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Medal of Honor: Vanguard (PS2)

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Jason Hughes, Apr 20, 2007.

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  1. Jason Hughes

    Jason Hughes Well-Known Member

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    Just wondering if anybody has had a chance to check this out yet. I know the MOH games are kind of generic, but I like them anyway. I wanted to know about the control scheme? Did they use the same crappy one on the last game with regards to movement or does it have a scheme like most FPS games where you use both thumbsticks to move?
     
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    Don't the MoH games all have several control schemes from which to choose?
     
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    Wow, that's horrible.

    Think I'll stick to the PC for my fps needs. I used to play 'em on consoles mostly, until I got used to the keyboard/ mouse control.

    On the other hand, it sounds like the fixed controls on European Assault are the way I like 'em -- the left stick for moving and the right stick for turning. I find it way more intuitive than the forward/back/turn with left stick and strafe/up/down with right stick that a lot of people use.
     
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    A friend has MOH: Vanguard for the Wii. It's not bad, if you're into these WWII FPS games. The motion controls on the Nunchuk are buggy, but those actions can be replaced with button presses, so it's entirely playable.
     

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