EA's ever expanding Medal of Honor series gets its second shot at the Wii in Medal of Honor: Heroes 2. This time players step into the boots of Office of Strategic Services operative John Berg as he heads behind enemy lines during the height of the Allied invasion of Normandy. As always, the game mixes elements of infiltration, reconnaissance, and sabotage with a heavy dose of frenzied WWII combat. Medal of Honor: Heroes 2 features a number of actions that make use of the Wii Remote (throwing a grenade, firing a bazooka, pumping a shotgun, etc.) and the game is fully compatible with the Wii Blaster peripheral. In addition to the regular campaign, the game features an Arcade mode that functions as something of a rail-shooter, letting players concentrate solely on aiming and shooting, and, for the first time on Wii, a 32-player online mode is available. The multiplayer mode features six different maps where gamers can take aim in deathmatch, team deathmatch, and infiltration (capture the flag) modes.