Play Station 2 - Conflict: Vietnam on Steroids
Now, Tom Wesselmann must take command of a battered and demoralised squad in Vietnam and assemble all the remaining members in an attempt to form an effective fighting force. Unlike previous missions, you are not allowed to select your own unit leader - instead, each squad has a random selection, and you are also not allowed to develop friendships or relationships with any of your teammates. You have only 12 mission opportunities in this mission - and you only get one chance to see the results of your actions, so you must use every opportunity you are given to prove yourself to the new leadership. But that doesn't mean that you are allowed to engage in any conflicts. This is an asymmetrical multiplayer game, in which combat is always between two equally matched teams, and you are not even allowed to choose the terrain or the mission type.
This new game developed by PlayStation 2, the video game sequel to Haze, is an absolute masterpiece, and a far cry from the mess that is Conflict: Vietnam. The graphics are clearer and more detailed, the action is fast paced and intense, and there are numerous options and replay sections to make your experience as intense as possible. Wesselmann obviously has put a lot of thought and effort into this title, and he deserves all the accolades for creating such an atmospheric, exciting, and fun video game. In my opinion, if you are a fan of war games, then you owe it to yourself to play this incredible title. PlayStation 2 is a powerful device that allow you to connect with people around the world, and this title definitely live up to its promise.