Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
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Medal of Honor Heroes 2
Game Over Online
30 January 2015
Excerpt: I must admit, I didn’t have high expectations for Medal of Honor Heroes 2 when I fired it up on the Wii, for a couple of reasons. One, developers have had a tough time implementing the console’s unique control scheme, resulting in some very flat first-person shooters (I’m looking at you Call of Duty...
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.
Excerpt: "This game handles really well," I immediately thought to myself upon easing into the first level of Heroes 2 for Wii. Even though the moderately polished graphics are nothing to gawk at, and despite the overused World War II setting, EA's latest installment in the long-running Medal of Honor series...
Conclusion: to some good use though. Melee attacks are activated by thrusting the both hands forward and, my favorite, when you switch to the bazooka or panzershrek you take aim by holding the Wii Remote on your shoulder (and controlling the sight with the Nunchuck's stick).
Summary: EA has been mining the Medal of Honor series since 1999, and apparently the games keep selling, because EA just keeps making them. The PSP saw its first WW2 shooter last year with Medal of Honor Heroes, a game praised for successfully translating the formula to a portable system.