Men of War: Vietnam is a new game in the critically acclaimed series. Two new, story-driven campaigns let you taste the explosive mix of the jungle, Hueys and rock-n-roll in early 1968.
I got this game on sale so it wasn't that much of a loss. I feel this game is large downgrade from men of war 1. The amount of new content is disturbingly low, especially in the vehicular category. I know tank combat wasn't a big part of the Vietnam war, but they could've at least added more vehicles for players to screw around in the editor with. The campaign missions are very challenging and involve way too much sneaking. The bonus mission dlc is alright, but I'm currently stuck on the 3rd scenario.
Awsomeness. Pure awesomeness. Like all Men of War games the graphics are amazing. The Single player was a huge challenge compared to Assault Squad which is just braindead AI attacking over and over. Here its stealthy and commando. Don't buy this for multiplayer, if you want multiplayer go buy Assault Squad. I recommend this to all Men of War fans. Although, Men of War Red Tide was the best of all of these games, it had the most challenging missions.
I love the game when it comes to the units and vehicles. However i do not like how Majority of the game is nearly in stealth mode or single squad, I wish they would of added more of a Assault Squad feel to the game. Medics were not featured in this game which was also a disappointment. The last thing is helicopters, I love them The UH-1 Huey's are my favorite helicopters of all time. They sadly are missing side door gunners, also there flying animation looks extremely fake. I wish they would of given helicopters similar characteristics as helicopters have in World in Conflict or Joint Task Force (a older RTS Game that was really good but lacks mod ability). Other than that the game was good, I can only hope the mods are better!
Prior to its release I was really looking forward to the release of Mow: Vietnam. The trailers, the music, it all hyped me up for it.
However, I was to be brutally disappointed. The campaign was a good challenge and I still haven't completed it (I got bored of it). But the promise for multi-player when there was only 3 versus maps, and very little troops to choose from, along with co-op which was good, worked like AS, except it was more s*** due to the lack of ingenuity that was put in by 1C.
For those of you who trialed it or didn't buy it, I wish I was you. Unfortunately I spent £30 on that piece of s*** which I could've put to better things.