Medal of Honor: Heroes 2 is the official continuation of the game which was officially released in late 2006. Like in the predecessor, we are dealing with quite classical shooter with the emphasis put on impressive gameplay rather than realism of the battlefield. We observe the events from the first-person perspective. It is also worth noting that many of the missions we do not play alone, although we do not have any control over our allies. The game was developed by Electronic Arts, just like every other installment in the series. In contrast to the first MoH: Heroes, which was released exclusively for the PSP, it is also available for Wii.
The action starts on 6th June 1944. During the game, we assume the role of an U.S. Army intelligence officer – John Berg. Our task is to perform various missions in Normandy behind the enemy lines. Gameplay, as you can easily guess, is limited mainly to the mass extermination of opponents, not constantly remaining in the hiding. The single player campaign consists of a dozen of missions that need to be beaten in the order strictly determined by the developers. We also have to perform the tasks given to us by the HQ, usually requiring the acquisition and maintaining a sector of the map or eliminating enemy structures.
The developers did not forget about the multiplayer sympathizers, providing a range of game modes as well as brand new maps on which the battles can take place. Up to 32 players can participate in the network competition. Interestingly, the other players can join any match at any time. Visually, Medal of Honor: Heroes 2 presents a similar level to the first game.
Last updated on 15 December 2014
Game mode: single / multiplayer Multiplayer mode: Internet Player counter: 1-32
User score: 8 / 10 based on 379 votes.
PEGI rating Medal of Honor: Heroes 2