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shifted to the Pacific Theatre, and its outcome
depends on you. Play as Marine Corporal Joseph
Griffin in a far-reaching tale of two brothers
that weaves its storyline from this title into the
next game in the award-winning MOH franchise. As
Japanese forces seek to expand their dominion over
the Pacific, you must use stealth, commando
tactics, and sabotage to turn the tide in your
favor. Featuring real-life historical battles like
Pearl Harbor and Guadalcanal, over 20 authentic
WWII weapons, highly intelligent enemies, and a
heroic cast of characters that fight on your side
from level to level, Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
delivers the standard-setting experience for all
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Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (Xbox)

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Following on from a succession of hugely popular campaigns across numerous formats, Medal ... more

of Honor: Rising Sun brings the franchise back to
consoles with another engrossing first-person
action game. The action is taken to the Pacific
Theatre for the first time, plunging the player
into the shoes of Marine Corporal Joseph Griffin.
Over the course of the game, he has a lot to get
through too. There's Pearl Harbor to survive. His
brother to rescue. And the small matter of a
number of Japanese soldiers who stand in the way
In truth, the formula hasn't moved on much for the
franchise, but then it does work spectacularly
well. The game's various missions are varied, and
they demand elements of stealth, action and a bit
of sabotage along the way. And they're not afraid
to pull the proverbial rug from underneath to keep
you on your toes. As ever, the multimedia elements
border on spectacular. The musical scores of Medal
of Honor games are rarely given the credit they
deserve, but their contribution really can't be
understated. The cinematic visuals, however, do
tend to hog the headlines, and it's easy to see
why. As you fight to complete a mission with
explosions going off all around you there's little
time to notice them. A couple of mild criticisms,
then. There isn't much scope to deviate from the
set path through the game, which is very tightly
scripted. Not a bad thing, but not something that
will appeal to everyone. Plus it would be nice to
see a few more risks taken with the Medal of Honor
formula. These mild grumbles aside, Medal of
Honor: Rising Sun is simply a very good video
game. It's tense, gripping and desperately
addictive. And when you ultimately see the end
game sequence, you really will be thirsting for
more. --Simon Brew

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Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (Xbox)

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Following on from a succession of hugely popular campaigns across numerous formats, Medal ... more

of Honor: Rising Sun brings the franchise back to
consoles with another engrossing first-person
action game. The action is taken to the Pacific
Theatre for the first time, plunging the player
into the shoes of Marine Corporal Joseph Griffin.
Over the course of the game, he has a lot to get
through too. There's Pearl Harbor to survive. His
brother to rescue. And the small matter of a
number of Japanese soldiers who stand in the way
In truth, the formula hasn't moved on much for the
franchise, but then it does work spectacularly
well. The game's various missions are varied, and
they demand elements of stealth, action and a bit
of sabotage along the way. And they're not afraid
to pull the proverbial rug from underneath to keep
you on your toes. As ever, the multimedia elements
border on spectacular. The musical scores of Medal
of Honor games are rarely given the credit they
deserve, but their contribution really can't be
understated. The cinematic visuals, however, do
tend to hog the headlines, and it's easy to see
why. As you fight to complete a mission with
explosions going off all around you there's little
time to notice them. A couple of mild criticisms,
then. There isn't much scope to deviate from the
set path through the game, which is very tightly
scripted. Not a bad thing, but not something that
will appeal to everyone. Plus it would be nice to
see a few more risks taken with the Medal of Honor
formula. These mild grumbles aside, Medal of
Honor: Rising Sun is simply a very good video
game. It's tense, gripping and desperately
addictive. And when you ultimately see the end
game sequence, you really will be thirsting for
more. --Simon Brew

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Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (GameCube)

