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Medal of Honor: Heroes Reviews (PSP)

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All told, Medal of Honor: Heroes is a distinct and fun PSP shooter that owners of the system should look into. The single-player is short, yet challenging, but the real fun is to be had online with the up to 32 people that can play in a single game. At peak hours, there should be several hundred people to play against, so you shouldn't have a problem finding a match. It's been a pretty good fall for the PSP with shooters. Let's just hope that Medal of Honor: Airborne turns out fine on the PS3.
G4 TV: X-Play (Dec 05, 2006)
Medal of Honor Heroes is easily one of the best portable remakes on the PSP. The single player game is entertaining, and the multiplayer options are remarkable. Heroes isn’t simply one of the best shooters on the system, but the best multiplayer action game on any portable system.
78 (Dec 12, 2006)
Im Grunde macht ihr die ganze Zeit dasselbe: Zum 20ten Mal um eine Fahne herumzustehen, während hirnlose Gegner auf einen zustürmen, die gerne auch mal aus dem Nichts erscheinen, und man von Kameraden begleitet wird, die kämpferisch genauso viel drauf haben wie Axel Schulz, ist nicht der Gipfel neuzeitlichen Missionsdesigns. Doch die Action stimmt, der Spaß stimmt und, falls ihr darauf Wert legt, der Mehrspielermodus stimmt auf jeden Fall. Operation Handheld-Egoshooter ist nach wie vor nicht optimal geglückt, aber immerhin ist EA einen Schritt in die richtige Richtung gegangen.
75 (Mar 02, 2007)
MOH:H niewątpliwie do kiczu nie należy, ale nie jest też wspaniałą produkcją – raczej średnią. Udowadnia jednak, że na PSP da się tworzyć wszystkie gatunki gier i nawet brak drugiej gałki analogowej w tym nie przeszkodzi. Miejmy nadzieję, że nie była to ostatnia część tej gry na przenośne konsole i wszystkie niedociągnięcia, jakie tym razem miały miejsce, zostaną poprawione, a tymczasem MOH:H niech zajmie Wam nudne chwile podczas jazdy autobusem czy zajęć w szkole.
Game Infowire (Jan 28, 2007)
In sum, if you're into shooters and enjoy a chance to gun down Nazis who speak in accented English, this is a good choice for you. The FPS mechanics are a lot better than in competing titles, and as a result you actually have a chance to have some fun.
GameSpot (Oct 25, 2006)
If it had more depth, Medal of Honor Heroes would be a great game. No matter how you shake it, with a single-player story that's just four hours long, the game's over far too quickly. It doesn't even manage to stay fresh for that short amount of time. If you're planning on spending a good deal of time online, you'll likely get your money's worth out of Heroes. But, if you're planning to stick primarily to the campaign and skirmish modes, the $40 price tag is less justifiable.
GameSpy (Oct 24, 2006)
Looking at it another way, the PSP isn't well-suited to fast FPS action, so this is a game that's about as good as it can be given its hardware. Keep your expectations in check and you'll find it succeeds in being a decent facsimile of the PS2 games. Just don't be expecting much in the way of sweaty palms or a rapid heartbeat.
PlayFrance (Nov 30, 2006)
Rapidement bouclé en solo pour qui n’est pas un fanatique de la chasse aux médailles d’or, Medal of Honor Heroes est avant tout un titre destiné aux amateurs de jeu en ligne, domaine dans lequel il procure des sensations convaincantes malgré l’absence de chat vocal. Si vous êtes en manque de FPS portable ayant pour contexte la seconde guerre mondiale, ce nouveau MOH devrait vous satisfaire mais gardez tout de même à l’esprit que seul le mode multi-joueurs vous permettra de pleinement en profiter !
It’s appropriate that the three starring characters of this first PSP Medal of Honor game are all protagonists from earlier incarnations of the series. Everything about Heroes feels like a rehash of old concepts, even if this is effectively a new game. As a full-on PSP FPS that manages to work and control moderately well, that may be enough to satisfy some players. The rest of us, meanwhile, are going to feel like we’ve seen this game a hundred times before, and not only are we ready for something new, but we’ve played that something new in the form of other, better titles.
65 (Nov 30, 2007)
Ce nouvel épisode se montre très proche de son prédécesseur, et peut-être même trop. On peut effectivement se demander où sont passés certains modes de jeu pourtant présents dans l'épisode précédent. Mais malgré ce sévère manque de nouveautés et ces omissions inexplicables, Medal Of Honor Heroes 2 reste un FPS honnête, servi par une bonne prise en main et une réalisation de qualité. Il vaut avant tout pour son mode multijoueur solide et très fréquenté. Un achat à considérer, à moins bien que sûr que vous ne disposiez déjà du premier épisode.
50 (UK) (Dec 21, 2006)
One last thing. The sound is mostly fine, but for the soldiers' odd little noises. Everywhere they go, your collection of drones make a sound something like someone shaking a plastic bag filled with nails. And the barks are few and far between. The first time someone shouts "Good shot!" I thought, "Blimey, thanks very much!" Then when I managed to hit a tree and received the same adulation, it began to mean ever so slightly less. And someone else tell me, is it my imagination, or are they constantly yelling "emetic"? Do they feel sick? War can be tough, but do I need to be informed of every churn in their belly?