Medal of Honor & Linkin Park Remix + Windows 7 Themes

At first, it might sound like a joke, but Linkin Park and EA teamed up to create a gameplay video that features the Linkin Park Single “Catalyst”. Check it out:

Do Linkin Park and Medal of Honor really fit well together? Linkin Park’s Catalyst for example is more tragic than dramatic and doesn’t reflect the fast-paced action they’re trying to achieve in the new Medal of Honor. Basically, Medal of Honor has always been one of the “darker” games that require a good strategy. So, if they try to change that in the new Medal of Honor, why would they team up with Linkin Park? Probably because they share the same audience and both sell well, so why not combine what sells?

Hopefully, Linkin Park will create some songs solely dedicated to Medal of Honor that fit better!

Medal of Honor Windows Theme

Medal of Honor Windows 7 Theme

Windows 7 Linkin Park Theme

Linkin Park Windows 7 Theme

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