5 Calling all Call Of Duty FansMobius | 07/10/2009 | See all Mobius's reviews (173)Top 100 Reviewer Top 100 DVD Reviewer Top 10 Games Reviewer Top 100 Electronics Reviewer Top 100 Gadgets Reviewer Top 100 PC Reviewer Calling all Call Of Duty Fans, do you feel that the intense fighting and great multiplayer matches of COD are not enough, do you want more, if the answer is yes, then Operation Flashpoint (OFP) isn't the game for you.OFP is a masterpiece of warfare realism, those of you who have the attention span of a gnat will find the scale and pace of flashpoint so overwhelming that you will trade it in and write a scathing review of how boring OFP is. Don't buy this game if you are looking for a in your face MTV style FPS as OFP isn't one. OFP is a War Sim, and when I use the term SIM I mean it's a Sim like a Microsoft Flight Sim or Forza 3. This is a game where if you get shot one of two things will happen, 1 you die and 2, you bleed to death unless treated by your medic, don't get this game if you like quick games with quick results as OFP is a slow burner and requires patience and a strategic mind to enjoy it.The good thing to come from this is that thanks to the game style of OFP, we should get a more intelligent gamer playing it and not some trash talking American kid, this is a tactical game and will be accepted by the thinking gamer.Now the only bad point I have with OFP is the menu system, its complex and issuing simple orders like heal me is hidden away within the control interface, what would have been a great idea would have been some voice recognition like that used in the tom Clancy end war game, this would have made commands a little easier, but OFP doesn't have this so we are stuck with the complex menu. Apart from that Operation Flashpoint is a great game and should only be played by those who know what they are getting into.