GoFanboy writes: "The good thing about shooters like Medal of Honor and Call of Duty is that they make war seem fun. Running around with refillable ammo that you get to unload into enemies makes war seem fast-paced and glamorous. But that's not war.
Enter Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising. Actually getting through Dragon Rising is an exhaustive amount of work. While you'll likely just want to run with your head as close to the ground as possible and find places to hide, you'll soon find yourself panicking and start shooting at trees. Eventually you'll end up just ordering your own men into the fray to stay alive. I'm more inclined to believe this is what war is really all about."