SCi's highly acclaimed squad-based shooter leaves the desert and heads to the jungle to bring the horrors of 'Nam to PS2.
- Control a squad of four US soldiers, all with different abilities, and guide them to survival
- 14 missions across a wide range of environments, including villages, temple ruins and rivers
- Struggle to survive against all odds in a hostile environment with an ever-present 'invisible' enemy
Admired for its tactical squad-based gameplay, well thought out missions and cunning enemy AI, the Conflict series has long been a favourite among discerning PS2 warmongers. Following two highly successful tours of duty in the Gulf War, the series is turning back the clock and engaging in one of the bloodiest conflicts of modern times - the Vietnam War.
You'll be controlling a squad of four US soldiers, separated from their unit during the Tet Offensive of '68. Your goal is to get them all back to friendly lines in one piece, but that's easier said than done; hostile terrain and a determined, ruthless 'invisible' enemy make the task a perilous one. Conflict: Vietnam's 14 engaging missions will have your boys rescuing hostages from villages, creeping through undergrowth and manning guns on heavily armoured river boats.
Adapting to your surroundings and situation is key to survival. As with previous Conflict games, your squad has an array of artillery at its disposal, but you'll also need to make use of tanks, boats and armaments abandoned by the Viet-Cong. By way of a final word of caution, tread carefully; enemy booby traps, including punji stake pit traps and grenade trip wires, lie in wait and can scupper your mission in an instant.
Contributed by DreinIX (9422) on Apr 12, 2008.
- The third game in the hugely successful Conflict series.
- Fourteen enormous missions will take players deep into the Vietnamese jungle, through small villages, into ruined temples, and down Viet Cong tunnel complexes.
- Dynamic lighting, vegetation that shifts with wind and movement, an abundance of animals, and lush environments bring the jungle to life.
- Use performance-based points after each mission to develop your characters in 9 skill categories such as Sniper, Medic, and Demolitions.
- A revitalized control scheme allows context sensitive commands such as giving covering fire, guarding civilians, and flanking enemies.
- Splitting paths give players varying options in how to finish missions. Bonus objectives drive players to discover and explore more.
- An era-specific arsenal of over 20 weapons including assault rifles, mortars, and .50 caliber machine guns.
- A wide range of vehicles puts your squad behind the wheel of APCs, jeeps, tanks, helicopters and river boats.
- Paranoia inducing AI with enemies that set booby traps, strike from hidden areas, and coordinate their attacks in an environment that they are the masters of.
Global Star's Conflict: Vietnam Emerges from the Jungle,New York - October 6, 2004 - Global Star Software, a publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO) today announced that Conflict: Vietnam is currently available in retail stores throughout North America for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox videogame system from Microsoft and PC. Transporting the Conflict series from the deserts of the Middle East to the jungles of Vietnam, Conflict: Vietnam builds upon the signature squad based gameplay that has sold over 1.4 million units in North America.
Arrives in Retail Stores
"Moving the Conflict series into a Vietnam setting has provided us with a wealth of new gameplay opportunities that are sure to please both existing fans of the series as well as newcomers," said Christoph Hartmann, Senior Vice President of Publishing for Global Star Software. "Through the use of story, enhanced gameplay, audio and graphics, we've been able to create an experience that's both a unique and exciting entry into the genre."
The media had the following to say about Conflict: Vietnam:
"The combat is intense and the language is vintage 'Nam. Hell, they even got the music right." – PSM Review, November 2004
"...a good, solid action game with a compelling story, nonstop action, and a deep, dark jungle atmosphere that's easy to get lost in." – GMR Review, November 2004
"My favorite aspect of Conflict: Vietnam is, of course, its RPG element...Emotional investment in the characters of a video game is always a good thing." – PSE2 Review, November 2004
Conflict: Vietnam is a squad based action game that puts players in the shoes of four barely trained 101st Airborne soldiers who are caught countless miles behind enemy lines during the 1968 Tet Offensive. It is up to the player to use all four members of the squad and utilize their different abilities in order to successfully traverse through booby trap filled terrain, loaded with North Vietnamese and Viet Cong soldiers. The objective isn't to win the war; the objective is to make it out alive.
Conflict: Vietnam is rated 'M' for Mature and is currently available for the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system and the Xbox videogame system from Microsoft, each at a suggested retail price of $39.99. Also available is the PC version, at a suggested retail price of $29.99. For more information on Conflict: Vietnam please visit www.globalstarsoftware.com.
About Take-Two Interactive Software
Headquartered in New York City, Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. is an integrated global developer, marketer, distributor and publisher of interactive entertainment software games and accessories for the PC, PlayStation game console, PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube and Game Boy Advance. The Company publishes and develops products through its wholly owned labels Rockstar Games and Global Star Software; and distributes products in North America through its Jack of All Games subsidiary. Take-Two also manufactures and markets video game accessories in Europe, North America and the Asia Pacific region through its Joytech subsidiary. The Company maintains sales and marketing offices in Cincinnati, New York, Toronto, London, Paris, Munich, Madrid, Vienna, Milan, Sydney, Breda (Netherlands) and Auckland. Take-Two's common stock is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol TTWO. For more corporate and product information please visit our website at www.take2games.com.
Contributed by Jeanne (75617) on Oct 11, 2005.