Bạn đang xem: Tải game battlefield vietnam
|a game by||Electronic Arts|
|Editor Rating:||7/10, based on 1 Reviews, 3 reviews are shown|
|User Rating:||7.3/10 - 38 votes|
|Rate this game:|| |
The Vietnam giới War may have been one of the more shameful periods in American history, but it’s made for some great films and music. The games industry is finally catching up, and if brown is the new blaông xã, then "Nam is the new World War II. This year sees a flurry of titles released, from the gung-ho violence of Vietcong khổng lồ the risible torpor of Platoon. Online, it"s been a mixed bag, và turning atrođô thị into lớn multiplayer entertainment is Battlefield Vietphái nam, which comes with the heritage of the Battlefield 1942 series, about to spawn its second add-onin the shape of the fanciful Secret Weapons Of World War II.
However, Battlefield Vietnam will be a standalone game, a fact that has already caused murmurs of message board dissent. Electronic Arts is keen to lớn bao tay that the gamerepresents a sizeable leap forward. Producer Reid Schneider told us: "One thing we really want to lớn emphasise is it’s not just Battlefield 1942 with a Vietnamlook lớn it. It’s an all-new game. It’s a new type of guerrilla warfare in terms of focusing it around Vietphái nam, and some of the ways we’re doing that is through trench warfare & booby traps. Another key part of the Vietnam experience was napalm, so that was something we felt we needed to integrate inkhổng lồ the game. One of the other key elements of Vietphái nam was, of course, airlifting, which really changed the way battles were fought."
Bigger, Badder, Louder
Those battles were fought between the mighty US war machine & the have-a-go heroes of the North Vietnamese Army. Something of a mismatch, you might think, but Digital Illusions is doing its best lớn ensure there is some kind of balance. Deciding which side you choose khổng lồ fight for will inevitably lead khổng lồ a vastly different gameplay experience, with the Yanks buzzing around in hi-tech helicopters, và the Vietcong trying khổng lồ escape on an old Vespa scooter. Clearly, the NVA will benefit from better use of the terrain, & we’ve sầu seen one of the booby traps in operation, where a pile of logs is rolled on khổng lồ some hapless US troops, crushing them lượt thích woodlice.By way of riposte, the Americans will be carrying some heavy armoury, and this is an area that has received a great khuyến mãi of attention, with EA admitting the first-person shooter elements of Battlefield 1942 weren’t asstrong as they could have sầu been. To this over, the guns in Vietphái nam will be far more dynamic, offering subtleties such as bullets being fed into lớn the chamber, and even reloads based on actual field data.
Also, the weight of weapons will have some bearing, with a heavy gun enough to marginally slow a player down. Ultimately though, as producer AJ Marini says: "What we wanted to lớn vày is make sure the player firing this weapon feels lượt thích they’re firing an actual gun, it’s not just a cool weapon in the game."
Hooray For Hollywood
Vietphái nam veterans & war historians aside, the vast majority of people’s concept of the conflict comes from the movies, & this is something the game is hoping khổng lồ exploit. According lớn Schneider "One of the key focuses was trying lớn deliver what people understvà as the Hollywood experience of Vietnam giới. So the game is designed to look, sound & feel in line with what people know, which covers everything from the way it looks lớn the the sounds of the guns. We’re using Hollywood for inspiration, but it’s not a blueprint or something we feel we have sầu to lớn bởi vì."
As for the moral issue of setting a game in Vietphái mạnh, Schneider is adamant: "I think you face the same issues with a game mix in World War II. Obviously this war was a lot more controversial, but we’re focusing on the fun aspects of it. We definitely won’t put anything in there that could be even construed as remotely offensive sầu."
So you won’t be able to lớn wipe out villages full of children?"No, no, no, no, no," both producers cry in unison, with Marini continuing, "That’s not part of the Battlefield franchise. Somehow in Battlefield 1942, the whole idea of World War II was very heroic and almost comic book. This is definitely a grungier war, so elements we’ve sầu built in enhance that feel and make it feel more lượt thích Vietphái mạnh, but nothing controversial lượt thích burning babies. Even the napalm doesn’t bum the bodies."
"There is a charring of people," grins Schneider.According lớn Marini: "Little elements lượt thích soldiers having messages on their helmets that may have sầu some political J overtones. they" re there | ust for feel. It"s unavoidable."But you can"t sanitise it entirely? " "We don"t want khổng lồ. Some games are doing that," says Schneider, "but it"s not a core value of this concept. It"s not a route we want lớn go down." Neither did the Vietnamese.