Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising is a direct sequel to 2001's hit combat simulation game Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis and the expansion pack Operation Flashpoint: Resistance.

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Intel and Codemasters have teamed up to bring you a brand new competition to help modders flex their creative muscles and score some wicked prizes in the process.

Posted by Henley on Oct 22nd, 2009

Intel and Codemasters have teamed up to bring you a brand new competition to help modders flex their creative muscles and score some wicked prizes in the process. Simply called the Intel Mission Contest your goal is to create a singleplayer or cooperative mission for the brand new game Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising. So get started on your new missions early to be ready for when the comp goes live on the 2nd of November 2009.

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c4Menace Oct 22 2009 says:

too bad this game is only a "console port" and not a true pc game :(

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Lee1337 Oct 22 2009 replied:

i'll second that

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Kitsunami Oct 22 2009 replied:

third that.

Saw a lot of bad reviews.

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Lee1337 Oct 22 2009 replied:

arma 2 is way better... it dont deserves the name ofp

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jusefd Oct 22 2009 replied:

fourth that

Operation Flashpoint is good, for infantry. hell... sucks *** with vehicles, it feels like call of duty, but with bf2 commands and stuff, its a whole f*** up :D

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Jow3st Oct 22 2009 replied:

Codemasters "stole" the name by technicality. They said that Bohemia owns everything with Flashpoint except for the name. To think what people will resort to for a quick buck.

This reminds me of the 1998 Godzilla made in the USA.

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Lt_Albrecht Oct 22 2009 says:

Too bad it is made by the publishers and not the original devs... ArmA is the real Real Flashpoint 2...

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Bluedrake42 Oct 22 2009 replied:

except ArmA is a beast to run =(

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Otreum Oct 24 2009 replied:

It's a beast to run because the engine is doing a hell of alot more than what OFP2 is doing. It's pretty much in the same boat that Crysis was in with system requirements, only Crysis didn't have to process and render anything near what ARMA 2 does.
OFP2 is pretty much just like people have mentioned here; BF:BC or COD.

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david_joseph93 Oct 22 2009 says:

True this game is a Call of Duty this is not a OFP as SK1LL3R this game doesnt deserve to be called OFP.

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emperor77 Oct 23 2009 says:

Can't have a multi platform Flashpoint and expect it not to be dumbed down because of consoles. Doesn't remind me of Flashpoint 1 at all, and the campaign wasn't too eventful, no drama or anything thus a rather boring experience.

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TriggRNC Oct 23 2009 says:

I actually dont mind it. I enjoyed playing through the campaign apart from not getting a chance to fly helos etc True ArmA II is a better sequel to OFP But OFP:DR While vanilla isn't terrible its just not that exciting. The weapons are well made but its more like Brothers in Arms crossed with CoD and BF:BC.
Could do better.

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Otreum Oct 23 2009 says:

I bet all those people argueing the OFP: DR > ARMA 2 debate are now hanging their heads in shame. OFPDR is a doozy, but I suppose if Intel have a mapping competition up, it can't hurt to give it a shot.

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ozycar Oct 25 2009 says:

Decided to buy Arma2 (Which I havnt recieved coz of this Postal Strike) instead of Flashpoint, and after reading these comments im glad!!!

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Scott913 Oct 29 2009 says:

Arma 2 imo is a TERRIBLE game. It looks and plays like crap. Not to say OP:DR was a amazing one but it was better than ARMA. Not only graphically but gameplay wise its a lot nicer as well. (character models in both games blow)

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