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Medal of Honor: Airborne Performance

Posted on Tuesday, September 11 2007 @ 03:10:38 CEST by

Roughly one week ago LR got their hands on a pre-ordered copy of Medal of Honor: Airborne and since then they've found it difficult to pull myself away from this game. While Medal of Honor: Airborne has been a heap of fun to play it also looks incredible and playing this game using the high quality visuals is a must...
It has been quite some time since I enjoyed playing a single player FPS as much as I have enjoyed playing Medal of Honor: Airborne. In fact I am keen to get back into this game the second I have the chance, as it has really sucked me in. While I did enjoy Bioshock and do believe it to be an excellent quality game, I am already finding myself bored with it. Again great game, but its single player limitation makes it one of those exciting games that can quickly be placed in the rear view mirror, much like Doom 3.
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