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Green-5ive

Tanks?I eat 'em for breakfast!

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17th November 2004

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#21 15 years ago

Yeah, RtR was pretty cool. But Secret Weapons and especially Vietnam were mistake... a bit sad, typically EA. But I agree. I actually think FH should get rid of all the old BF maps, or at least rebuild them so that they don't look identical to the regular one. Wake is a good example of what should be done to all the old maps... ps. can't wait for .66 :lol:




Meadow

You might very well think that

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21st February 2004

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#22 15 years ago

Vietnam had Hue 1968... proof that every cloud has a silver lining. Except this was a mushroom cloud with a small nickel inside it.

Husky is just such a cool map...




Flippy Warbear

One of Kelly's Heroes

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2nd January 2004

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#23 15 years ago

Oh i loved RTR maps, all of them. But just four out of eight of Secret Weapons maps. They were imo, awful. Really awful. RTR maps, such as Operation Husky and Monte Cassino are my favorites. I hope FH Devs will create these battles too. :)




NoCoolOnesLeft

My Blood Is Olive Drab

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#24 15 years ago

Maybe I said it wrong, but I really, really liked the Road to Rome maps. They required a whole lot of thinking to acomplish an objective. Take Anzio for example, to get to the rear flags you could take an LCP to the docks, and risk fire from the AA guns and MG nests, or take a convoy of M3 Grants and M3A1 Halftracks down to the towns and across the bridges, or stick with a group of people and Tommygun your way around the mountain cliffs, fighting off the German forces.

It was great, it sure beats the 'charge blindly and hope you dont get hit' approach we see in many maps.