Eidos recaptures Nam atmosphere musically
ShellShock: Nam '67, Eidos Interactive and Guerrilla's forthcoming jaunt into the harrowing Vietnam of the 1960's will be positively abrim with Good Morning Vietnam-inspired atmosphere, thanks to a highly authentic soundtrack. Artists confirmed for inclusion at this stage include Percy Sledge, Sonny and Cher, Roy Orbison, The Monkees, The Small Faces, John Lee Hooker, and The Troggs.
"One of the overriding aims of ShellShock: Nam '67 is to deliver as realistic interpretation of the Vietnam War as possible," enthused Eidos branding head Helen Lawson. "Having music in the game that was actually on the airwaves in 1967 will further enhance the game's authenticity."
ShellShock will be out on the PC, Xbox and PS2 later this month by current reckoning. Enjoy these new screenshots from the game in the meantime.
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