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Medal of Honor: Limited Edition (with Battlefield 3 Multiplayer BETA Access) - £17.99 - Play.com PS3/360
Medal of Honor: Limited Edition (with Battlefield 3 Multiplayer BETA Access) - £17.99 - Play.com PS3/360

Medal of Honor: Limited Edition (with Battlefield 3 Multiplayer BETA Access) - £17.99 - Play.com PS3/360

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Medal of Honor: Limited Edition - £17.99 - Play.com PS3/360

PS3 link: play.com/Gam…als

Free delivery too.

5% off game with NUS Extra card too.


Limited Edition elsewhere:
- Amazon (both formats): £35.99
- HMV: (both formats): £24.99

Limited Edition includes:

MP-7 - Exclusively in the Limited Edition, is a weapon utilized by Tier 1 Operators in the field. With its light weight, high rate of fire as well as its ability to penetrate body armor, the MP7 handles like a pistol yet allows targets to be engaged like a rifle

TOZ194 and 870MCS Shotguns and Slugs - Get instant access to these two devastating shotguns and more powerful ammo for close-range fights

Spec Ops Class Camouflage - Players can don this unique camouflage to help them disappear into the environment as well as distinguish themselves from the other standard grunts

20 Comments

Nice find...

How is this different to the tier 1 edition ?

pav

How is this different to the tier 1 edition ?



Think its the same.

Banned

Great find for your first deal just ordered thanks

Play never had Tier One. Tier One had a few more unlocks (An extra Assault Class camo skin and the M60 if I remember rightly) than the Limited Edition but not much.

good price amazon give £25 to trade in the xbox 360 format

just ordered thanks

Edited by: "Deano7" 10th Dec 2010

How does the BF3 Beta access work?

colesi

How does the BF3 Beta access work?



There's a code in the box for extended online play and BF3 beta access.

hmm, still tempted even though most folk have said they didn't like it...

Ordered then read a couple of reviews and cancelled

Original Poster

To be honest from experience of playing this and COD: BO its a nice change.

Good deal, thanks

nice spot had just ordered mine from zavvi same price but without the limited edition

To all: from what I read the MOH campaign is short but sweet. Compare that to the short but...splitting MW2 campaign and it is the exact same.

Does look quite good, and I look forward to playing it. Just to note : this is not EXCLUSIVE beta access. You will get access to the BF3 beta just as gamers did earlier this year for BFBC2.

Banned

Brodie4ever

To all: from what I read the MOH campaign is short but sweet. Compare … To all: from what I read the MOH campaign is short but sweet. Compare that to the short but...splitting MW2 campaign and it is the exact same.Does look quite good, and I look forward to playing it. Just to note : this is not EXCLUSIVE beta access. You will get access to the BF3 beta just as gamers did earlier this year for BFBC2.


IGN sez different:-

Medal of Honor feels several years behind its shooter competition. Enemies typically fire from one place without moving from point to point, and combat becomes an exercise in Taliban Whack-a-Mole as you'll wait for a head to robotically pop up from cover. The only dangerous points throughout the game came from enemies that I couldn't see or positions that I literally couldn't hit before triggering another scripted sequence.

This is a problem given that Medal of Honor is one of the most unstable console releases I've seen this year. Throughout the single-player campaign, there were at least four instances of game-breaking scripting bugs that forced me to restart from an earlier checkpoint (and did I mention that the checkpoints are poorly spaced out and often too far apart?). This isn't counting the numerous other technical issues I encountered. Textures and graphical effects popped in and out like a strobelight, sound that cut out completely at times (sending static over my home theater system), and entire pieces of scenery in the near-distance appearing and disappearing seemingly at random. My personal favorite moment had to be the point where one of my AI squadmates turned a bizarre inverted dark and light combination of red and blue, but the most damning visual problem is a framerate that dips into or just above the single digits when there are too many explosions and gunshots going off - which happens a lot.

hmmm want tier 1 for £17.99 tbh but voted hot for this but i will wait till tier 1 is £17.99 or lower.

Must be one of the only people that have struggled to like COD black ops. I've only played the story mode so far, but the story for me isn't as strong as it usually is. I haven't liked the medal of honor games for a long time (Since the PS2). But this one actually surprised me. I actually liked the story mode in this game, it won't be up to the standard of COD black ops for some people, but at £17.99 (Less than half the price) who can complain.

Godzooky 1973

hmmm want tier 1 for £17.99 tbh but voted hot for this but i will wait … hmmm want tier 1 for £17.99 tbh but voted hot for this but i will wait till tier 1 is £17.99 or lower.



Tier One editions are OOS at GAME, Gameplay and Gamestation, the stores at which it was an exclusive.

Good luck finding a brand new one with unused code.

Banned

csiman

IGN sez different:-Medal of Honor feels several years behind its shooter … IGN sez different:-Medal of Honor feels several years behind its shooter competition. Enemies typically fire from one place without moving from point to point, and combat becomes an exercise in Taliban Whack-a-Mole as you'll wait for a head to robotically pop up from cover. The only dangerous points throughout the game came from enemies that I couldn't see or positions that I literally couldn't hit before triggering another scripted sequence.This is a problem given that Medal of Honor is one of the most unstable console releases I've seen this year. Throughout the single-player campaign, there were at least four instances of game-breaking scripting bugs that forced me to restart from an earlier checkpoint (and did I mention that the checkpoints are poorly spaced out and often too far apart?). This isn't counting the numerous other technical issues I encountered. Textures and graphical effects popped in and out like a strobelight, sound that cut out completely at times (sending static over my home theater system), and entire pieces of scenery in the near-distance appearing and disappearing seemingly at random. My personal favorite moment had to be the point where one of my AI squadmates turned a bizarre inverted dark and light combination of red and blue, but the most damning visual problem is a framerate that dips into or just above the single digits when there are too many explosions and gunshots going off - which happens a lot.


Oops! Having said all this, I just ended up buying this as it has full 'frontlines' game included. 10-15 hours gameplay and re-sale of about £15 cant be bad really. Black OPs cost me nearly twice as much and completed it in less than 4 hours and it wasnt a great game either.
Edited by: "csiman" 14th Dec 2010
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