Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
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Fun, but over too soon.
gamergirl12345 , GameStop
5 December 2014
Summary: First, on my recommendation, this is really for teenage casual gamers. The game itself has a really cool setting and the pre-level video briefings are really cool. I like how the developers included paper instructions in case you missed something in the briefing. I loved the story behind the game, but I think there could've been more levels with a greater variety of tasks.
Summary: This was meant to be a Christmas gift but it showed up by mail before Christmas. My nephew was the intended receipient and he found it in the mail. He was so excited, he wanted to open it before Christmas.
Summary: *****EDIT: As of 8/16/11, EA shut down the servers that ran the multiplayer portion of MOH:H2. You cannot log online to play against others in online matches anymore.***** I remember the hype and attention this game got right before it was released for the Wii. It promised a premiere FPS experience with precise aiming controls with the Wii Remote, support for the Wii Zapper, single player modes, a tutorial and online multi-player modes featuring matches that can host up...
Summary: Medal of Honor has been around for a long time, but not many of their games are good. This one is actually a decent game. The campaign ranges from 3 to 8 hours long, dependong on the difficulty. The game has an awesome soundtrack which impressed me alot. The graphics in this game are not very good, they liik like cod 5 from the ps2, but the gameplay makes up for the poor graphics. The controls are okay, but you can always go to the options to change things around.
Summary: I really had a good time playing this game. It was so much fun to use the Wii remote to shoot and reload. The sound coming through the remote, really gave you the feeling of having the actual weapon in your hand. I had no problems with the graphics. It was especially fun to use the sniper rifles as well as the grenades. the AI could have been a little better. They were not as good as they were in MOH:Frontline. I beat the game in Veteran Mode.
Summary: This game is really fun. the sounds are awesome and it has a variety of weapons. there is only 2 things wrong with it. 1 when you look at the peoples legos in multi player it looks like they are walking sideways. 2There needs to be more levels. there is only like 8 of them. But overall this game is pretty darn good.Multiplayer is a must!!! it is awesome! you get to play with other people around the world! up to 32 players! This game is great for beginners.
Summary: i bought the game recently,not a gamer,just an old guy who likes shooting things.got the wii version,i use it with the nunchuck and pistol,took me a while to get used to the controls.i play it a few hours a week, and just got to the last leg on the easiest mission, ive tried for days to get through it and cant,u only get 5 mins to open all the doors must have died about fifty times.
Summary: ive had this game for a while. the story stinks theres only like 8 missions. theres a few challenges but not many. Online is great but not excellent. in every game you have a hacker. unless you go on in the morning but afternoon someone is 75 and 0. So ANNOYING! but its worth giving a try. for a few days. when i first saw it i thought WOAH! 32 person online. but after a year and a half its just not fun anymore. Due to hackers.
Summary: This game was purchased for my 12 year old son. Up to this point, we didn't allow him to play any kind of "shooting" game. We've always defined "shooting" as shooting at people. He has had Ratchet & Clank, which is much more cartoony. Compared to some other games in this genre, this game seemed to be the least violent. There are no exploding heads, or limbs falling off, or anything else that might cause nightmares or psychotic behavior.