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Medal of Honor gets serious, consults with special ops

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Not content with simply releasing a game that was kind of a close approximation of being a US Special Operations team member, Electronic Arts went right to the source for Medal of Honor. The developer worked closely with dudes whose faces have to be blurred out in videos to protect their identity, which is a bit unnerving. But hey, videogames.

While neither of these new videos released by EA have any game footage, they do a good job of giving us the sense that EA means serious business when it comes to authenticity.

"Success within a brotherhood is defined as taking care of your brothers, that's the bottom line," says one of the elite operators. "Everybody comes home."

He's talking about multiplayer, right?

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