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: 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: One thing about first person shooters nowadays is that so many of them seem the same. That's why Vietcong is somewhat refreshing, since it is kind of different. The game really makes a bad first impression on you with its ugly graphics and unorthodox gameplay. Vietcong isn't a stealth game.
Summary: I buy tons of fps games. This one is a little different in that it really includes you as part of the game - more of a plot than most. Graphics are fast, but the world is a little screwy somtimes - not much freedom as it directs you exactly where you're supposed to go, and sometimes there are really...
Summary: I enjoyed this game thoroughly. I think it's only worth playing the missions, however. The missions are fun and taxing. The game really draws you in and the weapons are fantastic. I do have some beef with this game, tho'.
Summary: I bought this game as a sort of 'methadone substitute' in the absence of a new Ghost Recon title, and was pleasantly surprised at first. For your money, you get a nicely rendered jungle environment, and some anxious moments trying to target a well-concealed enemy. However... I just got SOOOO bored!
Summary: One thing you notice when you begin to play vietcong is that it is a very atmospheric game, from the rainforest settings to the screams of your team mates as they slaughter yet more enemies without hesitation or remorse.
Summary: When I first played the demo of this game I was very impressed. I had just played the Delta Force BHD and not to my suprise Nova Logic still haven't produced a DF title to come anywhere close to being as good as DF2, so I thought VC was damn good.
Summary: Really, I'm not kidding. Why call a game 'Vietcong' if you're not going to play as the Vietnamese? That would at least have provided some stealthy fun setting booby traps. I suppose because calling it 'A-Team' might have caused disappointment upon finding it didn't include Mr. T.