Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising Review


Posted October 12, 2009 - By Dana Leahy

Craving realistic combat senarios, but not enough to enlist in the actual Army? TheFeed's Brian Leahy has a review of the new multiplatform release Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising. From his review:

Codemasters’s focus on realism is commendable. Dragon Rising isn’t a true simulation, but it’s effective at creating a dangerous combat environment. Death comes quickly and wounds will leave you bleeding and impaired. Took a shot to the head, but didn’t die? Your vision will be blurred. Hit in the arm? Have fun aiming. Enemies work on the same system and will be wounded, critically or not, as often as they are killed outright. Their squadmates will also move to heal them and get them back into the fight. Ammo conservation is also a factor if you want to keep your shiny US weaponry. Squeeze off too many shots and you’ll quickly find yourself using enemy weapons and scavenging clips off of downed soldiers, which I learned firsthand.

Click here to read the rest of the written review and see the game's score.

Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising Review


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