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Operation Flashpoint: Red River Previews - PC

Operation Flashpoint: Red River
Game Description: Building extensively on the successes of Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, Red River brings wide-ranging advancements including a deeper narrative-led campaign, streamlined inventory and control system, a refined enemy and squad AI system, player class roles including customizable XP upgrades and loadout choice, close-quarters combat, new air support options and comprehensive tutorials.
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    Operation Flashpoint: Red River Hands-On Preview -- The First Few Brutal Hours

    We go hands on with the first few hours of Codemasters modern military shooter to see if Operation Flashpoint has what it takes to make Battlefield and Call of Duty fans stand up and take notice.

    Posted: Apr 4, 2011


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    Operation Flashpoint: Red River Preview

    The tactical military shooter franchise offers up another chapter in the modern war.

    Posted: Nov 23, 2010


  • Operation Flashpoint: Red River Video Review

    Posted: June 15, 2011

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