Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
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Sound quality 8
more like setting sun
27 October 2004
Excerpt: "...Electronic Arts must expect the Medal of Honor games to sell solely on the strength of their name alone. The newest game in the acclaimed World War II-themed series of shooters, subtitled Rising Sun, adopts the same formula used by its predecessors, but it's fraught with lots of minor gameplay problems that eventually add up to one major headache. Rising Sun isn't completely without merit, since it comes packaged with some nice extra materials and ...
Excerpt: "RUBBISH, more like a dodgy soap opera meets arcade light gun game rather than the high quality shoot m ups we came to love and respect. I managed to complete this game in less than 4 hours at the first attempt on normal difficulty. The game play was awful. The idea was good but the execusion was awful. I bought it expecting similar strategies and tactics to the other three games, instead your running through a jungle for most of the game with enemies ...
Excerpt: "...of action rival that of Medal of Honour: Rising Suns’ predecessor Frontline, which places you in the middle of the terrifying Normandy Landings. These computerised recreations of war have become renowned for their gritty opening sequences, instilling adrenaline and panic in the participant. I can’t really argue against the assertion that these are among the most exciting passages of play in any videogame, full stop. Is this initial inspiration mirrored ...
Pros: Mindless Shooting
Cons: Frustrating | Shoddy Implementation | Short - lived
Excerpt: Wenas Eh jugado a todos los otros moh y me an parecido de lo mejorcito, pero esta entrega me lleva a decir lo contrario. Para empezar el juego es demasiado corto. La historia... es aceptable y los graficos, tambien pero por los pelos de un calvo :D Prefiero sin duda alguna moh: frontline, en las playas de normandia, antes q estar dando vueltas por la selva enzima de un elefante sin saber q azer.