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Battlefield 1942: The Complete Collection - PC

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 98
Rated: Teen
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  • Immerse yourself in intense WWII flight action as you make your way through the ranks of an elite fighter squadron.
  • Go deep behind enemy lines as you battle for victory in the European and Asian theaters of war.
  • Take command of Allied troops during the hellish battles of WWII as you struggle to wrest victory from the hands of the Fascists.
  • Wage war online from dark jungles to villages on the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
  • Master the weapons of warfare including pongee sticks and booby traps.
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Platform:PC  |  Edition:Complete Collection

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Uncover the secret weapons of WWII that may hold the key to the victory of the Allied forces against the Fascist empire. Collection includes: "Battlefield 1942" and "Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome Expansion Pack".

Battlefield 1942: The Complete Collection is the ultimate FPS experience. Included are all three Battlefield expansion packs in addition to the original: Battlefield 1942, Battlefield Vietnam, Secret Weapons over Normandy, and Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome. From the beaches of Normandy to the rock n' roll of Vietnam, every mission is available for a quick attack or an overnight multiplayer marathon.

In Battlefield 1942, you're a WWII soldier on a true-to-life battlefield, equipped with weapons that look and sound authentic, able to storm the beaches on foot or seamlessly jump into and out of any of 35 vehicles of war. The depth is incredible. While on foot, you play as one of five specialized classes (assault, medic, scout, antitank, or engineer) with varying equipment and abilities. The choice of vehicles ranges from a selection of tanks, jeeps, and other fairly standard mechanized land vehicles to exotic craft like battleships, submarines, and dive bombers. Best of all, you can pit yourself against your fellow man in objective-based online battles in four distinct WWII theaters of war: North Africa, South Asia Pacific, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe. This is everything that World War II Online should have been. This is Tribes 2 with better code, graphics, control--everything, and without the cheesy sci-fi trappings. This out-WWIIs Medal of Honor and Return to Castle Wolfenstein. This game is like the ultimate sandbox, with all the best toys.

Battlefield Vietnam: The Battlefield franchise enters a new era equipped with more firepower, modernized weaponry and vehicles, and a deeper infantry experience from the jungles to the beaches of Vietnam. From villages on the Ho Chi Minh Trail to the city streets of Hue wage modern warfare as the United States or North Vietnamese Army (NVA).

Secret Weapons over Normandy: Join a secret squad of pilots dedicated to thwarting the most heinous plans of the Third Reich. Fly over 20 authentic aircraft across 30 daring missions in this new WWII action-flyer. Lawrence Holland, the legendary creator of Star Wars X-Wing, Star Wars Tie Fighter, and Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe returns with an exhilarating new game of action and intrigue. Can you be trusted with the most dangerous secrets of the war?

Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome: Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome is a multiplayer-focused expansion pack for more exciting WWI combat action. You'll battle in the Italian and Sicilian campaigns of the war, on six new maps and real world missions like Operation Husky (Sicily) and the battles for Anzio and Monte Cassino. Use 8 new vehicles including the German BF-110 and British Mosquito fighter bombers to lead two new fighting forces - The French Legionnaires and Italian forces. You can even work with 3 new weapons - A rifle grenade launcher, the British Sten SMG and bayonets!

