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Medal Of Honor Heroes 2 review

World War II continues in the palm of your hand. Don't be crude...


  • Abundance of action
  • Optional aim assist
  • Shooting those damn Nazis


  • The lack of a second thumbstick
  • The inaccurate controls
  • WWII never seems to end

Nov 28, 2007

With only one thumbstick, pulling off a first-person shooter on the PSP has always been a tricky proposition. And by "tricky," we mean "doomed." Which, in a weird way, makes reviewing this portable Medal Of Honor rather easy: if you've liked other FPS games on the PSP, especially the first Medal Of Honor Heroes, then you'll like this; if you didn't, and it's because you hated the controls, then don't bother with the sequel.

As with other FPS games on the PSP (World War II or otherwise) Heroes 2's controls - which have you using the front icon buttons as a defacto thumb stick - takes a bit of getting used to, andnot the most accurate in a pinch. Get yourself into a particularly squirrelly firefight early on and you'll end up looking like a piece of swiss cheese. But once you've gotten the hang of them, (probably by the end of the first mission), you should be okay, especially since the game compensates for its own shortcomings by including an "aim assist" option, which we recommend to all but the most sadistic of players.

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DescriptionThe Wii Remote lends itself well to the aiming and to the online deathmatches. Too bad we can't say the same for everything else about the game.
US censor rating"Teen","Teen"
UK censor rating"Rating Pending","Rating Pending"
Alternative names"MoH Heroes 2"
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)