Medal of Honor: Rising Sun User Reviews
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The way you move is crucial. Strafing is great with a shotgun or machine gun. Always have a destination in mind don't just run out for the hell of it. When you get good at strafing the master circling your opponents while firing. If get skilled like me then change directions while circling you opponents to upset aim. You can also put in a crouch here and there but don't stay that way for long because you will move slower and be an easy target.
If you have a gamecube change the close range strike to the x button then change the weapon change button to the c...
This is another great game in the MOH series. The graphics in most parts are excellent and especially funny at times with the Popeye arms and men in hats cheats, plus as always great and sometimes eerie music. This instalment is much more challenging because your accuracy matters (70-75%) to get a gold rating, as well as the number of hits taken and of course, the number of kills made.
Soldiers sometimes are stuck behind trees, and your allies do not cover your back as well as you cover theirs. However, the most disappointing aspect is the shortness of this game. There are 9 missions in all with the first 2 concentrated on the Pearl Harbour attack which are quite short and have no man on man combat. Having said that the shooting down of Japanese planes is quite difficult and entertaining. The climax may also be disappointing to some people as well.
Still I prefer underground as the best in the PS1/2 series, minding the fact I have just started MOH Frontline. If you are sick of shooting Nazis then I highly recommend this game. The Japs have a different style of combat which is much more challenging than the Nazis hiding around corners and shooting at you. The Japs charge at you with their long swords and their bayonets if you get to close, which keep you on your toes. The weapons are awesome; you should look forward to getting the Welrod in Singapore Sling and Type 99 LMG in the super-carrier sabotage. Overall a great game but just too...
Hmm, it's quite fun if you are just playing with mates.The bad:
Hmm, there's no AI, absolutely no stealth. The opponents always no where you are, the game has some kind of code in it which makes sure that the opposition knows where you are and can aim at you whenever you come into sight.
The opposition is hella hard to kill, mainly because the computer is the computer, and the computer controls everything, and the computer never loses.
Team deathmatch. It's 4 American players versus 4 Computer Japs. The Japs know where you are, there is no hiding, no stealth, no sneaking up and shooting them to shit. The computer knows every move you make and uses it to control the opposition.
It takes at least 2 clips of a machine gun to kill Oomomo.
- Communication and Back-up by American soldiers
- The weapons
- Background music
- Short game
Overall, Medal of honor: The Rising sun is a pretty good game If you are a fan of action-shooters. One of the most negative points in the game are the conbtrols. It can be quite hard to aim/walk with the small joysticks. However, once you start playing the game, you will get used to that (hopefully ). The game is also very short, it only features about 9 missions and the hours of gameplay could be very short. Difficulty is another negative about the game as the first two stages are dead easy, but the 3rd stages is just as hard as hell for a biggemer to the game. What I prefer about the game...
- Communication and Back-up by American soldiers<br>- The weapons<br>- Background music<br>- Storyline<br>- GraphicsThe bad:
- Controls<br>- Difficulty<br>- Short gameSummary:
Overall, Medal of honor: The Rising sun is a pretty good game If you are a fan of action-shooters. One of the most negative points in the game are the conbtrols. It can be quite hard to aim/walk with the small joysticks. However, once you start playing the game, you will get used to that (hopefully <img src="/animesmile.gif" border=0 vspace=2>. The game is also very short, it only features about 9 missions and the hours of gameplay could be very short. Difficulty is another negative about the game as the first two stages are dead easy, but the 3rd stages is just as hard as hell for a bigg...
Good weapons<br>Simple controls<br>Brilliant first level<br>Co-op play<br>Multiplayer deathmatches etc.<br>Online play<br>Some really fun levels<br>Good voice actingThe bad:
Average graphics<br>Small single-player<br>Annoying co-op niggles<br>Your team can't dieSummary:
This is the second MOH game for PS2 and after Frontline I'm expecting big things from this. This game you face the japanese not the germans. But this one has it's ups and downs. First it's downs. I felt the graphics aren't as good as Frontline. It looks very dirty and scappy.(certainly in the jungle bits) Also in the cutscenes, the pixcels are very noticeable. Shame. Even still, story mode is far too short. Despite it's ten levels are twice the size as before, it's so easy. I know someone who isn't great at games but he still complete it in a few days. Multiplayer ain't good either. The usu...
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