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medal of honor: aireborne = mixed thoughts

Discussion in 'Games' started by Easy Rhino, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. Easy Rhino

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    ive only been playing airborne for a few days and am having mixed thoughts about it. it feels just like the call of duty franchise. the graphics arent all the spectacular but the game does bring a lot of intensity. im playing on normal mode and it keeps me on my toes and i really like getting the weapon upgrades. i havnt played it online yet. im wondering what you guys think of it.
     
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    I have gotten the exact same feeling from it, but hey I've got that from all the MOH games.
     
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    its fun the graphice are plenty good and run well on my system @1024X768 w 4xAA and 2xAF
     
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    yea, i guess i was hoping for something a bit more impressive. just judging from the promos, airborne was supposed to be a breakthrough game but to me it just seems like another call of duty with upgrades. regardless, i will put in the time to beat it.
     
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    I really enjoyed MoH:A the single player was fun...it did remind me of CoD like you said, but so do most WWII games lol.

    The multiplayer is utter shite....it's just not worth playing....
     
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    I personally thought that I liked MOHAA better... it was the best in length and difficultly... also had the best map ever: Normandy D-Day.
     
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    yea, i love the d-day map on multiplayer. playing MOHAA was the only time ive ever been in a clan. it was a lot of fun.
     
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    I still play it on and off... another game that is good: thread hijack... Is Wolf ET! Best game, perf wise, and also because of the fun it is. Maps are so cool.
     
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    I enjoyed it a lot to be honest with you. The graphics are just like Call of Duty 2 I thought. I like the weapon upgrades. It gave the gameplay a bit of a boost I though. Apart from that, it was good. I beat it in 2 days though. Very short campaign.
     
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    My Wolf CD is screwed to hell, so I'm thinking about purchasing it off Steam. Do you or anyone else know if ET can be played with the Steam verison?
     
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    I was talking about the freeware version...
     

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