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.
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 3, and especially you Far Cry Vengeance).
Excerpt: The Medal of Honor franchise has been busy as of late. After releasing Medal of Honor Heroes on PSP last fall, EA has published Medal of Honor Vanguard for PS2 and Wii, Medal of Honor Airborne for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, and Medal of Honor Heroes 2 for PSP and Wii. Is the second Heroes and fourth Medal of Honor game in a year worth your gaming time in a holiday season as packed as 2007? Yes it is.
Excerpt: What happens when EA takes the Medal of Honor series and combines it with the Wii’s control system? Something not often found coming out of the doors of EA- a game worth picking up. If you’re a FPS (first person shooter) player (and you most probably are in the 99% of the gamers who have picked up a FPS at some point) you’ve probably already heard of the now established Medal of Honor series.
Pros: Best FPS controls to date, Enjoyable single player campaign, Short load times keep you in the action, As is the single player arcade mode, lag free 32 player online matches
Cons: Bad AI for both enemies and team mates, Lack of sound, No local multiplayer of any kind, Lack of different weapons
Excerpt: It's almost a cliché of a cliché, moaning about how World War II is overplayed in war games. "Aren't there other wars to choose from?" is the question routinely asked by bitter games reviewers across the world as they find themselves stuck in the muddy trenches fighting the Germans... again, finding out they're developing a new superweapon... again, and that we're the only ones to stop them... again.