Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
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good solid fun, for a bargain as well!
M. T. Carr, amazon.co.uk
7 April 2010
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 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: 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!! I'm not going to describe any levels so I won't spoil it for anyone but the second is my favourite. The controls are slightly harder then on the PS or PC but once you get the hang of it there is no stopping the violence and mayham!
Summary: 1.Einleitung 2.Spielmodi 3.Steuerung 4.Preis 5.Eigene Meinung Einleitung: Medal of Honor Rising Sun ist ein Ego Shooter bei dem man sich im Kampf gegen den Computer im Einzelspieler Modus oder gegen bis zu Vier Freunde im Multiplayer Modus durchsetzten muss. Mehr als 20 authentische Waffen und dutzend grafisch sehr gut dargestellte Level machen das Spiel sehr realistisch. Am 7.