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Air Conflicts: Vietnam - PlayStation 4

by Majesco
PlayStation 4
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews) 4 answered questions 30 / 100

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  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 16, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,064 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Vietnam. 1965. A long-simmering conict escalates into a full-edged war, and you are about to become a big part of it. Jump into the cockpit of some of the nest combat aircraft as young Joe Thompson, a newly minted U.S. Air Force pilot. He is brave, talented and ready to do his duty, but his experiences during this war will change him forever. Air Conicts: Vietnam is an arcade-styled air-combat game that immerses players in the harrowing skies over Vietnam. Take to the air in screaming ghter jets or grab the controls of devastating helicopter gunships as you shatter enemy encampments with explosive ordinance, decimate North Vietnamese ace ghter squadrons, escort bombers as they deliver their deadly payload, or rescue stranded soldiers and deliver support troops to the ever-changing front lines of the vicious battleeld.

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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Well, since i'm the first person to review this game for the PS4, let me start with a basic overview.

First off, Air Conflicts Vietnam is a port of an older title that was available on PS3, etc. So you may have seen/played it there.

Secondly, as the title implies, you spend the game flying various vehicles in and around Vietnam, during the Vietnam War-era. You can fly for either the US or the North Vietnamese, depending on which campaign you select, and you can fly a variety of aircraft, both planes and helicopters, in both ground-attack and air-to-air missions.

You select a mission, you're given a briefing, then fly the mission in stages, completing objectives, and then at the end of the mission you get some kind of speech or letter or whatever to sum up what you accomplished. This is more of an arcade-style flyer than a sim, so be prepared for a bit of "that plane would never do that" type of stuff.

Ok, so first the good:

1) Great mission variety. Frequently you start the mission doing one thing, like bombing ground targets in a plane, and then switch to dogfighting other planes, and then switch back to ground bombing. Or you might start in an attack helicopter blowing up tanks, then switch to a troop copter for a landing and then switch to the door gunner to cover your troops, and then back to the attack copter. That's great, I didn't get bored with what I was doing in any given mission.

2) The Soundtrack. There's a period-specific rock'n'roll soundtrack that adds some atmosphere and given that this is a budget title it was a nice surprise. Certainly didn't expect it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Picked it up cheap at Game Stop for PS4. I have always liked flying games where I can shoot stuff, saw it and thought "what the heck."

There is a lot of bad with this game. The narrative is horrible, thank all that is good that it is skippable. The music was ok for a while, now I want to stick an ice pick in my head when I hear it. The controls are odd it takes some time to get used to, and finally the missions were woefully short in many places.

Besides all of that, it has some good moments when migs show up, or you have to take out a large fortified position, which are few. The game has a lot of potential, had the missions been designed to last 3x as long as they actually do. I hated this game at first, but after a while it grew on me, though only slightly.

Despite all the crappy aspects, I still had a little fun with it, I was thinking 2.5 stars but could only go with 2 or 3, so it got rounded up. If you can pick it up cheap, while you are waiting for the next awesome game release, it is ok to kill some time with, but certainly nothing to write home about.
I will say this, if I had anything to do with the release of this game, it would still be in development.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Wish it had been better. May 9, 2015
By Timo
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Rather disappointed in the game. But it only cost $16.00 so I guess I should have known. It really could be a great game if they would have taken it more seriously. Not just the stupid things like an Air Force F100 taking off from a Navy Carrier Really? but the controls are hard to manage. Changing views are cumbersome and programmed maneuvers kind of defeats the purpose. This game is like the old arcade games of the 90s. I really was hoping for a good aerial game for the PS4 but there does not seem to be any out there.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
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There are several documented cases of PSYOPS using loud music and videos to emotionally drain and demoralize their targets. During the US Invasion of Panama, rock music was blasted at the vatican embassy. In 2003 metal was played at Iraqi prisoners for 24 hours at a time to break their will. A far quicker and more effective solution would be to have prisoners play this game.

Usually when I play a game I lose track of time. I'll lose myself in an immersive world and forget how many hours have passed by until I glance at the clock and realize it's time for bed so I can get enough sleep before work in the morning. Then I will play one more level. With this game I find myself 40 minutes in impatiently staring at my watch wondering when this will be over. I find myself flying to a random point on a map only slightly larger than my helicopter daydreaming about the time, hopefully soon, where I can put this game up on a shelf only to pull out and dust 5 years later to show my geeky friends one of the worst games of all time. "Man that's rad" they say as I painfully tell them in detail the trials and tribulations I went though that one time I beat the game. I take a sip of whisky in my leather chair and my eyes focus into the nothingness with the blank stair only a war vet would understand. My geeky friends would quietly back away.
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