07 January 2010

Call of Duty and Gaming Links, 7 January 2010

Cowboy is his name. Ass-kicking is his game.

     The more I read about the new Medal of Honor game, the more I'm stoked about it. The VGA trailer Medal of Honor gameplay trailer looked pretty amazing to me. The game is undergoing a two-tiered development with Electronic Arts Los Angeles developing the single player campaign while Electronic Arts DICE are crafting the multiplayer. DICE, as you may know, developed the Battlefield series of games.  
    Here's a conundrum: What will the Halo: Reach beta be? Will Bungie merely tweak the existing Halo 3 multiplayer? I can't see Bungie revamping their entire multi-player architecture or fragmenting their multiplayer audience by essentially competing against themselves. How are they going to handle it? Will this be like the power move from Halo 2 to Halo 3 in terms of multiplayer? There's no technology incentive this time, since Reach is being developed for the Xbox 360. Halo 3 is still incredibly popular. Hell, Halo 2 is still an extremely popular Xbox Live title. Is Bungie going to do something risky or take the safe route (i.e., don't touch the Halo 3 core multiplayer), as they did with Halo 3: ODST? On to the links:
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