Men of Valor: Vietnam Announced

Vivendi Universal Games and 2015 Announce Development of Men of Valor: Vietnam, Sierra Entertainment to Publish Next Installment from 2015 is the press release announcing development on an Unreal-engine first-person shooter set in the jungles of Vietnam. The game is planned for a release in 2004 for both the PC and the Xbox, with development being handled by 2015, the folks behind Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. Here is a bit from the description: "The storyline follows the player through the major actions in the conflict, from search and destroy missions around Danang airbase to the Tet offensive and the counterattack on Hue. A cast of AI controlled characters accompanies the player through the missions, and he learns their value and mourns their loss as the war progresses. The game will support a cooperative mode that allows the player to experience the entire tour of duty with his friends, and various multiplayer modes allow the player to experience the war from the perspective of North Vietnamese Army or Viet Cong guerillas as well as US Forces." Update: Some screenshots from the game can be found on Worthplaying.
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If they give it the same kind of historically-enlightened presentation they bestowed on Spearhead (Poems, Historial Pictures and Videos, etc.) I'm sold, regardless of how the gameplay ends up.

And some 60s music would be nice too...

This is the end, my only friend, the end....

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