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Medal of Honor: Airborne Previews - PS3

Game Description:When a paratrooper leaves the plane, he can't control where he lands. For the first time in a video game, it's just like reality! Airdrop onto the battlefield and be ready for anything, just as a real soldier would. But be careful, because where you land can dramatically change the outcome of the battle. Each mission is a free-roaming, non-linear level with vertical as well as horizontal combat – you'll be fighting from the ground, rooftops, balconies, towers, ruins, and natural formations. Upgrade your weapons with field modifications to improve your marksmanship. And you're going to need every advantage you can get to take on the formidable and intelligent AI-controlled enemies!
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