Summary: this has to be the worst third person shooter on the ps2. the graphics are horrible for what the ps2 could produce, and the controls (ie aim/targeting) are the worst ever, sloppy jerky targeting. no matter how you adjust the sensitivty settings in the options menu the analog targeting sucks. its frustrating at best to try and aim and hit your target, i can only hope for a mouse/keyboard smart joy frag adapter to fix this.
Summary: SHELL SHOCK: NAM 67 - Right off the bat the language is what you would expect from service men in war. The visual is a little gritty, but just like with any progressivley entertaining, game you get used to it. It has a similar feel to Conflictt:Vietnam, which I highly recommend. Getting used to the controls takes a little while, but keep practicing it's worth it. The music puts you in the era, and a variety which for any 60's music fan, should get the soundtrack.
Summary: i always loved this game since it came out when i was 10. absolutely brilliant sounds in the game. i always have the tv turned up. you can hear gun fights in the distance and planes and stuff like that, something most games lack these days. i'd rather play this than the Call of Duty Campaigns to be honest with you. I still play this over and over again.
Summary: I really liked this game. Its not like some games where you only have one gun choice, you can get shotguns, m60s, sniper rifles, etc. Its also fun to go buy stuff like the rocket pistol. Kinda challenging but not extremelly hard.
Summary: An okay game, lacking the appeal and glamor of the COD (call of duty series) or MOH (medal of honor) series. But this game is unique in the fact that its not just another WW II game, but VIETNAM. There are great things in this game, such as taking R N'R in the jungle with the locals (if you get what I'm saying, haha). The music in the game is great too.
Summary: There are almost no words to describe how amazing this games was too me when i played it, this game is full of hardcore action and they make the experiance even more realistic with the VC spawning everywhere they truely are invisible until you really look to see where the gun fire is coming from. but it isn't always that hard that it discourages you to stop playing it is a masterpiece of a game. there are many booby traps you have to defuse which is pretty fun.
Summary: I remember playing this game as a little kid! and for some reason I wasn't bothered at all by the gore and the language in fact it was the first game with any sort of bad language in it. But that’s beside the point this game offers great game play although they could have put more maps in it it seem that I’m always back in the same place in different levels.
Summary: This game is pretty close to the actual fighting. I cannot stop playing. I have to stop myself. I do not want the game to end. They need to make a series of this game! It rocks! I would recommend it to anyone over the age of 18 years old.
Summary: This is a video game based on the Vietnam War in 1967. Your character starts out as a green newby just arrived in Vietnam and progresses to Special Forces and culminates with the quintesential base camp being overrun by swarms of enemy (like in the movie "The Green Berets"). Weapons are historical. My favorite is the M14 Sniper Rifle. If you use that weapon it does re-create the nasty recoil of the real M14.