Summary: One of the first times that I felt like I was playing a real game on the original Wii. This game opened my eyes to the glory of multiplayer matches, so it hold sa special place in my heart. I would say it was worth a purchase if you play the Wii. I kind of doubt that the multiplayer thrives still like it did back when I played. I haven't actually even owned an original Wii in almost 5 years. The graphics are bad, but what do you expect from the Wii?
Summary: This is a replacement for a game I bought in error for a Wii U. We don't have that console; we just have the Wii and it was a birthday gift. This arrived very quickly so I am very happy with the seller.
Summary: I found the Wii with the zapper control to be the most fun game system I ever played. The shooter games are limited, but if you look around there are enough to have somewhat of a variety. This game is a blast, both fun and tough at the same time. Great chance to try out that Zapper. A more Zapper friendly game. No complaint about the graphics, I knew it was a Wii when I bought it.
Summary: Medal of Honor: Vangaurd was one of the first and best shooter games I ever played. It was evident after your first battle thatb this wasn't any old shooter. Unlike games such as Call of Duty, where your the tough guy dual weilding C774's who slowly walks down a hallway implanting a bullet in each persons head (in slow-mo of course) while wearing sunglasses and smoking a cigar, Vangaurd let you see the true nature of battle.
Summary: The Good: Great controls, great online multiplayer, extra arcade mode is fun The Bad: Campaign is about as boring and short as WWII games can get, underwhelming graphics, enough with the WWII EA! I played the PSP version several months ago (check out my review for that version) and I was really let down. The game was extremely tough even on the easier difficulties, and the campaign was short and boring.