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Battlefield Vietnam

Battlefield Vietnam



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Published by: jackoftrades on Jan 15, 2009
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Prima is an authorized Electronic Arts licensee.
Game Experience MayChange During Online PlayThis game has received thefollowing rating from the ESRB
The Prima Games logo is a registered trademark ofRandom House, Inc., registered in the United States andother countries. Primagames.com is a registered trademarkof Random House, Inc., registered in the United States.Prima Games is a division of Random House, Inc.© 2004 Digital Illusions CD AB. All Rights Reserved. Battlefield Vietnam isa trademark of Digital Illusions CE AB. Electronic Arts, EA, EA GAMES,and the EA GAMES logo are trademarks or registered trademarks ofElectronic Arts Inc. EA GAMES™ is an Electronic Arts™ brand.No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or byany means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording,or by any information storage or retrieval system without writtenpermission from Electronic Arts Inc.Product Manager: Christy L. CurtisProject Editor: Teli HernandezDesign and Layout: Kari Keating
Please be advised that the ESRB rating icons, "EC", "K-A", "E", "T", "M", "AO" and"RP" are copyrighted works and certification marks owned by the EntertainmentSoftware Association and the Entertainment Software Rating Board and may onlybe used with their permission and authority. Under no circumstances may the ratingicons be self-applied or used in connection with any product that has not been ratedby the ESRB. For information regarding whether a product has been rated by theESRB, please call the ESRB at 1-800-771-3772 or visit www.esrb.org. For infor-mation regarding licensing issues, please call the ESA at (212) 223-8936. Pleasenote that ESRB ratings only apply to the content of the game itself and does NOTapply to the content of this book.Important:Prima Games has made every effort to determine that the information contained inthis book is accurate. However, the publisher makes no warranty, either expressedor implied, as to the accuracy, effectiveness, or completeness of the material in thisbook; nor does the publisher assume liability for damages, either incidental orconsequential, that may result from using the information in this book. Thepublisher cannot provide information regarding game play, hints and strategies, orproblems with hardware or software. Questions should be directed to the supportnumbers provided by the game and device manufacturers in their documentation.Some game tricks require precise timing and may require repeated attemptsbefore the desired result is achieved.ISBN: 0-7615-4547-6Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2004102139Printed in the United States of America04 05 06 07 GG 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Teamwork is now necessary to capture theflags. Knowing this, it is always helpful tostick with your buddies (this includesbuddies in your vehicle). Friends hanging outin the back of your BTR-60 or M-113 will beeffective in turning over those flags quickly.Mobile armored transport is very effective when capturing a flag. Driving into the radiusof a CP (Control Point) flag with your BTR-60or M-113, and jump into one of the rearseats (protected by the vehicles armor). Aperson sitting in the driver's seat will beexposed for an easy enemy headshot.Airlifts can be used as a weapon. Using thechopper, drop airlifted empty U.S. vehicles tosquash enemies below (as a form of bomb),or airlift and drop an enemy driven U.S. vehicle.Exposed infantry with weapons areinvaluable when they are your passengers(for example: the soldier sitting in position #2of the jeep). This is the case with a friendlyengineer. When driving into battle with your jeep, make sure you have the exposedsoldier continually fixing the vehicle with the wrench. This will make your head-on vehicleassaults more effective.
You don't have to shoot the wooden plank for the spiked log trap to trigger. Be sneakyand plant explosives by the plank (C4,TNT, etc), then hide somewhere withinsight of the trap, and detonate it when you see enemysoldiers run by.Take mines and booby traps off vehicles when you see one of your buddies about toget in. Only the person who threw themdown can pick them up with the assigned"pick up item" key.N.V.A. Punji Sticks and Caltrops areextremely helpful in holding off infantry. Dropthem across infantry entry points to your CP.
Mobile spawn points are invaluable to yourteam. If placed in the right spot, they canhelp you capture a CP quickly. The N.V.A.can do this by placing the tunnel (with theshovel engineer), or by hovering over a CP with the Mi8 cargo (and having soldiers jumpout the back). The U.S. can do the same byairlifting/dropping the ammo crate or TANGOnear a CP via helicopter airlift.Mobile spawn tunnels or crates may bedropped near your CP. Be sneaky and stealthe N.V.A. shovel from the Engineer's Kit or aU.S. helicopter, and move the spawn point.Now your enemy will have to walk a long way to gain access to a CP or vehicle.
In "Operation Flaming Dart," be aware thatyou can stop aircraft from spawning bydestroying their airbase guard towers (thisgoes for U.S. and N.V.A. airbases).

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