On this episode of Ruff Talk VR our hosts Dscruffles and Stratus breakdown and review the virtual reality (VR) first person shooter Medal of Honor™: Above and Beyond available now on the Official Oculus Quest store! Made by developers Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts (EA), this is arguably the first AAA game on the Oculus Quest 2. Bringing in the prestigious Medal of Honor brand, a vast campaign mode, a multiplayer mode, and a gallery featuring WWII documentaries, this game came with a lot of hype. How did it hold up? Listen for our full review, breakdown, and final score!
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Step into the boots of an agent of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in war-torn Europe in Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond. Experience the action-packed single player campaign and fast-paced multiplayer matches that put you on the ground fighting directly through the biggest and most historic events of World War II.
Hear bullets as they fly by, duck behind cover to avoid enemy fire, and dive out of burning airplanes. Snatch grenades from the air and toss them back, pull grenade pins out with your teeth, and reload your weapons while dodging fire. You’re not watching history, you’re experiencing it, like never before.
View the Gallery to learn the real stories of veterans and see WWII from their eyes. The Gallery includes videos, interviews, and the Oscar™ winning documentary short COLETTE.