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Medal of Honor: Heroes 2 - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Teen
61 customer reviews
Metascore: 73 / 100
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  • Become Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson - star of Medal of Honor & Medal of Honor - Frontline - in an untold chapter of his time in Holland as part of Operation Market Garden
  • Play as Sergeant John Baker, from Medal of Honor Allied Assault Breakthrough, and sabotage German defenses on the Italian coastline, to help the invasion forces crack Hitler's iron hold on Europe
  • Return to the Ardennes Forest during the Battle of the Bulge to complete unfinished business for the OSS, as Lieutenant William Holt from Medal of Honor European Assault
  • Up to 8 people can fight together in multiplayer combat -- go online for wargaming with up to 32 players
  • Quickplay missions allow players to jump right into the action or to create customized mission scenarios for added re-playability
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It's June 6th, 1944, and the war is far from over. Step into the boots of OSS Operative John Berg and infiltrate Normandy from behind enemy lines to undermine the Nazi regime. As a special agent of the Office of Strategic Services, you must use tactics of combat, infiltration, assassination, reconnaissance, and sabotage to carry out the covert operations that will help defeat the Nazi war machine once and for all.

Features:

  • Pick up and play action: All-new Arcade mode built specifically for Nintendo Wii allows gamers of all skill levels to pick up the Wii Zapper and Wii-mote and jump into the action. Let the Wii move you around while you focus on the most fun part--shooting and gesturing.
  • First-ever 32-player multiplayer on Wii: jump into the epic 32-person multiplayer action at any time, in three different multiplayer modes across six maps.
  • Take the war into your hands: The WWII experience is more immersive than ever with controls built for the Nintendo Wii that allow you to carry out your top-secret OSS objectives. Fire a bazooka, pump a shotgun, blast away with artillery and mortar, throw grenades, and fire an arsenal of weapons with the power of the Wii. Maneuver across minefields, find and tune enemy radios to receive intel, and set demolition charges using unique Wii gestures.


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  • ASIN: B000RHXD1O
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 13, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,181 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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70 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Mert Hekimci on December 11, 2007
Format: Video Game
After reading the critics' reviews and player reviews, watching gameplay videos, and reading up on the game's features, I could not resist the hype, and rented the game. I have to admit that I was slightly disappointed when I first started playing the game, because I have an Xbox 360, too, and I am inevitably spoiled by the graphics and the processing power of the 360.

The first thing that strikes an owner of both systems is the dull graphics. Unfortunately, the characters and the environment feels like a revamped Quake 2 engine is rendering them. You see clouds in the sky, but they are not moving. You see Allied soldiers' faces, but they are almost identical and card-board-like. The animation is not great either.

The next thing that disappoints is the lack of numbers of enemy soldiers. The first level starts off on the beaches of Normandy yet there are a handful of Nazis shooting at you. This is true in most cases throughout the first two levels.

The third problem is the AI as most people have already reported. I'm not exactly sure whether we should call it the AI or something else, but there's just something not right with the way that you get into a gun fight with Nazis hiding behind crates that are literally two feet away from you. So rather than just smashing each others' heads at an arms length, it looks like there's a dozen adults kneeling and standing up constantly on the opposite sides of a wooden box, while shooting with automatic rifles and all sorts of guns. However, this is usually more obvious during close range battles. Yet you'll get used to it the more you play.
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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Whisper on November 20, 2007
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Two words - Highly Impressed. NOTE: I meant to give this game 4 stars, but hit 5 stars by accident. I cannot re-edit the star ranking. It's a 4 star game, not a 5 star.

I am going to start out with Multiplayer because that is the first thing I did after I started up the game. Wow, what a blast. You will be pleased to know that there are NO FRIEND CODES. The game uses EA Nation. I've never experienced EA Nation before and I have to say, Nice job EA. This game has online Leaderboards where you can see how you rank with everyone else. You can go into EA Messenger and actually find people you played with and request to add them as a friend to your buddy list. You can go into the lobby and see what servers are up, map being played, rules, etc. How cool is that?

There is nothing like this yet on the Wii as far as the online experience. Online is only going to get better from here on out on the Wii. The game supports up to 32-players online. I experienced absolutely no lag and no disconnects. The game is smooth and a joy to play online.

Only one problem with game - no Voice Chat. That would of been icing on the cake. But, I think that is more of Nintendo's problem or restriction, not the developer.

NOTE: There is no split screen or LAN Multiplayer. It's all online. I know some people were wondering about that. The box shows 4 player, but it's not true. It's 1 Player solo and 32 Player online.

Single player campaign mode is also very fun. I have played previous WWII games on the Wii and this one is hands down the best so far. I have occasionally come across some dumb AI moments (an enemy just standing there looking at me), but what game doesn't have those now and then. The AI is actually pretty good overall. There are three levels of difficulty.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Paul Katz on November 15, 2007
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There is a lot of value in this title: a solid first-person campaign, a pick-up and shoot arcade mode, and a Wii first, a 32 multi-player online mode.

The FPS controls feel great (As good as Metroid), the graphics are decent, and the voice acting is OK. I am missing the Red Steel gun tilting a bit, but I must say that EA nailed how a Wii FPS should use a sniping rifle.

The online multi-player is fun, although it can feel repetitive after the first ten to twenty minutes; It's not the stuff all-night gaming sessions are made out of. The single player campaign is challenging, although don't expect much intelligence from your fellow troops (or enemies for that matter).

Overall, for fans of FPSs who have a Wii, this is an easy buy, and worth the full price.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazonian on November 27, 2007
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World War 2 isn't my genre, and to boot, this game isn't an effort by a top tier development team. Instead, EA Canada's Team Fusion is making their console debut on the Wii with Heroes 2--a subfranchise that was once a PSP exclusive. The campaign mode is short, and the arcade mode isn't my cup of tea (though it's received praise from people who do like on-rails shooters). So how could a new team with few resources turn a very overdone genre into the best shooter on the system--outdoing big teams at EA and Activision, and even outdoing Nintendo itself? I don't know, but they did.

Without the online mode, there just wouldn't be much to see here, but with it, this is one of the best games (of any genre) on Wii. It could easily have more gameplay time than any other title released--in a week I've already played it more hours than it took me to beat any other game I own--because each time you play online, it's a little different. AI are the same every time you face them (and let's face it, the AI in MOHH2 isn't great to begin with), but real humans adapt and change.

The online mode has 3 different game modes: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and Capture the Flag--all self-explanatory. Though all are a little hindered by Nintendo's refusal to release voicechat in time for inclusion, they are also tons of fun. There are only 6 maps included, and don't expect expansion, but they are all very well-designed, and vary in size so that several can support the whooping 32 players that a particular EA sever can hold at a time. There are tons of rooms, courtyards, balconies, underground passages, hidden nooks and cranies, and larger open spaces as well.

Online play is smooth, aggressive, and fun.
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