Summary: I bought this game recently because it was something I forgot to include in my MOH collection. Gameplay is not as adventurous as previous PS2 MOH titles. Not as theatrical either. This game overall is OK.
Summary: I've played every MOH game, and this ranks average. It's not as good as European Assault, and not even in the same ball park as Airborne. If you want to play all of the MOH games, then get this too. If you are looking for fun and quality, then skip this one.
Summary: Yes, its yet another WW2 fps. The only difference is te airborne aspect, which plays a minimal role in the game. Not much is given to change the formulas here, so the choice to get the same game youve played 50 times before is yours.
Summary: im no expert in giving the right kinda rate and i dosn't help if you havn't played it before.The big question is will it live up to to the last game?Will you get your own set of recruits to help?Mini quests in each mission?The abbilty to kill a leader?
Summary: The Medal of Honor series pretty much cemented the WWII shooter genre into the console market with the first one being on the original Playstation and receiving rave reviews. After 11 (or more) different games on consoles, handhelds and PC. This series, and it's genre are tired.
Summary: In what is most likely the final Medal Of Honor game for the PS2, its mostly fun in an undemanding way, but possibly more for Medal Of Honor completists. It lacks the depth of levels which made the previous games so good, and it does feel slightly the makers were on auto-pilot when they conceived...
Summary: I bought this game as practice so I could finally beat my cousin in a deathmatch. I don't really like first player games, as I'm no good at them, so I was a bit suprised when after only three days of on and off playing, I'd completed it.
Summary: I always look forward to Medal of Honor releases, ever since I had the joy of playing the original game back in 1999. The game play is classic medal of honor. The levels are split between 4 campaigns taking you from the D-day landings to Operation Market Garden.