Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
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Good in its' day
29 February 2012
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 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.
Summary: Oh dear. Where on earth to begin? Let's get something clear: I am probably a little biased. Being a PC gamer I am used to highly responsive setups with a huge range of adjustability for all your murderous needs, so perhaps I will be a little unfair to the cube in the next few venomous paragraphs. This is not a very good game to play.
A bit disappointed by the short/easy-ness of the game
haiku2003 "haiku2003", amazon.co.uk
4 December 2003
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.