Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor Rising Sun
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Good Co-op Missions
PikminHunter3 , GameStop
25 November 2013
Summary: This was a good game for the price. I liked that it had both co-op missions and multiplayer battle mode. The guns were nice, I liked their weapons. The graphics were pretty bad though. It is the worst of all of the Medal of Honor games. I would recommend this if you wanted to try out all of the Medal of Honors. There is one super fun level where you get to go through a network of sewers under the street.
Summary: This game is an excellent World War II first person shooter. I will admit that Medal Of Honor Frontline was better and in my opinion the best Medal Of Honor game on the PlayStation 2. But Rising Sun doesn't disappoint. I wish the game was just at least another level or two longer.
Summary: Medal Of Honor Rising Sun is based all on fighting the Japanese. This game was released a couple of years after Frontline. The graphics are about the same as Frontline. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed this game. The soundtrack is descent, but not as great as the soundtrack for Frontline. There aren't as many missions for Rising Sun either. I kind of wish there where at least a couple more missions in the game. Gameplay is excellent and the storyline is as well.
Summary: This game was a game I played over and over when I was young, and I still play it today! Now I think Frontline was better, but Rising Sun is still an excellent game! The soundtrack isn't as amazing as Frontline's soundtrack, but still a great soundtrack. The graphics are good, controls are good, overall an excellent game to have! Worth the buy, I wish they would re-master this game like they did Frontline for PS3!
Summary: A very fun and realistic game, it really makes you feel like you're immersed in the experience, and it's different from Call of Duty in a lot of ways. A classic for the PS2. Next time you're at your local GameStop, search for this game. Enjoy.
Summary: This could be where Electronic Arts started to care less about the Medal Of Honor series. Rising Sun is set in the Pacific Theatre of World War 2. Even though the missions are somewhat long, there is still not enough gameplay! This game could've used a couple more missions. The ending was terrible. The soundtrack was descent, but maybe they should've let Michael Giacchino make this soundtrack as well! No offense to Christopher Lennertz.
Summary: This was a decent game. The graphics were "good", but not "great." The sound was awsome. You can play 2 players or 4 with Multi-tap. If you're playing alone, but want to play with other players, that's why they give the option to play around with bots! I also like that you can have custom controlls.
Summary: THE GOOD- good sense of interaction with the envirnment, many different guns that all pack a punch, if you take an enemy turrent the enemy will charge at you, turrents make you fell indistructuble, great level designs especialy the hotel, many bonus missions. THE OK- I found that you will need to play this game with the volume turned down because the gunfire sounds are too loud but you can probably fix that in the options, the way you save the game is you find save icons...
Summary: Its a good sequel to one of my favorite ps2 games medal of honor frontline. This game goes to the bombing of pearl harbor which is one of my favorite ww2 event (to study about) this game has multiplayer unlike the prequel. overall better than its prequel.