Reviews and Problems with Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
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A fun, and different experience
TripleBullet187 , GameStop
11 March 2010
Summary: I got this thinking it would be okay just something to beat. Well i ended up loving it, i was suprised considering all the horrible reviews it got. The story line is okay but the combat is fun. Idk, i like it on the computer more than i like MW2 on it, but this games is garbage on the console while MW2 is way better. I enjoy calling in airstrikes and thing of that nature. The weapon work well and everything is balanced nice. I think it is a rent for sure.
Summary: I've been playing Dragon Rising since it was available in the US. I won't repeat the backstory of Dragon Rising and all the ways that it fell short of it's potential. If you're buying this game just for the single-player campaign you will probably be disappointed. The missions range from marginal to acceptable, but you never get the awesome feeling of being in a squad or that first time you came under fire from enemy armor that you got in Operation Flashpoint.
Summary: It has been a while since I bought a game. So, I was looking around and noticed Operation Flash Point (OFP) along with the new Call of Duty (COD) game. I've owned and played all the COD games available (for the PC anyway). I loved the games and probably would enjoy the new one as well. COD has been a very successful series of games and with reason. However, I am a bit tired of COD's scripted, arcade experience. Sure, COD has great graphics and sound and it is fun.
Summary: I was hoping for a more Operation flashpoint original game. However what I gt was a unfinished short console port with not so great controls. To start off the game runs great and sounds sounds just as good. That is about where it ends. This game mostly has a focus for multiplayer but with horrible connection to authetication servers its hard to even log into your account.
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising - Modern Warfare at its best
19 October 2009
Excerpt: "Operation Flashpoint 2 : Dragon Rising came out just last week and I got it as an early birthday present from a lovely friend. Being naughty, I didn’t want to wait to play it so I tore it out of its packaging and installed it. My main goal was playing the multiplayer co-op with him, but I’ll get to that in a moment. I’ll start from the beginning. I have never played Operation Flashpoint, but I had heard good things (and rave reviews) about the ...
Pros: immersive large environments, tactical team play, good graphics, realistic but not too much
Cons: poor AI in places, buggy multiplayer at the moment
Excerpt: ?? um jogo maravilhoso,só que poderia ser melhor,pois pra vc chegar a um objetivo vc tem que andar muito e alem disso sao muitos comandos pára vc ter que dar aos soldados,se é uma equipe cada um tem o doreito de saber o que tem que fazer,e pra vc acertar alguem é muito dificil,eu daria 10 somente pelos graficos do jogo,eu jogo ele em italiano porq entendo e mesmo assim acho dificil porq tem muito comando..
Excerpt: Ciao a tutti sono qui per parlarvi di questo fantastico gioco per ps3, comprato in un negozio di videogame. TRAMA: Il gioco è ambientato nell'isola di Skira, un ex territorio cinese conquistato prima dal Giappone e poi dalla Russia, dopo la fine dell ...
Conclusion: Leider finde ich das Spiel recht kurz, aber wenn der "Missons Editor" funktioniert (was bei mir nicht der Fall war) kann es schon viel länger sein. Es macht im Allgemeinen eine Menge Spaß und die Missionen sind abwechslungsreich gestalltet. Der Multiplayer ist auch gut gelungen, wie bei ArmA, ArmA 2 und OPF 1. Wer auf taktische Shooter steht sollte es auf jedenfall spielen, wer aber auf "hirnloses" herumgeballere steht sollte eher zu "Serious Sam 2" greifen.