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Operation Flashpoint: Red River Latest News - Xbox 360

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 News

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  • Operation Flashpoint: Red River Preview

    Operation Flashpoint: Red River is currently planning an invasion of game stores everywhere in early 2011. We recently had the opportunity to check out the invasion plans. "Your three squad mates – or your entire squad – are mapped to your D-pad, allowing for easy selection when issuing individual commands. These commands are...

    Posted November 23, 2010

    Operation Flashpoint: Red River Preview
  • Codemasters Announces Operation Flashpoint: Red River For 2011

    Codemasters today officially announced the first details about Operation Flashpoint: Red River, the next iteration in their tactical military shooter franchise scheduled for release next year. Read More?

    Posted August 6, 2010

    Codemasters Announces Operation Flashpoint: Red River For 2011
  • Operation Flashpoint: Red River Video Review

    Posted: June 15, 2011

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