Originally Posted by KingofCards
I like BIA better. You have squads that you are in charge of and you direct them to set up suppressing fire, so you can sneak around and flank the Germans.
It is very realistic.
Cool... Sounds like the game play is similar to Full Spectrum Warrior. FSW actually originated from a U.S. Army video training program. FSW's setting is modern day Middle East, sandstorms and the whole deal
As the player you command two squads of 4 men each (eight men). Each squad of 4 operates as a unit, but you can partially control the movements and fire area of each man indivdually... if your really good that is! Most of the action is too intense to take as much time as would be required to direct each soldier.
Upon completion of the game, i.e.- beating it, the actual Army training video becomes available for playing. The army version is much harder! More primative, but more specific (I think).
Anyway I'll probably get BIA, sometime...
I haven't tried any of the Vietnam era games. Any recommendations of them?