[bf1942] Vietnam

Andrew vonNiederhausern avonnied at genetics.utah.edu
Mon Mar 1 16:21:16 EST 2004

I believe one of the features is a built in mp3 player..

It is my understanding that it is tied to the radio in vehicles..

I guess that is one nice thing about choice though.. if you are happy with
BF1942 and its mods there isn't really anything that says you have to buy

If a lot of the stuff you want isn't in Vietnam you may want to hold of and
buy the following sequel (if there is one, they are running out of classic
conflicts to base the game around)..

There has been buzz that Trauma studios (The makers of desert combat) and
DICE have an agreement to make a game.. that maybe the one you want to wait

-----Original Message-----
From: Lee Latham [mailto:leeprivate at cgmlarson.com] 
Sent: Monday, March 01, 2004 1:08 PM
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: Re: [bf1942] Vietnam

Just went and checked 'em out.  Looks like a terrific mod.

I'd like to see buildings you can destroy.  Further character animation 
improvement (did I see any in there?  I'm not sure from the lo-res 
movies).  Hillsides you can put craters in.  Day/night 
cycles.  Rain.  Civilians.  Windows you can break (they had'em in Duke 
Nukem, presumably it can still be done!)  Ability to dig trenches.  Cut 
down trees (or, preferably, mow them down with machine gun fire.  Tough 
damn trees in bf1942 world).  Take trees and pieces of buildings to build 
fortified positions.  And, of course, more porn.

I could go on for hours.  In short, the only things that bf1942 is lacking 
in a big way, more interactivity with the environment, stuff deep in the 
engine itself.  I expect this would take a couple years.  Everything else 
is just interface tweaks and new weapons, and I for one will be 
disappointed to pay for it, just as I have been in the past with countless 
too-soon-to-be-real-upgrade sequels.  Grand Theft Auto: Vice City comes to 
mind.  Give me half of the above and I'll be elated to pay for it, and buy 
copies for my friends (again!)

A built in mp3 player would be very nice too.


At 02:23 PM 3/1/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>Well, it'll finally clean up a lot of the glitches in the mods, such as
>the fact that your hand is usually floating through the barrel of the gun,
>or the reloading animations that reload the M60 like a magazine fed
>weapon.  I put together a list of links to 19 high-res movies that are on
>IGN for BFV that are rather impressive.  Have a look.
> > Lee Latham wrote:
> >
> >> I must confess I wonder what the point of BF:V is, when there is
> >> an excellent mod out there for bf1942.
> >
> > I gotta say I've asked myself the exact same thing, especially after
> > spending an excellent night playing EOD, and noticing the level of
> > professional modelling, texturing, map making, balancing and testing
> > that has obviously gone into this mod.
> >
> > And after all, EOD is completely free...
> >
> > I guess we'll have to wait and see what DICE have up their sleeve...
> >
> > --ck
> >

Lee M. Latham
Vice Field Marshall Admiral Imperator Generalissimo of Sales and Support 
(muy importante)
+1 (713) 977-4177 x.103
lee at cgmlarson.com


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