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Medal of Honor Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description: Electronic Arts is rebooting the Medal of Honor franchise and setting it in modern day Afghanistan. EALA is handling the single-player, while Battlefield developer EA DICE is working on the multiplayer side of the game. Medal of Honor triggered scandal with its pre-release announcement of allowing players to fight as the Taliban, which was revoked when the mainstream media pushed the controversy.
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