Wednesday, February 20, 2013
A Storm is coming: "Air Conflicts: Vietnam" sends you right into the Green Hell
Eschborn, February 20th, 2013: The Vietnam War is the central theme in the arcade-flight-action game Air Conflicts: Vietnam. Helicopters join fighter jets for the first time in this new addition to the popular series.
The story focuses on the experiences of Joe Thompson, a young, talented, and dutiful pilot in the U.S. Air Force, who begins to realize that every war has two sides, and every victory has its victims...
Air Conflicts: Vietnam was developed by the Slovakian developer team Games Farm, who also produced the two previous games: "Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers" and "Air Conflicts: Secret Wars". Air Conflicts: Vietnam is coming out in the third quarter of 2013 for Xbox 360, PlayStation3, Linux, Mac OS and Windows PC.
About Air Conflicts: Vietnam
Air Conflicts: Vietnam offers the popular combination of flight simulation and arcade gameplay. In the course of the game, the player controls over 20 accurately simulated fighter jets and helicopters from the Vietnam War era. In certain missions, the player has to leave the pilots seat temporarily to operate the guns and defend against attacks. If several fighter jets take part in a mission, the player can equip and upgrade them individually, as well as control the entire squadron. Air Conflicts: Vietnam offers a variety of missions and a compelling story set against the background of one of the best-known and most controversial wars in modern history.