Reviews and Problems with Medal Of Honor: Heroes (Platinum)
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Good but not as good as the big screen versions
Mr. Ross Maynard, amazon.co.uk
9 December 2010
Summary: Although I love MOH and COD for the PC, it took me a while to get into this game on the PSP. The controls are a bit fiddly but the biggest problem is the screen size - you can't seen what's going on very well or where the enemy are. In addition, the scenarios tend to look the same after a while.
Excerpt: I love the Medal of Honour games for the PC, and so went into the PSP version, Heroes, with tepid expectations. However, it's a pretty good game that makes the best of the PSP, pitting you as a team of Allied soldiers across over a dozen missions, delivering the great gameplay and cinematic feel we are no doubt used to.
Excerpt: Everyone by now know shte Medal of Honour series, theyr'e all vbased on war, mostly Wrold War 2 and all of them are pretty well renound for being very good looking and well executed shooters. Of course that was all before they hit the handheld. So would moving to the PSP hamper their success? Well we find out here with Medal of Honor - Heroes.
Excerpt: Medal of Honor Heroes is testament to the fact that a successful first person shooter war game can be transferred to the psp. It's easy to master - only took about half-an-hour to get to grips with all of the commands probably due to the nice and steady approach through the first stages which guide you on your way.