Medal of Honor: Warfighter was met with review scores much lower than most AAA, big-budget releases, but EA has essentially rejected these scores and believes the game is better than critics say.
“On Medal of Honor, we’re disappointed with the critical reception,” EA Labels boss Frank Gibeau said to investors. “Our internal testing and mock reviews indicated that the game is better than the actual score that we have right now, and we believe that it is.”
Gibeau realizes that some people just don’t like the game, but since this is such a large product for the company, he promises it will be supported well in the future.
“We are seeing some folks out there that just don’t like the game. We believe that it’s going to find an audience,” Gibeau said. “It’s been – had a good track record over the weekend in the UK. We’re going to continue to support the game going forward with marketing and additional content.”
We’re not sure what sort of new-age review science EA is involved in that makes the majority of media wrong, but hopefully, we can all have the luxury of its use in the future.
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