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The Medal of Honor: Heroes provides gamers the chance to take all the epic, authentic World War II action of Medal of Honor on the PSP. With a unique storyline and PSP-specific feature set, players experience a totally new single player campaign and choose from six different Multi-player modes within 15 different maps, while participating in wireless Multi-player sessions with up to 32 players or choose to play with up to 8 players across the room in a local Ad hoc game. It a…See more
The Medal of Honor: Heroes provides gamers the chance to take all the epic, authentic World War II action of Medal of Honor on the PSP. With a unique storyline and PSP-specific feature set, players experience a totally new single player campaign and choose from six different Multi-player modes within 15 different maps, while participating in wireless Multi-player sessions with up to 32 players or choose to play with up to 8 players across the room in a local Ad hoc game. It also enable player to unlock over 20 classic characters to use in multi-player games.
In this addition to the Medal of Honor franchise, you can choose to play as three different characters such as Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson star of the original Medal of Honor, and Medal of Honor: Frontline, in an untold chapter of his time in Holland as part of Operation Market Garden. Play as Sergeant John Baker from Medal of Honor: Allied Assault Breakthrough, and sabotage German defences on the Italian coastline to help the invasion forces crack Hitler’s iron hold on Europe or Lieutenant William Holt from Medal of Honor: European Assault, and return to the Ardennes Forest during the Battle of the Bulge to complete unfinished business for the OSS. This World War II-themed shooter features a large amount of unlockable items like new uniforms as well as the ability to complete any mission or campaign that involve capturing or destroying certain objectives on varying difficulty levels. Game modes include Campaign, Skirmish and Multi-player. The Campaign mode is basically a story mode missions with objectives. Completing Primary and Secondary objectives in games unlock bonuses such as unique uniforms (uniform such as Navy Gunner and German Pajamas) for online multi-player play. There are also rewards such as badges for doing well in campaign mode such as killing 50 people in campaign mode plus Ranks movement, where you start out as a private and advance all the way to a captain level. Skirmish is a battle between you and AIs, nothing but a free for all death-match where player should try this game mode before competing against real players in the multi-player game mode. It has a “Quickplay” mission that allows players to jump right into the action or customize mission scenarios for added re-playability. Multi-player allows you to compete against up to 7 opponents via ad hoc or up to 32 enemies via infrastructure. There are 6 game modes for the multi-player to choose from such as Death-Match, Infiltration, Domination, Demolitions, Hold the Line and Battlelines. Death-Match is between you versus all. Infiltration is basically CTF, with 3 caps to win a round. Domination is the same as king of the hill, with different key points to secure and hold. Demolition is like bomb diffusion in CS, the allies have 1 of 2 bombsites to bomb while the axis has to prevent any of them from being bombed. In Hold the Line, the allies and axis fight to secure and hold one point in the map. For Battlelines, the axis and allies must hold various key points on the map to score. It is rated as T (Teen) by ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) with detail description of violence. The rating by ESRB is designed to provide concise and impartial information about the content in computer and video games so that consumers, especially parents, can make an informed purchase decision. The Medal of Honor: Heroes is published by Electronic Arts, developed by EA Canada/Los Angeles released on the 23rd October, 2006 and it falls under the genre category of First-Person Shooter plus it is easy to learn even for beginners with an estimated learning curve time of up to 30 minutes.See less