Summary: i was in gamestop and i saw this shooter game for gameboy, i was supriesd so i bought it because it was only 5 bucks. i cant even begin on how aweful it is. the enemies are just blue blobs with limbs, and so far there have only been two guns specificly named "machine gun, and"pistol". every thing is blurry. so i just completey stopped playing because i cant take it, beleive me this game sucks.
Summary: This game is of unseen poor quality. The picture is pasty although the scenery is halfway decent, the soldiers unrecognisable and the frame rate is reminiscent of trying to play half life for pc on a 100mhz. As said above, the sound is the only slightly good thing in this game, but it just isn't revolutionary. Dont buy because of the brand name. I have the pc version and it's brilliant, but this... Nightfire is a much better idea!
Summary: ...so I was glad to read nithron's review. I bought and am enjoying 007 Nightfire for the GBA, and was hoping that MOH would be a similarly good title. However, comparing the two shows MOH to be severely lacking. As the previous review points out, the graphics are terrible. The floor isn't textured - presumably to reduce processor load - and yet the animation is still very jerky.
Summary: ...And somewhere in the lingering depths of mid-range mediocrity we find a horribly crafted peice of pure electronic torture masquerading as some horribly cruel parody of a game. Yes, this game is terrible. No, you can't explain it with words, and no, don't go near it. Of course, i'd rather not write a typical "THIS GAM SUKS" review, and therefore i've decided to put some reasoning behind the argument.