Medal of Honor: Airborne Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.6/10

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Medal of Honor: Airborne Reviews

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GameDaily 9/10 Sep 04 '07
GamerNode 7.5/10 Sep 17 '07
Thunderbolt 8/10 Jan 11 '08
Actiontrip  80/100 Sep 10 '07
Game Chronicles Magazine 8.3/10 Sep 28 '07
Game Over 72/100 Sep 20 '07
GameSpot 7.0/10 Sep 04 '07
Gamespy 3.5/5 Sep 14 '07
IGN PC 7.9/10 Sep 04 '07
Strategy Informer 7.2/10 Sep 18 '07
YouGamers 69/100 Sep 17 '07
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"There are some memorable action scenes in Airborne, along with some great visuals and a top-notch presentation. But be careful, because it's over before you know it."
"The single-player campaign doesn't get cooking until the last two levels, but those two levels combined with solid multiplayer make it worth enlisting in Airborne."
"Another direct result from the choice to let you drop into the battle-zone wherever you want is that there can be no linear gameplay to guide you through the levels. The game doesn't 'know' where you will drop, thus making it impossible to predict what path you will follow. And guess what this design decision brings forth? You guessed it: a new level of Artificial Intelligence design! Sure, it will still be possible to script some of the actions that enemy soldiers and units will take but, overall, they will need to be far cleverer than before when the game knew at least from which direction you would come and all sorts of scripts could be triggered early."
"Medal of Honor: Airborne, while not perfect, is definitely the best game in the franchise to come along in quite a while. It may be fairly short, but those hours are pretty much one non-stop battle with Nazi Germany throughout the various paratrooper campaigns from World War II. The levels are designed well and provide a few different environmental challenges that shooter fans should appreciate. The weapons feel and sound good as well and dropping into each level from the sky adds some interest and replayability through occasionally the feature seems more like a gimmick than something to change shooters for all time. The shiny coat of EA presentation covering all aspects of Airborne certainly help with the enjoyment, but there's not quite as much variety and interaction that we're becoming used to in top-tier shooters these days."
"Medal of Honor: Airborne is a game that needs time ploughed into it to reap the fill awards. If you’re looking for something that will reinvigorate your experience of WWII FPS’ then look elsewhere. But if you are looking for an excuse to take the same old fight back to the Nazis’ then here is your answer."