On the heels of this morning's announcement that Medal of Honor
's multiplayer mode swapped the "Taliban" moniker
in favor of "Opposing Force," we asked GameStop and the Army and Air Force Exchange Service if they would now allow the sale of the title on military bases. A representative for GameStop referred us to the AAFES, refusing to give comment and suggesting that we should check if the the military retailer's "position had changed."
A representative from the AAFES told us that the service is "aware of reported changes to the latest Medal of Honor
game" and that "the organization has been, and continues to be, engaged in a thorough review to fully understand the extent of the modifications." EA's Jeff Brown noted that the publisher isn't directly asking to "rescind the ban on the game," but did send the AAFES a letter last month "clarifying some facts about Medal of Honor
." It seems there's still a possibility that this October's release will be available on military bases after all.