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Incredibly, There Was a Medal of Honor Game in Development for Vita

Posted by Sammy Barker

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Seasoned online sleuth Superannution has uncovered some classified information regarding a cancelled Medal of Honor title that was in production for the PlayStation Vita. The game – which was in construction at Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City developer Slant Six – popped up on concept artist Alex Carigi’s personal portfolio. According to his Linked In profile, he left the company last month.

Given the Canadian developer’s track record, we’re going to assume that this was being pitched as a SOCOM-style tactical shooter. Unfortunately, there’s no chance of it ever seeing the light of day – EA recently put a bullet in the Medal of Honor franchise, telling investors that it hasn’t made a decision on “how or when it will return”.

You know, this could have been good. The aforementioned Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City may have been a disaster, but Slant Six’s portable SOCOM games were fantastic. Are you disappointed that the game's seemingly been canned? Let us know in the comments section below.

[via alexcarigi.carbonmade.com, twitter.com]

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User Comments (6)

NorthLightSuplx

#1

NorthLightSuplx said:

This is not a surprise you reported it back when your website went by Vitagamr.com or whatever it was.

Gemuarto

#2

Gemuarto said:

EA can eat shirts.I hope Sony will use MoH assets to creare new Socom with Slant Six.

charlesnarles

#3

charlesnarles said:

He'll (lol autocorrect) yes I'm upset that there may be some great game lurking in the hard drives of the MoH devs. Release it or let someone finish it, especially if it was gonna be two-sticks SOCOM, right? That was the main issue; one "analogue" nub.

BornOfEvil

#5

BornOfEvil said:

If it was going to be as good as the Socom games, then i'm disappointed. Socom was one of the franchises that got me into shooters, the other being the Tom Clancy games - more specifically, Rainbow Six.

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