Summary: Medal of Honor for PSP is a good first-person shooter that takes place during World War II and has a lot to offer, from unlockable costumes to plenty of awards. Medal of honor is a must for FPS fans.
Summary: Our nation's highest decoration for military valor has come to the Sony PSP. For the PSP, shooters can be tricky. For gamers accustomed to the dual stick layout of an X-Box, a 360, or a PS/1/2/3, this game takes a little getting used to. Once you're there, the gameplay goes well enough. The game itself is a typical MoH game. That is to say, it's a WWII shooter. It simply features different missions and maps than other MoH games.
Summary: I just picked up a PSP Daxter bundle, with five more games (not including the game with the bundle), including this one. I was eager for some FPS WWII action and some godd multiplayer on the go. Sadly, this game doesn't rise above average. First, let me start with the controls. This is how to do a FPS on the PSP. One uses the X, O, triangle, and square buttons to look around and the analog stick to move.
Summary: The game is a lot of fun to play. The graphics are good and the action is intense. Yet, my greatest problem with this, and with a whole lot of today's games, is that it is way too short. Ten hours or less of game play to beat a first person shooter is far too short to make it worth the purchase price.
Summary: EA just wasn't with it this time around. I'll start off with single player. I'd have to say each mission is exactly the same, there's just no change. Everything is about holding a certain area, there's just no change. There's really only a few weapons worth using, and the physics just aren't there.
Summary: Well, I had been playing the excellent SOCOM Seal games and I decided to pick up Medal of Honor as I had hoped it would be another shooter of the same quality. Nothing makes sense. I'm playing green level (easy play, limited unlockables) because I like to play the stories through before going back and playing at harder levels. You can't clear an area. You move in and clear a building, doing all the right things.
Summary: Right now I completed 5 boards and I am still unsure about this game. The controls are hard on the hands. The game play is pretty bad - the guy you play moves around sluggishly and the AI is really bad. Overall movement is horrible. Graphics are outstanding and thats about it. Online play is pretty bad - everyone sluggishly moves around like drunks. TERRIBLE. The folks that give this game a 5 are nuts.
Summary: I bought this game along with Call of Duty: Roads to Victory and I definately prefer COD. The storyline in both games is good but in MOH every level is very basic. The majority of the levels involve capturing and defending a flag in the middle of a map while in COD every level is different and you face different challenges around every corner. I also found the controls on MOH very diificult to master while COD was a lot easier.