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“Operation Flashpoint: Red River is being built around four player co-op online play, complete with a strong narrative, new enemies and combat scenarios to deliver gameplay that immerses players in the reality of war like never before,” said Red River creative director Sion Lenton...........In addition to the story mode, the game will also feature additional co-op modes designed to “test players’ tactics and teamwork in distinct ways.” These include “escorting a convoy to safety under heavy fire, or falling back from the enemy against almost insurmountable odds.”
Aaaaaaaaand, you drove me away........Especially with this part:
Codemasters primary focus in the Dragon Rising follow up is co-op gameplay.
Dragon Rising was a good idea, just implemented very badly.
KnyghtMare ~You could always tell the person holding the gun to your head you would like to play on a different server...
Dragon Rising was "decent".
I had fun with it and on HC it was "realistic" enough for me to enjoy it, I liked how the weapons were implemented and some of the features avaiable. I also liked the idea behind the 4-player coop avaible in addition to the multiplayer.
Too bad multiplayer sucked, what with the lack of dedicated servers (impossible lag) and a lobby interface that was barely acceptable for a console game.
I'm not interested by this new version.
Yep, 4 player coop only, no PvP, it might be a heck of a game but probably not enough of what I bought OFPDR for. I'm going out to get Arma2-Combined Ops today. Look out folks, another noob to slay soon.
unk we will be happy to see you, if you need any help make sure you find an admin or any member in an IHS, they are always willing to help! Good to see you have made the jump!!
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