Summary: I gave this game two stars but because it has some issues with newer computers any operating system above vista and even then some. But if running windows 7 or above or in 64 bit don't bother, the game plays but crashes and being this old is unsupported by the original maker.
Summary: Something weird is happening, the game plays the first mission, but when it goes to go to the second canyon, the game shuts down, I don't understand it. Do I need something? I'm running Windows Vista
Summary: Loved it, So much great memories, good graphics for the time, great atmosphere, I loved how grim they depicted everything. It's just one of those games that remain in your memories. Multiplayer was great too
Summary: This game is not advertised as a "first person shooter" but it should be.You have to complete the game to open up all of the campaigns but once you do, click on Single Player and "Quick Fight". Now let me say you can forget about "quick fight" because you'll be playing this for a long time.
Summary: Single player has one of the best campaign experience ever. Weapons are unique respectively . the story is rich as good war movie out there, but not overly-dramatic like those ordinal WW2 shooters. Various locations drawn/built in fine detail.
Summary: I can't remember previously playing a game that alternated between bliss and misery from one level to the next. The wildly inconsistent missions in Viectcong make it the most schizophrenic game I've ever encountered.
Summary: viecong turned out to be one of the finest games i have played in a long time the only problems with the game that i do not like is the fact that after every mission when you go back to your camp u are confined to your bunker and the shooting range and cannot roam around the camp there are excellent...
Summary: This game is unique in its on way. I did have fun playing it, and yes you full as if your there in the woods and jungles of vietnam. There are a few bugs here and there, but not enough to make you just want to stop playing it.
Summary: FPS & Single-Player-Fan Fun. I'm a fan of single-player action. There's just enough story line in VIETCONG to tie the mission concepts together. Some maps have better grapics, textures, etc., than others, but the atmosphere truly prevails throughout.