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Man of Valor
Developer(s) : 2015, Inc. | Publisher(s): Vivendi Universal
Platform(s): PC | Genre(s): First-person shooter | ESRB: M
Men of Valor is a first-person shooter video game for the PC and Microsoft Xbox. It was developed by 2015, Inc., published by Vivendi Universal and first released on October 19, 2004. Men of Valor is based on the Unreal engine and simulates infantry combat during the Vietnam War.
Men of Valor follows Dean Shepard and his squad of Marines from the 3rd Battalion of the 3rd Marine Division through sixteen missions during the Vietnam War including missions at the height of the Tet Offensive.
The single-player campaign lasts a good 15 hours (or more, depending on how many times you need to restart various levels). Unfortunately, the PC phiên bản doesn't include the Xbox's option for cooperative play through the single-player campaign. It does, however, make a few multiplayer enhancements to the Xbox version, such as support for twice as many players, twice as many maps, and an extra gameplay mode. Multiplayer features six different game types for up to 24 players. These include standard deathmatch and team deathmatch and two capture-the-flag variants. There's also a "mission" mode that generally requires one team to defend some object while the other team attempts to destroy it, and "Frontline," which is a capture-and-hold game that's included only in the PC version. The PC's dozen-or-so maps (a few extra ones are available for deathmatch only) offer a nice variety of both jungle and urban settings. The multiplayer game isn't groundbreaking, but it's solid enough to be entertaining for a while. Without vehicles or the epic scope of recent multiplayer-focused titles such as Joint Operations, though, Men of Valor's multiplayer feels like more of an afterthought than a fully formed game.
Unlike most recent Vietnam War-themed games--and unlike most Vietnam War-themed anything, for that matter--Men of Valor sort of recasts the war as a misunderstood WWII-style conflict without much moral ambiguity. The developers haven't completely alone their civic duty, though, since the main character is an African-American grunt, which leads to some earnest lessons about racism in between the shooting. Luckily, the shooting wins out over the moralizing and helps make Men of Valor one of the few games to successfully tackle the Vietnam War.
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