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EA removes Taliban from MOH

The Taliban will no longer features in EA’s upcoming console and PC shooter Medal of Honor. The game had received lots of media attention thanks to its inclusion of the Taliban as a playable faction in its multiplayer mode. It had seemed that EA had successfully rode the choppy waters …

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Medal of Honor pre-orders break series record

EA has announced that the new Medal of Honor has broken the series’ record for pre-orders. The game is due on shelves on October 15th and has already achieved a higher number of pre-sell units than any previous MOH title before it. To further build anticipation behind this release, the …

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Analyst concerned for Medal of Honor

Kaufman Bros analyst Todd Mitchell has voiced his doubt that EA’s Medal of Honor is creating the required level of excitement amongst consumers that is needed if it hopes to ruffle the FPS sector’s feathers. We are increasingly concerned about the prospects for Medal of Honor,” he told Gamasutra. The …

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EA hopes MOH beta quiets concerns

Publisher EA has confirmed a release date for the open PC beta of Medal of Honor – and added that it hopes the release will help calm some of the concern that has dogged the game to date. The new beta will go live on October 4th ahead of its …

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Treyarch: MOH controversy was unfair

Speaking of the media furore that has greeted EA’s Medal of Honor, the head of Call of Duty developer Treyarch has said that the treatment violent video games receive at the hands of the media is unjust. We cover the Cold War era [in Black Ops] and there are definitely …

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OPINION: EA ruffling the FPS waters

We love a good old fight in the games industry. After all, the core mechanic in most games is competition, friendly or otherwise. So to hear EA finally place down its spoonful of humble pie, and plainly acknowledge that, no, it won’t let Call of Duty lead the pack is …

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EA takes aim at Activision

It might take a year or two to accomplish, but EA is intent on knocking Call of Duty from its perch. EA Europe SVP Jens Uwe Intat has told MCV that the firm wants the resurgent Medal of Honor to outgun Activision’s powerhouse series. The first Medal of Honor in three …

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3m sales needed for Medal of Honor sequel

Medal of Honor needs to sell at least three million copies before a sequel is commissioned. That’s according to the game’s executive producer Greg Goodrich, who told the New York Times that if the eagerly awaited FPS doesn’t meet EA’s sales expectations: I’m not going to be able to do …

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Activision: CoD hasnt peaked

It’s out on multiple formats, it’s got a record marketing spend behind it and it’s a fundamentally great game – those are the reasons why Activision thinks Call of Duty: Black Ops can better the record-breaking performance of Modern Warfare 2. Furthermore, Activision thinks the series can continue growing its …

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US military bans Medal of Honor

Though Medal of Honor appears to have successfully ridden the turbulent waters of controversy in the UK, the game has suffered one retail ban in America. The US military has requested that retailer Gamestop not stock the title in any of its 49 stores located in US army and air …

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