Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
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Value for money 2
Sound quality 6
The old classic experience
22 April 2011
Excerpt: "Medal of Honor : Rising Sun is a pretty basic, but rather good shooter game. The campaign is fun, you can do co-op Campaign which is a very nice feature to the game, but still small storyline. The multiplayer is very very basic, two teams, only Team DeathMatch or Free-For-All, and theres AI, up to 8 persons at the time ( Max of 2 humans, the rest are bots ). The maps are nice but nothing compared the the moderns games, the graphics are pretty poor. ...
Pros: Simple controls, Co - op Campaign
Cons: Too basic for most peoples, poor graphics, poor sounds, few features .
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (PS2): This game earns no Medals!
14 August 2009
Summary: Medal of Honor Rising sun is a shooter for the Playstation 2 developed by EA games. The games story follows a soldier named Joe Griffin, the game starts off at the Pearl Harbour battle and guides you through the some of the conflicts of World War 2. The gamplay has you and your squad who you sometimes converse with going through various scenarios destroying the Japanese forces aided sometimes by your Japanese ally Tenaka who you grow to like over the course of the game .
Pros: Solid shooter action, adds online play
Cons: Controls feel slightly awkward, to much one man army gameplay
Excerpt: "When the original Medal Of Honor burst onto the scene in 1999, it became the mother of all 'sleeper' hits. Not only was it enjoyable, atmospheric and brilliantly designed, it represented one of a very select number of FPS games to have worked effectively on the PlayStation format. With MOH selling well and EA pulling the strings, it was perhaps no great surprise to see the series output upped for the PS2 - four entries having appeared on the console. ...
Excerpt: "I bought this game a few years ago, after watching the trailor on T.V. So, i go to the shop, get it for £29.99, rush home, grabbed a pack of smokes and popped the disk in. I was amazed at the graphics, its a VERY relistic game, explosions, buildings, everything is outstanding. From the little things, like watching small bits of grass sway back and forth in the light wind to a building or tank being blown, The pieces flying towards your direction, ...
Excerpt: "...the game expecting the usual Medal Of Honor experience, gritty realistic graphics, oozing in atmosphere and playability and to some extent thats what I got. However my enjoyable gaming experience was cut very short by a main single-player that lasted the wrong side of 6 hours, and a lack of Nazi' - come on they're what made MOH so fun. The first two levels as not as impressive as Omaha beach from Frontline, but still have a great cinematics feel ...
Pros: Great Atmosphere, First two levels are very impressive, levels are quite long
Cons: 'Concrete jungle' Can't shoot through trees, very linear, too short, poor multiplayer
Excerpt: "Ever since the Medal Of Honour games were launched for the Playstation I have always been a fan and after playing the brilliant Medal Of Honour Frontline was keen to get my hands on the latest version. For those of you that don't know the Medal Of Honour games are first person shooters based on various events of the second world war. I purchased the game from Argos in December 2003 shortly after it's release for £29.99. BACKGROUND Rising Sun ...
Pros: Very Realistic, Excellent Graphics, Larger Levels Than Frontline
Cons: Easier Than Frontline, Nothing to Go Back Too
Excerpt: "...onwards, against the rampant Japanese. Yes, Medal of Honor is back again, this time you are fighting against the Japanese, but first I have to say, THE GRAPHICS AND SOUND IN THIS GAME ARE AWESOME! There are over 20 authentic WW2 weapons, including the welrod, shotgun, sniper rifle, bazzoka and grenades. They all sound realistic and look like they would have done in real life. The graphics of the surroundings is also great, the trees the (3d) ...
Excerpt: "...game more than that of Medal Of Honour: Rising Sun. I can truthfully say that Frontline is by far and away my most favourite game i have ever had on the PS2. So i am sure you can guess how excited i was when i first got my hands on the second instalment of MOF. At first i was impressed with it but i have to admit the more i played the less impressed i got. The game starts off with a real intensity, below the decks of a battleship you have to fight ...