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Men of Valor delayed

"Color" us surprised.

2015's Vietnam FPS Men of Valor has been set back to Q4 2004 for reasons unknown, according to publisher Vivendi-Universal Games. It's the second setback that MoV has endured lately, after the game was originally put back from Christmas 2003 to first half 2004. Men of Valor: Vietnam is due out on PC and Xbox.

Created by 2015 Games, the company -- though, as Activision and Call of Duty developer Infinity Ward would point out, not necessarily the same people -- who developed the groundbreaking Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, Men of Valor follows new recruit Dean Shepard and his yankee soldier pals through sixteen historically significant missions - dragging the player from the coastal plains of Chu Lai to the ancient city of Hue at the height of the Tet Offensive.

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