Not just another WWII FPS. A fun WWII FPS.
World War II FPS games have become cliché over the last five years. That means if you’re going to make a WWII FPS, it better be spectacular in order to stand out. And that’s the definition of Medal of Honor: Heroes 2 (MOHH2) for the PSP – spectacular. I can’t get enough Nazi-killin’ action in this latest installment of EA’s popular franchise. As waves of Axis evil march on Europe, I take ‘em down like target practice at a carnival. Not to say combat is easy. The A.I. isn’t dumb, but you’re not fighting against Halo 3 Legendary Brutes or Houdini Splicers from BioShock. Most of MOHH2’s resistance comes in numbers. Enemies fire from cover and lob grenades, but careful players should be able to get through MOHH2’s normal campaign without dying too often. But that doesn’t mean single-player is dull. Levels, though linear, are diverse and have limited repetition. So be prepared to engage Nazis all over Europe across beaches, sewers, villages, factories and more.
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