Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
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22 May 2013
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: 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: Don't spend your hard earned money on this game - it's ok...but the graphics are not as good as frontline and once you've completed it (you will, quickly) there's not much - you won't want to play it on single player again as the gameplay is simply get to a machine gun, a wave of japanese attack you, you kill them easily, and repeat process - soon gets very boring. Don't buy this one, buy Frontline, it is a hundred times better.
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 GC. It's not that it's a bad game - the story lines are engaging and the missions generally well-paced - but it just doesn't seem to be the thing that works best on Nintendo.
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. I played Frontline and felt every bullet, but Rising Sun became a chore.