To those unfamiliar with the story, back during E3, Gamespot editor Tom Mc Shea pushed a story calling out at the grossly inaccurate portrayal of war in military shooters (found here http://tinyurl.com/8uazd3r), and was shortly after coaxed into doing an interview with MoH: Warfighter's executive producer Greg Goodrich in which Goodrich flagrantly bullied Mc Shea throughout; stating that (and I'm paraphrasing so forgive me) "realism and authenticity are not the same thing".
Goodrich suggested numerous times throughout the interview (found here http://tinyurl.com/9mtro33) that Tom sit down and play MoH:Warfighter for himself, and ignore his problems with the genre until he plays through the game to see how well Danger Close would show respect to the military men of the world through the games campaign.
The people of the internet love them some military shooters however, and as the internet tends to do, unloaded as many vile and uncalled for insults they could muster at McShea, claiming that his views were dumbfounded and that his original article was nothing more than a ploy for attention.
Well. MoH:Warfighter is out, and McShea had a few words to say about the games representation of real world conflicts and its disrespect for human life. It can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/8aoy3n8
What do you folks think? Did Warfighter make good on its promise?
-edited for attempts at better grammar-