Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Vanguard
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Frustrating for 3 yr old
Christopher Asbach "pidmaster", Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: It's hard for my 3 year old to understand tilting the wii remote to get through all the menus and games. She gets frustrated very quickly. Would have been nice if you could use the directional pad like she's used to also.
Summary: my 3yr old son has to do the actions several times before they are actually picked up by the game. Every other game he does just fine but these sesame street ones are very particular/exact to where the game isn't nearly as much fun as we expected.
Summary: Tried to play it, but I do a better job at having fun with the alphabet. Little ones cant do it with out alot of help from mommy. Not even our 5 year old that loves video games and might be better than his daddy at most!
Summary: When I first picked up this game, I was thinking that it was like the other MOH's: long, easy-to-tough missions, and fun. I WAS SORELY DISSAPOINTED!! This game is way too easy (even on veteran/normal), the game (even though the disc was a little scratched) lagged, and made no attempt to turn the character when I moved the Wiimote left and right, and it just made me wanna rig my wii to play PSX and PS2 games... Only get this if you want to...
Summary: I got this for my daughter for christmas. We opened it today and tried our very best to play it but the way in which you have to use the remote is just frustrating. In addition to that, Elmo and Zoe are CONSTANTLY telling you how to move the remote if you dont do it fast enough. On some of the games my daughter would do exactly what the directions said (as would I) and the characters would tell her she was wrong.
Summary: This game was very challenging and fun 'til I found out it only had two missions? That was really not what I wanted because I wasted almost $25 on a game I completed in at least 6-8 hours! The game really needs a map, because it gets confusing after a bit. Great-ish game, but I suggest adding more levels and a map.
Summary: My five year old thinks that this game is slow and too easy. The graphics really are not that good either. My two year has trouble playing this. It might be more appropriate for 3 and 4 year olds. Once the kid can read, the game is a little numbing. I would not purchase this again. Instead try the Dora games. My 5 year old thinks that they are more fun and has learned too.
Summary: My son is getting ready for pre-school and I thought this would be a great way for him to learn and have fun. He played it for maybe half an hour and told me he didn't like it and wanted to play a different game. He plays Scooby Doo all the time on his own for the most part and loves it. This one he got bored really quick.