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Danger Close Already Working On New Medal Of Honor

by Ernice Gilbert on February 18th, 2011, under Danger Close, EA, Hot, News

Danger Close, the same developer who handled the Medal Of Honor reboot in tandem with DICE, has already confirmed that its knee-deep in yet another MOH game.

Homefront Censored In North Korea

by Ernice Gilbert on February 6th, 2011, under Danger Close, Hot, News, THQ

Homefront’s a game about forces in the Korean peninsula waging war against America, bringing the latter country to its knees. The opening scene of the game, however, contains a video with North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-il, so to comply with certain rating board guidelines in Japan, he’s been removed.

Video Thirst: Medal Of Honor ‘Clean Sweep’ Free DLC Trailer’s The Most Brutal Yet

by Ernice Gilbert on October 20th, 2010, under Danger Close, Dice, EA, News

Ah, guns. They are useful for many, many things both legal and illegal. People use them to rob banks, hijack cars, hold people hostage and also to hunt wildlife.

You, however, will need them to clean sweep an entire group of baddies. Get to work, soldier.

Medal Of Honor Free DLC Adding New MP Mode Next Month, Sold 1.5 Million In First Week

by Ernice Gilbert on October 19th, 2010, under Danger Close, Dice, EA, News

The gamers have spoken: Medal of Honor’s become one of the best selling games of 2010, with the shooting selling 1.5 million copies in its first week on sale.

There’s also free DLC coming in next month, adding a new mp mode called “Clean Sweep”.

Medal Of Honor Takes No. 1 Spot In UK

by Ernice Gilbert on October 18th, 2010, under Danger Close, Dice, EA, News

When a game’s good, it’s good. And although Medal Of Honor won’t do Modern Warfare-type numbers, it’s managed to do pretty well here in the U.S., and has grabbed the number 1 spot in Britain.

Good for Danger Close, DICE and EA. Good for the games industry too.

Games Thirst Review: Medal of Honor

by Joshua Tompkins on October 15th, 2010, under Danger Close, Dice, EA, Written Reviews

Medal of Honor has been allowing us to battle it out in WWII for years, but now it’s time for us to pick up arms in the present day. Medal of Honor follows a group of Tier 1 soldiers battling it out in Afghanistan. You play as different soldiers, who are trying to prevent a Taliban uprising. The story takes a twist, when things go wrong, and the soldiers find themselves fighting for their lives.

David Jaffe On MOH Multiplayer: “I Simply Could Not Play [As Taliban]“

by Ernice Gilbert on October 13th, 2010, under Danger Close, Dice, EA, News

Let’s face it, the inclusion of the Taliban in EA’s Medal of Honor reboot was a big risk the publisher took. I’m all for it, I abhor the double standard that exists in this case. Hollywood has, and could make a movie now about the Afghan War, taking any direction they want, and I assure you the uproar wouldn’t be as loud as what’s happened with MOH. “It’s just a movie.”

But honestly it must be tough even in a game to take up arms as the Taliban and shoot at American soldiers who are presently fighting that war. It’s probably nothing for some of us because we know it’s just a videogame, but apart from affecting the military, civilians and other civil groups, David Jaffe couldn’t help emotions take over when the game’s multiplayer spawned him as the Taliban.

He divulged the entire experience on twitter.