Conflict: Vietnam User Reviews
Good sound gameplay.The bad:
Long stages, ridiculous limited saves, inconsistent controls.Summary:
A "somewhat" fitting addition to the first two titles in the series, but could have so much more. Not crap, but not all it could have been, and so easily. Stupid two-saves-per-mission limit: makes things potentially (and in very many cases, actually) very boring, and basically adds a disempowering experience to the whole caboodle - why would you do this (Mr Game Developer)? And on "Easy"? Go figure.
The healing controls are also *appalling* in their annoyingness. A menu is used, O.K. - complicated enough - but the AI then takes over, and instead of a clear differention between healing ...
Fabulous war atmosphere, varied gameplay, including vehicles, better graphics, superb voice acting, fun missions, several paths to take.The bad:
Sometimes 'concrete' jungle, often frustrating. Not 10/10 graphically, but good enough.Summary:
The third game in the Conflict series, this game follows four American soldiers during the North Vietnamese Tet Offensive of 1968 during the Vietnam war. The way you play the game changed significantly from open spaced desert to clastrophobic jungle, where hasty backpeddling and knives are often the order of the day. A rustling bush or voices down the track sometimes gives away the position of Vietcong guerrilas, but often a suprise attack has you fumbling to trying to gain control of the situation. Your team mates supply ample support, though sometimes their covering of positions leaves yo...