UK Video Game Chart: Medal of Honor Warfighter takes No.1 spot

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Posted 9:51am on Mon 29 October 2012
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UK Video Game Chart: Medal of Honor Warfighter takes No.1 spot
Sells fewer copies than the October 2010 Medal of Honor reboot.

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Posted 9:51am on Mon 29 October 2012
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... then it would be Forza at the top spot.
Posted 9:54am on Mon 29 October 2012
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Sheeples... and they inform the sort of games publishers want to put out, which is rather sickening.

Very dissapointed XCom has also seen such a drop - I had hoped that might be a slow but long and steady burner...
Posted 11:13am on Mon 29 October 2012
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SHOOOOOOOTY MANS! All the bad reviews and M.O.H still topples FIFA 13.
Posted 11:16am on Mon 29 October 2012
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    Very bad news for gamers.

    EA get away with releasing a broken game again and they will do their crime once again methinks.
    Posted 11:28am on Mon 29 October 2012
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    Probably sold pretty badly and it looks like it deserved it. I'm not saying Call of Duty deserves 20m+ sales a year, but at least the biggest gaming audience is still somewhat discerning about quality.

    I played MoH 2010 and it was dire. EA should forget about this genre and do something else. They have no hope of making a dent in Call of Duty's mind share after the last few after the last few half-arsed attempts they've made.
    Posted 7:17pm on Mon 29 October 2012
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    I think half of the reason (and problem) Medal of Hono(u)r did so well was because most publications only got review code within a day before release. By the time a lot reviews had gotten out about the game being bad, pre orders had probably already been shipped. I doubt it was all the customers fault to blame in this case.

    I'm fairly sure if reviews had gotten out earlier (and if EA weren't so sneaky) MoH:WF probably wouldn't of done so well...
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