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Rising Storm 2 Vietnam Free Download GAMESPACK.NET A lot of games try to emulate suppression, to approximate what it’s like to be fired upon, but Rising Storm 2: Vietnam does it more effectively than any of them. It’s not through fidelity—the particle effects are unimpressive—or even the heavily applied post-processing that blurs your vision. The panic is kicked up by the contradiction of being utterly fragile and needing to throw your body at the enemy anyway. Stay still and lose, move and die. Rising Storm 2 forces us into chaos with enough authenticity to let us be consumed by it more often than not. The latest from Tripwire and Antimatter Games is a lateral move: the same 64-player, tactics heavy battles of the World War II-based Red Orchestra series, now in Vietnam, with assault rifles and helicopters and tunnels. Where the Battlefield games provide military playgrounds with activities for everyone, Rising Storm 2 generates military anarchy that must be coaxed toward victory by able commanders and squad leaders. On an individual level, it’s about performing unlikely feats of marksmanship despite a hundred sounds and two million jungle pixels distracting you from the little clump of color that counts: a helmet in the distance, just peeking over a rock. Rising Storm 2’s maps are more naturalistic than Battlefield maps. Cover is scattered about in the form of concrete half-walls, crumbling buildings, crawl spaces, jungle foliage and the crispy remains of tanks. The angles are more erratic, and the frontline less fixed.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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I love the moments where I’ve gotten turned around, and accidentally found myself behind the enemy’s advance. It’s a hunt for clarity amid chaos—knowing where to aim is the first step in aiming. As a result, Rising Storm 2 isn’t as routine as Battlefield 1, where I know that on Fao Fortress, for instance, capturing the Ottoman stronghold is a useless grind for prime sniping spots, and it’s nearly always better to hold Delta and use it to stage attacks on the lowground. Rising Storm 2’s new Supremacy mode, which is similar to Battlefield’s Conquest mode in that each team can capture any point on the map at any time, isn’t so obvious. Without a communicative commander (one player on each team who monitors the map, calls in spotting planes, and initiates artillery and napalm strikes and other wide area attacks), a loss is almost guaranteed, because if everyone is doing their own thing they’re likely to accomplish nothing. Replacing the bolt-action rifles of the series’ World War 2 games is the far deadlier technology of the ’60s: the AK-47, the M16A1, the M14. Having 64 automatic or semi-automatic weapons on the field makes any dash out of cover near futile without covering fire, and means one well-positioned soldier can pin an entire squad in place. No longer can players dance around each other, swinging the long barrels of Springfields and Karabiner 98ks, firing, missing, and firing again as if playing Unreal Tournament instagib.

Rising Storm 2 Vietnam – Official Soundtrack.

Close-quarters meetings are resolved near-instantly as both players spray each other down with bullets. I miss that test of reflexive, single-shot marksmanship, though in its place Rising Storm 2 increases the importance of positioning, smoke grenades, awareness, and speed, demanding that you spot enemies rapidly and decide to shoot with no hesitation. Playing a round of Territories, the series’ core mode in which one team defends a series of strongholds while the other attempts to capture each of them in sequence, is reminiscent of the 2014 Tom Cruise flick Edge of Tomorrow. On my first life I was shot by a sniper I never saw, and won’t see for three more lives. Next my whole squad was hit by a grenadier. A few more lives later, I’ve killed the sniper, dodged the grenadier, and have now run head first into the long, flicking tongue of a flamethrower. Something that most video games fail to get across is that war is never fun. While I do believe that games should be entertaining, of course, and that there is nothing wrong with enjoying games such as Call of Duty or Battlefield, the act of war shouldn’t be fetishized or made to seem enjoyable. Even though these games are more than willing to admit that the events taking place are atrocities, it’s hard to feel like that is the message when they desensitize the shooting of hundreds of nameless brown people. Video games for the most part are power fantasies, which usually means that the fear and hopelessness that comes into play when in real combat are usually nonexistent.Spintires MudRunner

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There is no sense of fear or cautiousness when you can gun down waves of enemies or regenerate health after a certain amount of time. Most of the time you play the “good guy” in these conflicts. There are truly few examples where a game about war actually shows how insignificant you are in the grand scheme of things. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam not only succeeds in being a very fun and fulfilling multiplayer experience, but also a masterclass look at emergent storytelling. A lot of multiplayer only FPSs come out every year, with varying levels of success and different design goals. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam falls in line with other more realistic shooters, whose goal is more to be a combat simulator than a run-and-gun experience. And whether or not you will gravitate towards and enjoy this title will depend on whether you like this harsh, tactics-based gameplay. Rising Storm 2 is challenging from the get-go, with even just the basics of shooting being a mechanically-challenging feat at the start. The game has a very hard recoil system, meaning you can’t just spray and hit something all the time. Your character will heavily breathe as well. Regardless of whether you are hip-firing or using your sights, you will need to press the F button to lessen your breath and aim more precisely. The level of mechanical skill and complexity here shows how demanding the game can be. I don’t believe this is bad, however. The game’s goals are to encourage team play and mindful positioning, rather than arcade shooter heroics.

United States Army and Marine Corps.

