Vietcong: Fist Alpha Review. We dive back into the jungle for some more intense shooting. Vietcong: Fist Alpha isn't exactly the biggest or best expansion pack ever to grace store shelves. That said, it does add on some new features and more action that fans of the original game will be sure to eat up. The new additions include five new weapons like the M14 and Scorpion, new multiplayer options including the new Turn Table mode, and a brand new campaign which has some great moments and some mind blowingly frustrating moments that follow a different main character across several new missions. Even with some gameplay problems and relative brevity of the campaign, Fist Alpha is still an acceptable expansion to one of the more interesting shooters of last year, especially at the lower $20 price tag.
The new campaign serves as a prelude to the original game. It follows the exploits of the same crew that you play with in the original game but under the command of your character, SFC Warren Douglass, a new addition to Vietcong. The "story" of the game shows the recon and beginning process of creating the Nui Pek base your crew is stationed at in the original Vietcong as well. It interesting seeing it being built and seeing it become what we had seen previously. Fist Alpha will also introduce one other new character named Nguyen Nham, who will serve as your point man for the first portion of the game until your old friend Nhut joins the squad. The rest of the guys, including Hornster, Crocker, DeFort, and Bronson are all back on the squad in their previous capacities with their same personalities, which you'll see more of in the cutscenes than the actual game. The new campaign is a short affair that is a lot like the original.
There are some interesting and varied missions that create a very tense and dangerous atmosphere. There are a lot of shooters out there, but there's nothing quite like the Vietcong experience and those that haven't given it a try might want to now that it's been repackaged along with the expansion. What you'll find are forests thick with undergrowth and full of enemy soldiers laying in wait for you and your band of soldiers. The pace and mood are nearly wonderfully controlled in most cases with some of the most impressive and unnerving moments residing in the calm before the storm.
You know the fight is coming, you just don't know exactly when. But when that gunfire finally erupts and you're in the middle of a bullet storm, it can cause some serious heart fluctuations. Missions will take you in and around Nui Pek as the United States tries to establish its base there. Not only will you be leading reconnaissance missions and defending the fledgling base, but you'll also be heading out to remove hostile forces in the area in assault and stealth based missions.
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Frankly, assault works much better than stealth here. Over the short campaign which I finished in roughly five to six hours, including time to create profanities vile enough to have my reservations in hell dropped down another level, I probably had about four hours of fun, mainly because of some AI issues and one sadistically sick level. This particular level is at the very end of the campaign and charges you to sneak into an area to destroy a radio before starting an attack in earnest. The rub is that you can't ever be seen for more than a fraction of a second. If you are, the enemy will somehow telepathically signal his friends that you're there who will in turn set off the alarm which will result in a mission failure.
In fact, if you bring your squad at all, they'll immediately break out their noisemakers and shoot the baddies as much as possible, also blowing cover. The worst part about this is that they all begin the level with a damn silenced pistol in their hands. Why don't they just use that pistol? I don't know but you'll have to enter the danger zone all by your lonesome and quickly learn the locations of the enemies, usually by being killed through a clump of bushes or by being seen from some unknown direction.
At least once you've been killed the camera will move to the location of your murderer at which point you'll know where to murder him first. This whole level is simply an exercise in frustration where the AI is either too good or awful.
Either it will be able to spot you crawling through the underbrush from 50 feet away or they won't be able to hear their buddy get shot in the head two meters away. They won't react to dead bodies and set off the alarm, but are jumpy as hell to a faint rustling of the bushes from your direction. it's bizarre and simply not fun.