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Operation Flashpoint: Red River - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
3.6 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews
Metascore: 69 / 100

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  • You and your fireteam can make a difference.  How much is up to you.  It's not the soldier with the most expensive gun or the biggest heart who wins on the battlefield.  It's the smartest.  Semper Fi, Marine.
  • Go closer to the experience of the US Marines on campaign with the ultimate tactical infantry shooter. Stand together with 4 player drop-in drop-out online co-op multiplayer in campaign mode and standalone Fire Team Engagements
  • Become immersed in an engrossing narrative which unfolds over three acts in campaign mode. Play as Grenadier, Scout, Rifleman and Automatic Rifleman classes, each with unique strengths and weaknesses for increased replayability
  • Earn and spend XP on weapons, attachments and abilities for each of the fireteam's specialists
  • Call in Combat Support such as Mortars, Howitzers and JDAMs, whilst AH-1Z Helicopters and A-10 Ground Attack Aircraft provide Close Air Support
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Platform: Xbox 360

Product Description

Between Afghanistan and China, the world's next flashpoint is about to erupt. The valleys, towns and mountains of Tajikistan will become bloody frontlines for the might of the People's Liberation Army, insurgent guerilla fighters and the United States Marine Corps


Gear up and prepare for a brutal battle as you join the war in Tajikistan. This fictional conflict features contemporary geopolitical themes, unfolding in three distinct acts. You'll have to face the new counter-insurgency and the returning threat of the Chinese PLA. Thousands of miles from home, it's up to your Marine fireteam to take a small step into the future in this tense world full of carnage and brutality.

Operation Flashpoint Red River
Step into Tajikistan
Step into Tajikistan
Online co-op multiplayer
Online co-op multiplayer


In Operation Flashpoint: Red River, you'll enter into battle on an all-new, 200km battlefield. Explore Tajikistan with your fireteam, playing as a grenadier, rifleman, scout or auto-rifleman. Team up with up to three of your friends with the drop-in/drop-out online co-op multiplayer for both Campaign and FTE modes. With a new counter-insurgency to face and the returning threat of the Chinese PLA, will you be able to win — and survive — this modern conflict?

Key Features:

  • Step into the future as you and your fireteam head into combat in Tajikistan
  • Explore a fictional conflict with contemporary geopolitical themes in three distinct acts
  • Feel the tension, brutality and carnage of modern conflict from the perspective of a Marine fireteam on deployment
  • Face new counter-insurgency combat and the returning threat of the Chinese PLA
  • Try not to get lost in the all-new 200km battlefield of Tajikistan
  • Play as a grenadier, rifleman, scout or auto-rifleman in massive battles
  • Work through the Campaign and FTE modes with friends thanks to four-player drop-in/drop-out online co-op multiplayer
  • For 1 to 4 players online; 1 player locally

Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B004PFS9OK
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 7, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,331 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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By Skylar C. Scaling on June 27, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
This is a very simple game to review:

If you're the kind of person who LOVES Call of Duty and thinks other games are terrible by comparison, this game is not for you.

If you enjoy console FPS games (Yes, console. PC elitists always have something to complain about, especially when it comes to series that began on PC and then moved to console/cross-platform), and you're looking for something closer to a realistic/simulation military game, then this is it! It's not as hardcore as the original PC Flashpoint or the Arma games (the real sequels to the original Flashpoint), but for console players that's a good thing. We've got a controller and a couch, so a more accessible game is better, IMO.

This game is not nearly as buggy as OF: Dragon Rising was, and has MANY feature improvements. Red River is everything I wanted from OF:DR, but didn't get. You can fully customize your loadouts, heal a wounded leg (an annoyance from DR) so you can sprint again, and have a great time playing co-op with friends.

If you want to keep the pure, hardcore feel of previous FP games, you can. Just self-impose some rules on yourself and turn off all your HUD data (the real effect of the difficulty settings in the game). Don't like that the game allows you to heal a wounded leg? Don't do it! Stopping bleeding from a wound and healing the wound are treated in 2 separate steps. Simply stop the bleeding and move on with your wounded limb. Problem solved! Those of use who don't crave the unnecessary difficulty curve or annoyance of limping through a level because of a stray bullet no longer have to put up with it.
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As a member of the military for the past 22 plus years (retiring end of the year) I have had the pleasure of serving on 6 continents (including Antarctica) and have been in various war zones and in my humble opinion this video game is the most realistic military simulator (for the most part) you'll find on consoles today (Battlefield 3 will take the crown mostly from O.F. later this year). I own or owned nearly all of the military shooters on the Xbox 360 and PS3 (Battlefield 2, Black Ops, MW2, Homefront, OF: Dragon Rising, Sniper: Ghost Warrior, MAG, SOCOM etc...) and this game is pretty good.

I really enjoyed working with my four human teammates and battling tons of enemies across huge battlefields. Each battle can last for an hour or more and very intense. If you enjoy realistic battles that make you work as a team and coordinate together then you will enjoy this game. Anybody who likes to run around and just fire away with no regard to realism then please go play the Call Duty, Halo and Gears of War series and have fun (they are fun in their own way). I like working together as a team throughout a mission and feel a sense of cohesiveness that can only be found with military squads working together to accomplish the objectives.

Example of what I'm talking about happened on my first night of playing. I was playing with 4 teammates on a campaign mission and one of the teammates was a young guy who told us how good Call of Duty: Black Ops (it is in its own way) is compared to other shooters and then complained about why does this game have such huge levels and why he keeps getting killed. Well when we started are mission he took off like you do in games like COD: Black Ops and we all kept telling him to form up and stay together.
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I wrote a big review for Dragon Rising, which I loved and still do, and was excited about this coming out. Having only played it for a few hours, I will try to give the best impression that I can and reserve the right to update this in a few days after diving deeper into it. To give you my frame of mind in writing this review, I'll throw the following out there:

1) Prior military: Tank and then Scout Platoon Leader with 1AD in Iraq in 03 and 04. Some people don't think this matters apparently, but I'll hold that it might make a difference in my judgement of a military based game.
2) I love GRAW 2 and think that the COOP missions were the best part of the game. Great online community worldwide. I hated it's campaign. Too linear.
3) I love the HALO series (ODST is still my favorite) but it's online community is still the most obnoxious one I can think of, but enjoy the campaign more than the vs mode.
4) I hate MW1, loved MW2, and thought Black Ops has been the best addition so far. Campaigns are a bit idiotic, but the multiplayer is setting the standard for what it should be.
5) I loved Dragon Rising. Campaign is awesome and that you can do it COOP was excellent and it was hard! It was gritty and real and fun in that patient sort of thinking mans fight instead of running the board like the Spartan 117 guns blazing.

But, on to Red River:

5 stars for fun? No. It requires too much patience to be that much fun. Halo, Black Ops, those are games that are FUN. This is about the realism (for the most part)and forcing you to think the situation out and fight through it intelligently and viciously.

Sound: Solid.
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