In a weird way similar to Rainbow Six or CS:GO, crosshair positioning is a more effective way to rack up kills than finesse. Not that there isn’t room for finesse here, but being more patient and finding a good amount of cover while still maintaining a solid amount of vision was the difference between a night of just three kills a match to 10+ kills a match. When you enter a match, you are given a list of classes you can play. Keep in mind, though, that there can be only a certain number of these characters in any given game. The only class that can have an unlimited amount of player is your basic infantry. The player limitation for each role is to provide balance to any team’s composition. Since combat is very unforgiving, it would me no sense if there could be more than a few Snipers or Commanders. The classes all have unique function as well, with each role demanding a different gameplay mindset to help your team win. For example, a Radioman isn’t a combat-focused class, but rather a class that is responsible for helping give callouts and support to the Commander. This is awesome, and I love how non-combat classes still feel important even though they are not taking part in the conflict directly. Most of my time with the game I played the 64-player game mode. It was really easy to tell the difference between a well-coordinated squad over one that just messed around. The way each class plays, along with their respective gameplay mindset, makes every game a true test of teamwork.The TakeOver Switch NSP

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Teamwork does indeed make the dream work here. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is the next in the series that has twice been PC Gamer’s ‘Multiplayer Game of the Year’, bringing the franchise into the era of automatic rifles, man-portable grenade launchers and more modern weapons systems. Still with the authentic look and feel and realistic weapon handling that the series is known for. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam offers intense action for up to 64 players in battles between the forces of South Vietnam (the US and their Allies) and those of the North – the regular, main-force units of North Vietnamese Army, plus the guerilla fighters of the National Liberation Front (or Viet Cong). The Northern forces offer a broader mix, with the People’s Army of Vietnam (PAVN – or NVA) as the regular, disciplined and better-equipped main fighting force, in comparison to the National Liberation Front (NLF) guerrilla fighters, equipped with whatever weaponry was passed down the chain to them from Russia and China – known as the Viet Cong. For supporting weapons each has The most exciting moments of Rising Storm 2 are when you wiggle your way into a blind spot, and I prefer playing defense for this reason. Individual power is muted on the attack, where simply getting your body on the point is the most important task, but as a defender there’s more time to seek out a dominant position. When I load into the game fast enough to claim one of the limited specialty classes, I prefer machinegunner.

Army of the Republic of Vietnam.

The most fun I have is when battlefield intelligence and my own intuition align to give me clear view of an enemy lane where I can singlehandedly suppress an assault with bursts of fire and save a flank while I reroute my team to come help. I love those brief acts of individual heroism, though they are a small part of the team-focused roleplay. The bulk of any match is going to be spent laying down suppressive fire, calling out enemy locations, and edging into good positions. Communication is vital. Recently, I enjoyed having a little chat with a friendly sniper who was concerned my machinegun fire would draw attention to him, and of course, I relocated as a result. What Red Orchestra and Rising Storm remain great at is getting players to approach battles in physical terms. Excepting the cries of “get on the point,” we don’t talk much about gun balance or game systems, but of hillsides and LZs and flanks. I was in for a rude awakening when I first jumped into Rising Storm 2: Vietnam, the sequel to the stand-alone expansion for Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, Rising Storm. I had never played the original game, so I didn’t have much of an idea on how it played. I fool heartily assumed it would be similar to Battlefield. On paper, they hit all the same bullet points with features across both of them being similar, such as squads, classes, and game modes, and so I went into my first match playing it as I would the recent Battlefield games.

Oh boy, oh boy, was that wrong, as I was met with death after death, finishing my first match with two kills, but with a death count that crossed over double digits. This is because while from the outside Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is a 64 player multiplayer team-based shooter, it’s tuned for more of a realistic experience than Battlefield, and due to its willingness to bring a close take on the conflicts of the Vietnam War, it’s an experience that requires more patience and demand from the player. What makes it a challenge for anyone with a lack of experience in this semi-sim action is how the game does not spoon feed information. Hell, even the tutorial is just a bunch of YouTube videos to explain controls, classes, combat, and game modes, leaving just a playground to practice flying a helicopter and shooting targets. My first few matches required adjustment, unlearning the automatic actions that have built up over the years of more arcade shooters. The user interface isn’t implemented in such a way to make this easy. You’ll probably shoot a few friendly units in your first few matches, as a small coloured indicator doesn’t appear on a character’s torso unless you look at the unit long enough. Mix in deaths from one or two bullets – light wounds can be healed, but takes a few seconds to apply the bandage – from people sneaking up behind you or hiding in the environment and popping shots from a distanced, and it is easy to see people becoming frustrated.

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Rising Storm 2 Vietnam Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

After a few matches I began to learn how this game should be played, how to push forward, and how to work together in a game that relies heavily on team cooperation and situational awareness. Eventually frustration turned into progress, which then turned into a whole lot of fun. The noticeable difference when matching with other popular shooters is with the combat. It’s a slower and methodically paced game where no on screen reticle exist, guns shake and weaver when hip firing, ammo count needs manually checking, recoil is in full effect – short bursts and aiming down sight is advised – and suppression is a thing. When in situations under fire with bullets passing by you or napalm strikes landing close to the location, the game will kick in suppression where the screen begins to blur, you cannot focus correctly for a few seconds and weapon handling is affected. This mechanic is implemented to try show the implications of fear in war, something a player never experiences sat in front of a monitor and acting as a super soldier, which will get you killed in this game. Staying alive is likely to happen if you focus on being within a squad of up to six people and pushing together, using a lot cover and leaning out with lean keys, and mostly keeping out of sight of the enemy, since as mentioned before, a hit or two can take you down, so being in a team all flanking or pushing together is more of a threat to the opposition.The Mansion

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