Medal of Honor: Vangaurd was one of the first and best shooter games I ever played. It was evident after your first battle thatb this wasn't any old shooter. Unlike games such as Call of Duty, where your the tough guy dual weilding C774's who slowly walks down a hallway implanting a bullet in each persons head (in slow-mo of course) while wearing sunglasses and smoking a cigar, Vangaurd let you see the true nature of battle. Allied troops yelling commands and warnings, the limited health you are given, and the deep stratedgy involved, though at times annoying, made this game uniqe. If you walked into the middle of a crowd of guys and started spamming your machine gun, you would die. You needed to think your moves over, often take cover, and pick up and try enemy weapons to win your battles. Naturally, you would expect this gameplay to transfer into another MOH game that was madein the SAME YEAR. When I first tried Heros 2, the first level offered fairly easy controlls, better ADS, and more easy ways to use yoyr guns. The fact that one up close pistol shot killed an enemy, the better working machine gun, and the crowded fun battle gave you a good look at was supposedly the heart of the games combat. But at about the third level, I slowly started to see some faults. Enemies spawning in random places, your allies running into enemy fire and areas where enemies could hit you just fine, but you couldn't even hit them once. A part where you need to place a bomb on an enemy U-boat andthem run for your life is the part where I just quit. Right whenn the bomb is placed, enemies swarm the ramp, either assuring that you blow up while on the boat or just die from their gunfire. Arcade mode sucks, multiplayer dosn't work and this is not the MOH I have come to know and love. Most likely this game is just a result of bad programming, mabey Im not very good at the game, I dunno. But either way my gameplay experience was terribile and was money thrown in the trash can. Do not buy this game.
No: I don’t recommend this product