Reviews and Problems with ShellShock: Nam '67
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ShellShock: Nam '67 Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: When it comes down to it, Shellshock: Nam ’67 isn’t a horrible game, but it isn’t exact stellar either. It felt like more time was spent on the “shock” factor (gruesome cut-scenes, the amount of blood shed during battle, and the crazy amount of vulgar words) than was spent on actual gameplay mechanics.
Excerpt: Amana introduces the microwave oven to home kitchens, the Green Bay Packers win the Ice Bowl, and the The Doors top the charts with “Light My Fire”. That’s right, it’s the year 1967 and you’ve been drafted to fight in the most controversial conflict of modern times. Shellshock: Nam ’67 is a third-person shooter set during the Vietnam War. You take on the role of a rookie US soldier looking to buck the odds of survival that sent so many young men home in body bags.