Summary: So what makes the Battlefield series so special. Battlefield has lots of features that the other FPS don't have. Battlefield allows you to employ vehicles in combat in multiplayer. You can jump into jeeps, tanks, helicopters, airplanes, boats, etc. This makes gameplay interesting. The other important feature in Battlefield is the ability to specialize your infantry between assault troops, snipers, anti-tank, and engineers.
Summary: First of all, this is a First Person shooter game, which means you run around and shoot people. You don't just have to stick to a gun, but you can hop into a tank, helicopter, jeep, apc, plane, artillery truck, defensive gun/ cannon , hotwizer , each personilized to the team (the NVA son,t use F-4 's, they use Migs.) There are four classes in this game each of wich you can take one of 2 kits.
Summary: This game was mainly made to be played online. There is no "campaign mode" which allows you to play the missions chronilogically as a single player. You can play any single mission you want, but it doesn't really count for anything. I wish they would have focused more on single player vs. computer like most games. It is a capture-the-flag style game, the way to win is control more area than your opponent.
Summary: I know that everyone is probally a little hesitant about buying this game do to all the negative reviews. Not true. I can't tell you how much fun this game is. I absolutely love it. People who don't like it probally have inferior computers, no offense. But their right. You need a half decent or atleast average computer for todays standards. But to be honest, I think it works better than the original great Battlefield 1942.
Summary: The individual solo games are fun, but it is the multiplayer that makes this game. You can snipe opponents from the brush, lay down and they cannot see you. Booby trap vehicles, there is so much to do and the maps are so huge. Helicopters are difficult to control, but very effective. Ho Chi Minh trail has awesome graphice detail, as do most of the scenarios. The sound is really awesome with the anti war PA announcements flooding the area. Overall, lots of fun.
Summary: It has it's weaknesses, but they are few. If you enjoyed Battlefield 1942 and have a thing for modern combat, then you are going to enjoy this. They've improved the game engine and the graphics, making it an enjoyable game over-all. If you don't plan to play it as multiplayer, then pass on it. Go with Call of Duty or something from the Medal of Honor series. No campaign mode like in BF1942.
Summary: Many of my friends have asked me, "I have BF:1942, should I even bother getting Battlefield: Vietnam?" My answer is yes. While Battlefield: Vietnam shares a lot of similarities to Battlefield: 1942, Battlefield: Vietnam has some features that really seperates it apart from Battlefield: 1942 and makes the game worth getting. #1. 3D Map - This feature has been a blessing. Tired of killing your teammates? Or having to check the 2D map(which blocks view of the game)?
Summary: This is probably my fsvorite online multiplayer game so far. There are lot's of levels which are huge. You can have up to 64 people on a server. There are lot's of weapons including bazookas, machine guns, pistols, mortars, rifles, knifes, bombs etc. There are also traps you can set on the ground like spikes and others.There are also a lot of vehicles. Tanks, scooters, jeeps, planes, helicopters. You can get up to like 5 people on one vehicle.
Summary: I recently purchased BFV because I was looking for a new online shooter to play. I've about worn out my Medal of Honor CD's and decided it was time to play a new title. Overall, I think BFV makes a great online title. I had a few video related problems when I first installed. Rolling back to older videocard drivers fixed the problem. I was up and running in about 10 minutes. One thing that I did find annoying is the high loading times for the levels.
Summary: Cons: - Single player is basic. No 'campaigns' or anything. You just pick a map and play. You'll want to stick with internet multiplayer. If you want good single player, try Call of Duty, or Medal of Honor. - Most games have pros/cons to each weapon you choose. I've found this game heavily leans towards the big guns. If you like hiding with a sniper rifle, try a different game - Because the guy with the M60 or RPG will be getting you before you get them.