With Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam, DICE has done its best to make us feel like we’re in the infamous 1960s conflict, though we didn’t need to worry about the many hardships soldiers faced during the true rumble in the jungle. Weapons look rusted, but never jam. Soldiers appear beaten up, though they don’t suffer from a myriad of ailments or grow weary in combat. Rice fields appear in the distance and the jungle stretches for what seems like miles, but we never stepped on a landmine or caked our boots with mud. No, none of those things prevented us from enjoying our time with this highly anticipated expansion. Instead, it was the guy in the tank who caused the most grief.
John Artest (RunDLC)