Summary: There are swamp, rice pattys, villages. The missions are poorly conceived pieces of stuff, it is also very, very, very linear to the point that they don't hide it like in any other video game. The enemy is not changeling (the NVA would hide and not have big hats). The enemies come in two flavors those that just stand there oblivious that they have to move to avoid your shoots and those that run towards you.
Summary: If you are looking for something that realistically portrays being in Vietnam, then get Conflict: Vietnam. If you are looking for an arcade game, then get Shellshock. Mind you. Shellshock doesn't even re-create the Vietnam like Jungle. It looks like you are going through the woods in your local area.
Summary: This game lacked many realistic details, for example: *The Vietcong were not very smart (in my opinion the AI was terrible). *Whoever designed it had a serious obsession with blood and dismembered limbs. *You never really feel like you've got a mission other than to kill your way through seemingly endless enemies. *The characters have no honor or valor, making you feel like there is no good side to fight for. *The weapons were not done as well as to be expected.
Summary: I waited almost 4 months for this game and come to find out the missions suck and the so called "true war" experiance was about the most "untrue war" experiance I have had from any game. The only mission that was any good was the forth where you have to rescue the POW's. They also say that "Each mission should range from 45 to 65min in length". 10 mins on each mission is more like it! and on the subject of missions 11 only i thought it was going to be 14?