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Sneak Peek – LBX Transporter

Friday, August 10th, 2012


The upcoming Transporter from LBX is a licensed Medal of Honor – Warfighter product. It is designed to transport your gaming console in style and features the Honor Camo pattern developed exclusively for the game.


Medal of Honor Military Edition Available for Pre-order

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Electronics Arts has developed a special military version of the upcoming video game title ‘Medal of Honor’.

The Medal of Honor exclusive military edition is available from our friends GovX. Proceeds of the sale will benefit Project Honor which supports the Navy SEAL Foundation and Special Operations Warrior Foundation. Additionally, gamers will be able to unlock the exclusive Project Honor camouflage pattern for use in game.

Project Honor Camouflage Unveiled

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Developed specifically for Project Honor, an awareness and charity program associated with the upcoming Electronic Arts video game title ‘Medal of Honor Warfighter’ this new pixelated camouflage pattern features some iconography from the game set into a transitional camouflage palette. Look for products in the new print from LBX Tactical. It can also be unlocked for use in game when using the exclusive military edition of the game.

Medal of Honor – Partners

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Video game designers have been going out of their way to introduce more and more realism into their titles. There’s also been a lot of talk within our industry on coming up with new ways to reach additional markets. Consequently, it seems like a perfect match when manufacturers of military equipment partner with video game designers. In a way, the folks that play first person shooters they are natural tactical customers.

Electronic Arts, producers of the popular Medal of Honor series is reveling in its partnership with the tactical industry. Not only is it featuring partners’ products in the latest version of the game, but EA is also openly promoting the manufacturers to their players.

Each week they discuss additional partners and show examples of how they have participated in game development including a video. So far they’ve revealed LBT, Mechanix Wear, McMillan, SureFire, Trijicon, and LaRue Tactical.

Read about all of the partners at www.medalofhonor.com/partners.

LBT and Medal of Honor Warfighter

Friday, March 9th, 2012


Medal of Honor has announced LBT as the first of their partner companies that have been consulted to give MOH Warfighter a true air of authenticity. Also, while you’re checking it out, get your MOH patches from LBX. 100% of the proceeds go to the Navy SEAL Foundation, Tommy V Challenge and Special Operations Warrior Foundation.


Medal of Honor

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Medal of Honor doesn’t single-handedly define the first person genre. Nor does it introduce some radically new idea or change the way we look at games in general. But rather, like Call of Duty, it also broke away from its WWII roots and reboots in a modern setting. In many ways, it’s just like the other ‘modern warfare’ shooters that are already on the market. So why even get it? Because, it does what it does very well, and it’s also pretty damn fun.

The story takes place in Afghanistan over a two day period during Operation Enduring Freedom. During that time, you’ll switch, with fairly equal playtimes, between a SEAL, Army Ranger, and “Tier One Operator”, with an Apache helicopter mission thrown in for flavor. The campaign does a good job of being believable. Soldiers interact with a sense of camaraderie, and converse with accurate force-specific jargon. Equally realistic objectives and scenarios are also within the campaign, mirroring the kind of operations these men would undergo in real life. The influence of the military sources that were used in the creation of the game are apparent. It’s also worth mentioning that the frame rate does drop significantly when the action gets really frantic, but it’s not game breaking.

The controls are the same as MW2, at least on the consoles, so if you’re coming from that game you won’t get that sense of ‘controller shock’ that can occur with other titles. You’ll receive the standard assortment of weaponry found in any other game of this kind: assault rifles, shotguns, pistols, etc. The ever present one hit kill knife is also in the game, and is as satisfying as ever. The Apache segment is on-rails, and you only control the weapons. This works fine, however, as it’s more fun to shoot at targets without worrying about piloting as well.

Multiplayer is a much different game compared to single player, having been developed by Battlefield creator DICE. Much like Battlefield, there are different classes to choose from and weapons to unlock, but that’s pretty much where the similarities end. The maximum number of players for each team is 12, players can’t form into squads, and maps are relatively small, making CQB a common occurrence. Damage from weapons is also greater, so death is much more common. It’s fast and frantic, and it’ll be sure to tide you over until Black Ops comes out next month.

Overall, Medal of Honor doesn’t offer much that hasn’t already been seen, nonetheless it’s a solid game. I highly recommend it.

-Tactical FanBoy

Last Chance Reminder for MoH Beta

Monday, October 4th, 2010

Medal of Honor comes out October 12th, but before then EA is running an open beta from the 4th to the 7th. Included with the beta are two new maps; Shahikot Mountains and Kunar Base, two new games modes, Combat Mission and Sector Control, and a multitude of fixes including increased weapons damage, improved character hitboxes, and the inclusion of the F2000, G3A4 and P90 PDW in the unlock tree. It looks like this beta more completely represents what the final multiplayer experience will be when MoH comes out, so why not sample it now?

– Tactical FanBoy