GameShard writes: "Where OF has always been a success - from its earliest days through to the more recent Dragon Rising - is in instilling the player with as genuine feeling of terror. You know that, at any moment, you might die. A single bullet is enough to kill, and when enemies turn up only as murky dots in the distance flitting between pieces of cover you're right to feel on-edge. It’s a stark contrast to the gung-ho nature of Call of Duty, which makes modern warfare feel more like an on-rails shooter than an actual military sim. It’s a little surprising, then, that OFP: Red River leans a little closer to the Call of Duty mindset than previous games."