor: Warfighter feels unpolished. It's a slew of great ideas mashed together in a way that doesn't give any of them time to truly shine, rushed out to make a deadline that didn't do it any favors. While there's enjoyment to be had here, it is fleeting and often devolves rapidly into frustration and boredom. I feel bad saying that, because the folks at Danger Close seemed intensely passionate about their work and there's simply so much potential in here, but it clearly needed more time if it was to develop into anything truly unique and compelling. Instead, it seems as though a bunch of good-to-excellent parts were put together and the result is significantly less than one would expect their sum to be.
Gamekult (Oct 23, 2012)
Autrefois précurseur du FPS à grand spectacle, la licence Medal of Honor court désormais après son concurrent direct sans jamais chercher à faire mieux ou à faire différemment. Un simple recyclage comme en témoigne l'absence d'originalité des situations et de la mise en scène. Le titre est bourrin juste ce qu'il faut pour ne pas endormir le joueur mais ne propose aucune idée suffisamment forte pour l'accrocher. Avec sa narration manichéenne et pré-mâchée, et malgré tous les effets spéciaux employés pour faire passer la pilule, ce Medal of Honor : Warfighter s'oublie aussi vite qu'on éteint une console de jeu. Rachitique avec son solo court et déjà joué des dizaines de fois, le titre peine également à se rattraper avec un multi trop quelconque pour espérer retenir les joueurs bien longtemps. Plutôt joli et parfois spectaculaire, le jeu n'en reste pas moins un FPS creux et routinier, le jeu symbole d'une formule usée jusqu'à la corde.
50 (Oct 25, 2012)
Il faut bien reconnaître que Medal of Honor : Warfighter nous a vraiment surpris. On ne s'attendait peut-être pas à découvrir le jeu de l'année mais on pensait tout de même trouver un divertissement relativement efficace. Finalement, on a droit à un solo rachitique, à un multijoueur sans intérêt et à une ribambelle de bugs qui finiront certainement par avoir raison de votre patience. Bref, la saison des FPS commence plutôt mal cette année...
Official XBox Magazine (Oct 25, 2012)
As you gain ranks, you'll unlock everything from scopes and stocks to magazines and muzzles, but too few of the upgrades have an appreciable impact on performance, and the clunky interface makes experimenting with different parts a pain. The real threat to Warfighter's longevity, though, is how its multiplayer maps feel like patchworks of arbitrary buildings and debris instead of bona fide real-world strongholds. Without a palpable sense of place, these battlegrounds never give you enough reason to choose this particular mix of gunmetal and grit over any other. Combined with a weak campaign, that makes the new Medal of Honor more of a casualty than a killer in a marketplace already crowded with full-featured crowd-pleasers.
Game Informer Magazine (Oct 25, 2012)
The uninspired single-player campaign, uneven multiplayer execution, and rampant presence of glitches undermine Medal of Honor: Warfighter’s efforts to join the Tier 1 of military shooters. If Danger Close keeps executing this poorly, this once-loved series may be dangerously close to being put in a casket.
Game Revolution (Oct 25, 2012)
If you don't have a complete plan of attack, the mission will result in a critical failure. Warfighter isn't a total failure, but it's certainly not up to the standards of the international Tier 1 Operators it clings to.
In the end, Medal of Honor: Warfighter simply doesn’t feel like a product that was ready to ship. There are some good ideas here, and I think that with more time a team of capable developers--and I include the folks at Danger Close in that number--would possibly have allowed the concept to morph into a more worthwhile game. As-is, the title feels like a copy-paste job gone bad. You could certainly do worse than to give it a shot, but you also have enough superior options right now that your time is better spent elsewhere.
ActionTrip (Oct 27, 2012)
After all that's said and done, Medal of Honor: Warfighter is nothing more than a broken action game that falls way behind other shooters. With the impending release of Black Ops 2, gamers are bound to forget this title within months, if not weeks. Instead of expanding on a franchise and improving it, EA have created a glitchy and disappointing addition to its popular series, offering dreary characters, a boring plot and most of all predictably mediocre gameplay.
The Guardian (Nov 02, 2012)
War games can do dumb, and I'm OK with that. But dressing dumb up in the cloak of authenticity seems a dangerous line to cross. When you pretend to be saying something about ongoing real-world wars, but present a conflict of extremes with all the substance of air, the thought that anyone might take Warfighter seriously becomes a very queasy one. What it comes down to is an assumption that its audience is there to be fooled, and doesn't care anyway. That's what Warfighter feels like – a piece of propaganda.
40 (Oct 25, 2012)
Depressingly banal in every way, it’s not impossible to be entertained by Warfighter but it is impossible to be surprised by it.
Darkstation (Oct 26, 2012)
It’s fitting that so much of Medal of Honor Warfighter’s script is composed of military acronyms, given that the entire game is shorthand for designs and concepts that have been done in other, overwhelmingly better military shooters. Warfighter is uninspired, underdeveloped, and completely profligate with the solemn potential of its core concept.
IGN (Oct 26, 2012)
Medal of Honor Warfighter feels old, disrespects the player, and misses the mark in the campaign and online.
Joystiq (Oct 26, 2012)
There are some worthwhile components in Medal of Honor: Warfighter, but it feels cobbled together, a design-by-committee approximation of "AAA military shooter." The concept behind Warfighter is sound – particularly its attempt to personalize the internal conflict of a soldier – but the execution leaves a lot to be desired.
Medal of honor-serien slår snart sista spiken i sin egen kista. Åtminstone om utvecklarna fortsätter på samma fiaskolinje. Medan det förra spelet cyniskt försökte sticka ut genom att det utspelade sig under det pågående Afghanistan-kriget, är “Warfighter” en desperat och slarvig ansats att hänga kvar i genren.
Edge (Oct 29, 2012)
While another six months in development wouldn’t have removed the lingering bad taste from one of the more tasteless marketing campaigns in recent memory – including tie-ins with the real-world manufacturers who make the in-game ordnance, and a branded tomahawk that was later removed from sale – it would have done much to help smooth out the kinks in a game where at least the multiplayer has genuine potential. Instead, what’s shipped is rushed, uninspired and cynical. Activision and Treyarch have questions of their own to answer in a few short weeks – chiefly whether a near-future setting will breathe life into a series many feel has grown stagnant – but EA and Danger Close have set them a very low bar indeed.