Reviews and Problems with Medal of Honor: Vanguard
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Fun game for small children just learning how to play video games!
20 February 2015
Summary: I bought this game for my son, who just turned 5, and he loves it. The game is pretty easy to navigate and the graphics are actually pretty good for such a low-budget game. If you are going to buy this game for a young kid, there are a few things you need to know though: 1-The game requires being able to read. A lot of times you will find a written letter and it will tell you what to do. Most letters are read out loud by the character, but not all of them.
A little challenging to use but well-liked. First Frights is better.
20 October 2014
Summary: The double controlers are challenging for little kids (ex: nunchuk). If it needed just one controller like the first Scooby Doo game (First Frights) then it would be great. Played it a lot. Storylines were interesting especially the snow and Mexico stories. Wish there was a third game. We loved First Frights! That game was easier to use and had so many characters that you could play it repeatedly for trophies.
Summary: The game is fun but my 4 year old still has trouble following along and doing the different games. He is getting the hang of it but I wouldn't buy for younger unless they are really good at other wii games.
Summary: If you are expecting to buy your toddler or preschooler a wii game and have them pick up the remote and be experts, it is not going to happen. Also, just because your child can operate a ipod/ipad doesn't mean they will pick up the wii and be a master at 2, 3, or 4. The wii requires, no matter what game you are having your child play, aim and control. The wii is for motion, not just pressing buttons. However, this can be learned, even by a 3 year old.
Summary: My kids are preschool aged at 3 & 4 and they really love playing this game. I rated it at 4 stars for two reasons, I feel like there is a lot of Jibber jabber going on when you are playing the game during which you can't do anything play wise, you have to wait until the character is done talking.