Fall of Saigon is a Vietnam War modification for the Half-Life 2: source engine. The modification will be based in the realism of the Vietnam War, trying to portray things, events, and places as they actually were. The gameplay will also reflect as much of the realistic feeling as the development team is able to portray. The game will recreate the feeling of the jungle, or place the player in Saigon, or anywhere in between. The player will be emersed in all the sights and sounds of the jungle and will be able to use them to their advantage, and if they're not careful, it could be as dangerous as the enemy. Grab a rifle and enlist today.

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Bikes in Vietnam
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NoSoldier Jul 16 2012 says:

usable? otherwise nicely done. Fits the style of the vietnamese setting.

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sasasa Jul 16 2012 replied:

Why would you ride a bike in the middle of a gunfight?

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NoSoldier Jul 16 2012 replied:

Why not? Ever tried Heroes and Generals? It's a good method to get over the Battlefield in a somewhat sneaky method.

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leathery Jul 16 2012 replied:

lol or on arma, who doesn't like a good bike ride across Takistan

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SPY-maps Jul 16 2012 says:

haha, indeed. guess there not usable, would need a lot of coding probebly to make that work,
still, really nice bicycles!!
well done,


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MARiN3 Jul 16 2012 says:

ridin green yeah

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RacerXLR8 Jul 17 2012 says:

Yeah in Vietnam's cities bikes were big during the war, still are. No city map would be complete without them. Some rusty and some new. For now its just a great map prop, not sure if we plan to animate them but could be something fun for Beta, we are still working on Alpha and need one more mapper.

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