Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor Rising Sun
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What happend EA
Kyle Malvey, Amazon
27 March 2004
Summary: MOH:Frontline,the first game I got.I loved it.With 20 levels I thought the second was the same.Thanks alot EA for ruining the best WW2 franchise ever.And that one guy that said they looked alike and EA did it for money..
Summary: Dont listen to the people who say it is stupid and too short. It is a little short. But the levels are bigger and take longer to beat. It gets more involved in your family and you. You play as Joseph Griffin. A U.S. Marine. If u like war games you should buy this game.
Summary: Rising Sun is a pretty good game--except it's short. How short? Well, there are only eight missions here compared to Frontline's NINETEEN, which makes it half a game. Or actually less than half a game.
Summary: The 2 Player Cooperative Genre is a small genre indeed. It had it's fun in Arcades with such games like Gauntlet. It was popular in the Nintendo world with Ikari Warriors and other hack and slash games as well.
Summary: I was introduced to MOH a couple of years ago. SO I thought this year I would buy the new one. After 6 hours I had completed the whole game. This game sucked. The graphics were so-so and the action was deplorable. Here is the real kicker, try to go to EA Games and send feedback about the game.
Summary: Extra, extra, read all about it. The latest MOH is not as good as the last one, Front Line. Not to say that I didn't enjoy it. I particularly liked shooting down Japanese aircraft onboard a ship and engaging enemies in the dense woods, but the graphics took a step backwards.
Summary: As the Sequel to MoH: Frontline I tought MoH: Rising sun would be the best game EVER, but I soon dicovered that it was nothing more than a cheezy scam in order to make money, the best part of the whole game is the opening, when your in Pearl Harbor defending a ship. And that's vaguely satisfying.
Summary: I don't like it. I bought this game to help justify buying the modem and headset for PS2. Didn't work. There' s only 2 modes of online play. Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch. Either way all you can do is run around shooting. You can respawn anywhere, usually right in front of or behind the enemy.
Summary: I can't even express how hugely disappointed I am with this game, I don't even know where to start. For one thing it's total crap in comparison to Frontline. It's way too short (I've had for a little more than a week and have beat it on normal and hard), it's too easy (set at 'hard' is about as...
Summary: Being a veteran of many OSS missions dating back to the first Medal of Honor game, Rising Sun was as familiar as slipping on a favorite pair of slippers. For me at least the formula has yet to wear out.