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Stuff.co.nz OFP:DR Preview

Stuff.co.nz has released an OFP:DR Preview, it can be read here.

In the preview, the journalists play the radar mission one that is already played by an high amount of game journalists.

According to the previewers, Nature is the true star in Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising. The sounds sounds very realistic and convincing, and, even while the version their played is still a beta, the sounds already sound like it’s a final version of the game.

The article closes down with:

“A Gears of War or Killzone clone it is not. For PC owners, the real question here will be whether the numerous fans of the original can be convinced to put down ArmA 2 and sacrifice a bit of realism for something a little less intense.”

The article is located here.

Written by ubermachtig in: New OFP2 Infomation | Tags: , , ,

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