Medal of Honor: Rising Sun Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: August 10th, 2023

Medal of Honor: Rising Sun Stats

Medal of Honor Rising Sun player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Medal of Honor: Rising Sun facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Medal of Honor: Rising Sun player count:

118,000 game units sold in Japan

Last updated 2/4/13

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Game Description

“Medal of Honor: Rising Sun” is a first-person shooter video game developed by EA Los Angeles (formerly known as 2015, Inc.) and published by Electronic Arts. Released in 2003, the game is part of the “Medal of Honor” series and is set during World War II.

In “Medal of Honor: Rising Sun,” players assume the role of Corporal Joseph Griffin, a Marine stationed in the Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II. The game’s narrative takes players through key historical battles and events, such as the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Battle of Guadalcanal, and more.

The gameplay features intense combat scenarios in which players engage in battles against Japanese soldiers and forces. The game places an emphasis on historical accuracy and realistic World War II-era weaponry. Players can utilize a variety of firearms, explosives, and other tools to overcome enemies and accomplish objectives.

One of the standout missions in the game is the attack on Pearl Harbor, where players experience the surprise attack from the perspective of a Marine stationed aboard the USS California. The level’s presentation and dramatic moments capture the chaos and devastation of the real event.

“Medal of Honor: Rising Sun” also features a cooperative multiplayer mode that allows players to team up and complete missions together. The game offers a range of multiplayer scenarios, including team-based battles and objective-based missions.

The game’s graphics and sound design contribute to the immersive World War II experience, with detailed environments and audio that reflect the era. The orchestral score, composed by Christopher Lennertz, enhances the atmosphere and emotional impact of the game.

“Medal of Honor: Rising Sun” received mixed reviews from critics. While it was praised for its historical accuracy and attempt to portray the Pacific Theater of Operations, some reviewers noted limitations in gameplay mechanics and level design compared to other entries in the “Medal of Honor” series.

Despite the mixed reception, “Medal of Honor: Rising Sun” remains a notable entry in the series for its portrayal of lesser-explored aspects of World War II, focusing on the Pacific Theater and the challenges faced by Marines in that region. The game’s attempt to capture the intensity of the Pacific conflict and its historical context contributes to its place in the legacy of the “Medal of Honor” franchise.

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