Excerpt: My mum & dad bought this game for me originally, it was a good few years back and it was a Christmas present that I had asked for but did not really want. I had given them the choice between this game and Need for Speed Underground as both of these were new out for the GameCube and they got me this...
Pros: Two player co - op, interesting missions and good multiplayer .
Cons: Poor A . I . and weapons are not as accurate as they really should be .
Summary: I was over at my friend's house when he showed me this game, and it was really cool. I had a lot of fun and it was very realistic, but my friend and I beat it in three hours. He oviously knew how to do some stuff, but I had never even heard of it before.
Summary: When I first played MOH Frontline, I was amazed, the only thing that I felt diseheartened about was the backgrounds, yet on Rising Sun, they've tweaked the graphics and backgrounds, and created a brill game! Wicked!
A bit disappointed by the short/easy-ness of the game
13 June 2004
Summary: Hum, I bought this game a week ago and finished it, whilst not playing that intensively. The missions are good, but lack a bit of challenge and there's not many of them. I would rather recommend MOH Allied Assault, which is all in all a better game. I still have to try the co-operative mode though.
Summary: I loved the nintendo Frontline game, despite some slowdown it was an engaging game which made you feel like you were there. The details, music and scenarios were perfect. None of this translates to Rising Sun which - although a fairly good shoot 'em up just lacks soul.
Summary: After leaving itself a hard act to follow with Frontline/Allied Assault, Electronic Arts has pulled out all the stops for this game. The graphics are better, the levels more challenging and the fighting just a whole lot more fun!!
Summary: Having been a great fan of EA's Medal of Honor on the PC, I was delighted to see a version available for Gamecube - and a new version, rather than a straight translation. Unfortunately, what was a tremendous game on the PC (with a top-end graphics card) just doesn't come across nearly as well on the...