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Following on from a succession of hugely popular campaigns across numerous formats, Medal ... more

of Honor: Rising Sun brings the franchise back to
consoles with another engrossing first-person
action game. The action is taken to the Pacific
Theatre for the first time, plunging the player
into the shoes of Marine Corporal Joseph Griffin.
Over the course of the game, he has a lot to get
through too. There's Pearl Harbor to survive. His
brother to rescue. And the small matter of a
number of Japanese soldiers who stand in the way
In truth, the formula hasn't moved on much for the
franchise, but then it does work spectacularly
well. The game's various missions are varied, and
they demand elements of stealth, action and a bit
of sabotage along the way. And they're not afraid
to pull the proverbial rug from underneath to keep
you on your toes. As ever, the multimedia elements
border on spectacular. The musical scores of Medal
of Honor games are rarely given the credit they
deserve, but their contribution really can't be
understated. The cinematic visuals, however, do
tend to hog the headlines, and it's easy to see
why. As you fight to complete a mission with
explosions going off all around you there's little
time to notice them. A couple of mild criticisms,
then. There isn't much scope to deviate from the
set path through the game, which is very tightly
scripted. Not a bad thing, but not something that
will appeal to everyone. Plus it would be nice to
see a few more risks taken with the Medal of Honor
formula. These mild grumbles aside, Medal of
Honor: Rising Sun is simply a very good video
game. It's tense, gripping and desperately
addictive. And when you ultimately see the end
game sequence, you really will be thirsting for
more. --Simon Brew

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Empire of the Sun Review with images

AdvantagesSome excellent levels, Great musical score, Replay potential, Available cheap

DisadvantagesSome glitches, Graphics could have been more polished, Some poor levels

"...on the front cover. The Medal of Honor (MoH) series has been on the go for a number of years, and has produced a series of mostly successful World War 2 themed shooters across a variety of platforms, including one of my favourite PS2 games, Medal of Honor Frontline. It was the great enjoyment that I got from Frontline that has been encouraging me to try out other games in the series in the hope of finding something that catches my imagination as much. ..." Read review
06.01.2010

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All Bloody Irritating on the Eastern Front

AdvantagesMindless Shooting

DisadvantagesFrustrating|Shoddy Implementation|Short-lived

"...of action rival that of Medal of Honour: Rising Suns’ predecessor Frontline, which places you in the middle of the terrifying Normandy Landings. These computerised recreations of war have become renowned for their gritty opening sequences, instilling adrenaline and panic in the participant. I can’t really argue against the assertion that these are among the most exciting passages of play in any videogame, full stop. Is this initial inspiration mirrored ..." Read review
30.01.2004

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Community Level 2rockape0700

rockape0700

"Gather Weapons And Ammunition"

Advantagesexcellent gameplay, excellent graphics

Disadvantagesnot long enough

"...Theatre of Ops from 1941-1944. Medal of Honour gives players a sense of the courage it took to fight the Japanese from pearl harbour to the Philippine Islands. You are in the Character of US Marine Corporal Joseph Griffin. With the game you are given a manual which gives you information on all the characters in the game, all the weapons you can collect, how to play and a list of items you can collect on your way. You can buy this game for PS2, ..." Read review
29.01.2004

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Fallen Star

AdvantagesWeapons, settings, awesome storyboard extras, sound

DisadvantagesGraphical discrepencies, collision parameters are poor, short

"When the original Medal Of Honor burst onto the scene in 1999, it became the mother of all 'sleeper' hits. Not only was it enjoyable, atmospheric and brilliantly designed, it represented one of a very select number of FPS games to have worked effectively on the PlayStation format. With MOH selling well and EA pulling the strings, it was perhaps no great surprise to see the series output upped for the PS2 - four entries having appeared on the console. ..." Read review
06.12.2007

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Community Level 4gillenium1

gillenium1

Medal Of Sound!!

AdvantagesAmazing sound.

DisadvantagesIt will only last for a while

"...(EA's) best game series and Medal of Honor titles such as ‘Frontline’ on Gamecube, Playstation 2 and X-Box have reached number 1 in the charts. First of all the bad things about Rising Sun is that it's even shorter than Frontline, I mean a lot shorter. There are only nine levels, It's a quick game when it comes to gaming. another bad point is how strong the enemies were, I found myself emptying entire clips on one guy on numerous occasions, and ..." Read review
21.02.2004

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Product details

Publisher Electronic Arts (EA)
Developer EA Los Angeles
Release Date 28th November 2003
Age 12+
Genre Shooter
Sub Genre First Person Shooter
Max Number of Players 8 Player
Platform PlayStation 2
EAN 5030930040154; 5030930035525
Aka Medal of Honour: Rising Sun

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