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7.3

Mixed or average reviews- based on 32 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 20 out of 32
  2. Negative: 6 out of 32
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  1. Dec 2, 2017
    6
    Sadly a significant step down from the first Heroes game, it was much less a sequel to the PSP exclusive and more a lazy excuse to bring 32 player online multiplayer to more platforms - strongly evidenced by the fleeting experience the game now offers without it.

    Gone are the fun, digestable, wide open, vertical, non-linear multi objective missions where you defend footholds from all
    Sadly a significant step down from the first Heroes game, it was much less a sequel to the PSP exclusive and more a lazy excuse to bring 32 player online multiplayer to more platforms - strongly evidenced by the fleeting experience the game now offers without it.

    Gone are the fun, digestable, wide open, vertical, non-linear multi objective missions where you defend footholds from all sides; instead it's an on rails affair more in line with the mediocre casual play of Vanguard. No more hunkering down strategically with a squad, conserving medkits and ammo as you go - in Heroes 2 you'll walk an admittedly straight line, stocked aplenty with gunplay dictated by an abysmal implementation of health regeneration. Failure is not an option either, if you happen to struggle at all be prepared to constantly respawn at checkpoints after a painfully scripted encounter tries your patience.

    If you've played the first MoH Heroes and you are expecting an offline skirmish mode with up to 16 bots and optional loadouts and outfits...you'll be disappointed as it's absent here. Not surprising though given little else resembles the original game as well.

    The pro's are, it's better than Vanguard and the developers managed to scrape together enough production value here to bid a fond adieu to this generation of Medal of Honor. It looks nice, partly due I'm sure to the confined environments, but still it looks nice and it runs well. It's a fun, relatively mindless WWII shooter for the PSP and it manages to paint a pretty picture, weapons sound and look great and there is plenty of action.
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  2. DarrenJ.
    Nov 20, 2007
    6
    This game is cleaner"polished" if you will, howver the game play is alot slower, the weapons have completly been revised to shoot more real, the M1 Garand is like the old shotgun 2 shots you're dead, I love the first, the second will take me some time to adjust too. If you like graphics and realizem try this game out, if you love game play all or nothing choas then stick with the This game is cleaner"polished" if you will, howver the game play is alot slower, the weapons have completly been revised to shoot more real, the M1 Garand is like the old shotgun 2 shots you're dead, I love the first, the second will take me some time to adjust too. If you like graphics and realizem try this game out, if you love game play all or nothing choas then stick with the first edition. 6 out of 10 for me due to the major differance between the games, the fact they (EA) had to reinvent the wheel, and there are already hakers in the game of which EA won't do anything about. Expand

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69

Mixed or average reviews - based on 20 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 20
  2. Negative: 2 out of 20
  1. 84
    Medal of Honor Heroes 2 is already a better overall effort than last year, though it adds in a ton of event gameplay and diversity in exchange for a relatively short single player campaign, and relies heavily on its online offerings.
  2. 70
    Though it's hardly sufficient to make you forsake home console warfare for handheld ops, and the dollars-per-hour ratio would give any gamer pause, Medal of Honor Heroes 2 boasts enough polish and design acumen to be worth an expensive few days on the front lines for those who simply want another WW2 shooter experience.
  3. The solid single-player campaign is over in the blink of an eye, but a strong online component makes Medal of Honor Heroes 2 worth a look for anyone who enjoyed the previous game.