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Platform: PC | Edition: Complete Collection
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.2 x 7.5 inches ; 8.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 24, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (140 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,786 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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121 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Ren Höek on January 21, 2006
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Complete Collection
Ok, I love WWII fps games, I'm going through that phase I guess. I've played Call of Duty and Medal of Honour and I was surprised and somewhat disappointed in myself for not trying Battlefield 1942 yet-especially considering I love multiplayer. So I decided it was time I got Battlefield and since I always end up buying the expansion packs anyway, I figured I might as well get the Battlefield 1942: WWII Anthology. However when Christmas rolled around I saw this, the Complete Collection, on the shelf for the same price, in fact its even cheaper than the Anthology on Amazon!!!
Well, I got it for Christmas and it is one b****in' game pack! You get Battlefield 1942 v1.6, Battlefield 1942: The Road To Rome, Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWII and Battlefield Vietnam v1.2 (I think its basically the Redux version) AND Battlefield Vietnam: WWII Mod, Battlecraft Vietnam (a map editor)and Battlecraft 1942.*Take a breath*. It takes longer to read how much you get than it does to buy it! I mean WOW! This gives you a total of 8 disks!
...Ok, now that I've gotten that out of my system, I'm going to give you some info on the installation. This may sound stupid but I'm doing to prepare you for what to expect because I ran into a problem. First of all, you open the case (which is basically 4 times as thick as a DvD case) to find 6 of the disks piled on top of each other on the disk holder space moulded out of the case, leaving 2 of the disks loose in one of those paper disk cover each, and two manuals (the 1942 games manual-still referred to as the Anthology by the manual itself-and the Vietnam manual). Now, you put the first disk in the drive and simply check off all the games and features you want to install (just check them all off). Simple enough?
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Col Kev on January 14, 2007
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Complete Collection
This is IT for MULTIPLAYER ww2 FPS gaming. BF1942 is NOT, nor was it ever intended to be, a single player game (nor was bfVietnam). I prefer the ww2 genre to the modern stuff, so perhaps that's why I still like good old bf1942 and bfVietnam over bf2, halo, etc...

The graphics are great, there are still several servers to play on, the official sites along w/patches are still there, and the gameplay is just amazing. Accuracy depends on whether you're moving or not and you have to learn how much lead is required for the distance to your target (just like in most other FPS that don't have the stupid auto-locking type of aim). Only new players complain they can't hit anything while getting one-shotted. But that's not fair because it's the same w/every FPS game till you learn the mechanics of that game.

What's so fun is both the capture-the-flag(spawn point) gameplay and, most of all, the fact that every vehicle (ship, plane, tank, gun emplacement, you name it) is usable by YOU. No stationary or pre-defined pathing type vehicles. No eye-candy-only tanks, jeeps, planes - they are are all useable by you - and you've been trained in ALL of them (lol).

Lots of extras in the game like the function key voice system (that types a message in chat but simultaneously plays the voice over your speakers - in the native tongue of your team (Russian, Japanese, German, Vietnamese, English w/a British accent, etc...).

I don't play video games near as often as I used to, but when I do, I still reach for my bf1942 CD's 9 times out of 10. For ww2 multiplayer FPS games, this is the only choice imo. For single player only I don't know what to say - I hate single player FPS scenarios. After playing 16 v 16 (or more depending on the server) real live players, I just can't enjoy single player FPS games anymore.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David R. Krueger on March 16, 2009
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Complete Collection
From the other reviews, it's obvious that the real strength of this game lies in its multiplayer mode. Nonetheless, I bought it with the intention of playing it in a single player mode. For a stinkin' $10 you get BF1942, plus the two expansion packs and BF Vietnam with the WWII mod. Not a bad value unless the game really sucks, which it most certainly does not.

It reminded me of Quake Wars, Enemy Territory. A large playing field with various spawn points and you get to be on one of two teams of bots. Admittedly, the bots aren't all that smart. I found the bots in Quake III Arena to be infinitely smarter, although that could just be my memory playing tricks on me. I haven't played Quake III in single player mode in ages.

Anyway, I played through the campaign mode and then through the instant maps of the expansion packs and enjoyed every one. I couldn't fly the planes very well, so that was the least fun part of it. There's a lot of variety in the weapons and a huge selection of different vehicles. This game is worth playing just for the tanks. They were nicely done and fairly realistic. Going over rough terrain, the tanks bounce up and down as you would expect a real tank to do.

This is an old game, so don't expect much in the way of detailed graphics, but the game ran quite smooth without a single problem on my Vista x64 machine. I did have to configure the properties of the executable to run in administrator mode before it would save the selectable options, profiles, and game status. One nice thing about the Complete Collection is that you don't have to download any patches for it. They are already in the game when you install it.
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