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For those unfamiliar with the basics of the game, Battlefield Vietnam is a multiplayer-focused shooter that allows you to fight
the battles of the Vietnam War against computer-controlled bots or up to 63 other players. In the conquest mode, which is the
primary mode of play here just as in Battlefield 1942, players divide up into two teams, one for the US and its Vietnamese allies
and the other for the North Vietnamese and its Vietcong allies. You’re then dropped into a gigantic map and must battle for strategic
control points. In addition to running around on foot with a variety of weapons, you can jump into an assortment of vehicles,
including jeeps, tanks, helicopters, jets, and more. Often, multiple players can jump into the same vehicle; for example, one
player can pilot the helicopter while two players handle the side-mounted machine guns and two others sit back and shoot out
the side with their own weapons. It can make for a wildly exciting experience as the two teams slug it out in a tug-of-war struggle,
and a team’s fortunes can change in a heartbeat depending on the skill and coordination level between players.
The first thing that strikes you about Battlefield Vietnam isn’t the graphics; it’s the music. From the opening movie to the loading
screens, you’re immediately exposed to a soundtrack that’s packed with the classic Vietnam War protest songs, including Edwin Starr’s
“War,” Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son,” The Trashmen’s “Surfin’ Bird,” and others.
The 14 different scenarios in Battlefield Vietnam are inspired by some of the most famous battles of the war, including the Ia Drang
Valley (depicted in the movie We Were Soldiers), Hue during the Tet Offensive, and the Siege of Khe Sanh. There are also lesser-known
battles, such as Operation Hastings (an early Marine Corps battle) and Operation Flaming Dart (Air Force bombing raids). The game
itself comes with about 12 different maps, because two urban maps–Hue and Quang Tri–are used twice.

Minimum System Requirements:

CPU:   933 Mhz CPU
RAM:   256 Megabytes of RAM
VGA:   3D accelerated GeForce3 64 MB or equivalent DirectX9 compatible videocard
DX:   Directx 9.0b
OS:   Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows XP or Windows 2000
HDD:   2 GB free hard drive space (additional space required for Windows swap-file and DirectX 9.0b installation)
Sound:   Directx 9.0b Compatible Sound Card
ODD:   16x CD-ROM drive

Recommended System Requirements:

CPU:   1.2 Ghz CPU
RAM:   512 Megabytes of RAM
VGA:   3D accelerated GeForce3 64 MB or equivalent DirectX9 compatible videocard
DX:   Directx 9.0b
OS:   Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows XP or Windows 2000
HDD:   2 GB free hard drive space (additional space required for Windows swap-file and DirectX 9.0b installation)
Sound:   Directx 9.0b Compatible Sound Card
ODD:   16x CD-ROM drive

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Full ISO: ( ~ 1.90 GB )

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Full Rip: ( ~ 1.26 GB )

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