Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
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Value for money 8
Sound quality 8
MOH Rising Sun is a good game on the GameCube.
5 December 2014
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 when I really wanted Underground but I had picked two games in case one of them was not available.
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: As a sequel to "Frontline" it's a bit of a let down. Graphics aren't nearly as good and are less realistic. At times I found it hard to see where I was going, especially in jungles, and I found some level layouts a bit confusing and got lost. The soundtrack isn't nearly as good (but the soundtrack in "Frontline" was awesome so maybe I'm being unfair).
Summary: I am writing this review to say the graphics of this game i enjoyed playing this game first time round and the missions had interesting story lines. After i completed this game i found it boring to re-do the missions to improve my score. The missions are all very basic there isn't many differences between each mission also the story lines are very repetitive also the story line is very complicated. It also didn't take me very long to complete the game.
Summary: Considering the age of the 'Cube and the age of this game, it's not a bad title to play. I've seen better graphics from other 'cube games of a similar age though - I obviously don't expect 360 type graphics. The game-play itself leaves a lot to be desired, mainly due to the nightmare of trying to aim the weapon to successfully hit the enemy - each man can take a while to take down as the cross-hair frustratingly dances off and over the target just when you think you've...
Summary: This is now the second time I've bought this game, and I still like it. I am yet to re-immerse myself in the campaign mode, which is where the game is supposedly weakest. Plenty of people who review this game seem to review the campaign mode the most, saying all the missions are too linear which they are and how they get quite repetitive, which they slightly do.
Summary: i bought this game after playing frontline with high expectations. unfortunatly i was dissapointed. i found the gameplay wasnt bad but after a while it was just so boring. all you do is run around and shoot people, and for some people this sounds good but trust me, it really isnt, it is terrible. some missions dont have any point and some are tedious. really dont buy this game. if u want a war shooter buy MOH frontline. i hope this was useful.
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. It is definitely fun, but there are only eight levels, which was a huge disappointment. The other strange thing is that for whatever reason, the makers made Rising Sun into two discs.
Summary: This game is ok for a while but soon becomes repetetive and is not as good as other Medal of Honor games. I would have given it 2 and a half stars but i couldnt. The reason that i gave this game as high as i did is that the multiplayer is quite good. But if you want to buy you first Medal of Honor game do not get this as it will not give you a good impression of the series.