Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
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Medal of Honor Heroes 2 Wii Review
29 May 2010
Excerpt: Medal of Honor Vanguard, like other FPS’s on the Wii before it, didn’t allow us to get as intimate with the controls as we might have liked, as quite simply they just weren’t up to scratch. With that said I approached Medal of Honor Heroes 2 cautiously and soon came to the realisation that the game isn’t only an enjoyable instalment in the series but also an extremely smooth one.
Summary: It's June 6th, 1944, and the war is in your hands. Step into the boots of OSS Operative John Berg and infiltrate Normandy from behind enemy lines to undermine the Nazi regime. Just like the recent Madden 08 announcement, the Wii edition will include an all-new arcade mode that simplifies gameplay for players of all skill levels.
Summary: Medal of Honor Heroes 2 is not without its hiccups, but ultimately is the finest FPS experience you can have on the Wii. Add to that online play and you have a winning combination that needs to be experienced by Wii players.
Excerpt: Each time I pop a new first-person shooter into my PSP I do so with some apprehension. How the company that pretty much pioneered the two-stick controller could have left a second stick off of the PSP is beyond me, and shooters on the system have always suffered because of this oversight.
Excerpt: Early in the Wii's life I didn't have much faith in the Wii Remote as a tool for good first-person shooters. Then Metroid Prime 3 came along and re-wrote the rule book on Wii FPS control, bringing with it hope that the genre could have success on the Wii. Now, considerably later than it arrived in the US, Wii owners have Medal of Honor Heroes 2 from EA - a game that tries to be both a first-person shooter and a light-gun shooter.
Excerpt: Next to sports titles and racers, First Person Shooters (FPS) make up one of the most populous genres across most gaming platforms. Though being born through the PC, FPS have settled in nicely among the various past and current generation consoles. Gamers are far from short on choice when it comes to the FPS genre and there\’s a wide variety of FPS shooters out there ranging in style and ultimately, quality.