Battlefield Vietnam Gold

EA sends word that the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Battlefield 1942 is gold, and is due in stores on March 15:
EA is pleased to announce that Battlefield Vietnam has officially gone gold for the PC. The game is set to ship nationwide to retailers under the EA GAMES brand on Monday, March 15.

The Battlefield franchise is entering a new era with more firepower and beautiful yet ferocious new combat settings. Offering an arsenal of weapons and vehicles authentic to the Vietnam conflict, players will battle in first-person perspective. Staying true to the over-the-top, action-packed multiplayer style that gave Battlefield 1942 its critical and commercial success, Battlefield Vietnam will drop players into some of the Vietnam War’s fiercest battles. Fighting in theatres from jungles surrounding the Ho Chi Minh Trail to the city streets of Hue, players will choose from two well-equipped forces, the United States or the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) and Vietcong. All of this action will be accompanied by the sounds of an authentic Vietnam era soundtrack to immerse the player into an experience similar to that of a Hollywood film.

Battlefield Vietnam was developed by Swedish based Digital Illusions' Canadian office and is rated “T” (Teen) by the ESRB. The game’s official website is www.battlefield.ea.com
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thats the whole point of the mantra...running over people and jumping etc....its would suck to only be able to shoot the crappy plasma gun..slicing off heads is half the game

So the whole point of the Mantra is to be able to zip around an enemy base jumping on people as they spawn before they can even grab a weapon? Yea ok, not my idea of fun.

The idea of the Mantra is to get from point A to B quickly and be able to jump over obstacles. Sure running over people in the way is fun, you can do that with all the vehicles. But you cant spawn camp and be a total loser in the other vehicles.

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