Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features:Single game mode
We Don't like war. People get killed, you don't get to wash and it happens all too often. We do like playing at war though. No one gets killed, and the only obstacle to personal hygiene is laziness and the desire to spend all hours of the day killing pretend people. But if you thought Medal Of Honor was as close to the front line as you were going to get, you haven't seen Vietcong. It makes MoH feel like a backyard waterpistol fight.
You can practically smell the sap bleeding from the trees as you move through Vietcong's dense jungles; the oppressive humidity coating you in a mosquito-bitten coat of thick sweat. And, when the bullets start flying, you'll want to duck out of the way lest they fly out of the monitor and turn your face into a soggy mess. That's how real it feels.
As part of a six-man Special Forces team, at least you're never alone, but that doesn't mean the tension lets up for even a second. You need to keep alert for trip-mines, listen to every crackling branch or passing wild animal in case it turns out to be Charlie on your trail, and keep a head level enough to bark out orders at the crucial time. Not that the highly intelligent team(comprising a guide, a medic, an engineer, a machine-gunner and radioman) won't behave like real people at all times - watching your back, providing cover or, if you're unlucky, legging it. The problem is that the enemy partakes of the same sublime Al, reminding you that every heartbeat could be your last.