Operation Flashpoint: Red River Summary
This week's Humble savings are brought to you by Codemasters. Up for grabs for over $1 is the original Overlord and expansion, Operation Flashpoint Red River and Dragon Rising, and Rise of the Argonauts.
Pay $6 or more and you also get DiRT Showdown and DiRT 3, along with Overlord II. It should be noted that Codemasters is working to remove GFWL from DiRT 3.
Former Codemasters developer Tim Browne has revealed on his Twitter Assassin's Creed III's online multiplayer. Browne's Twitter account now describes him as the "Lead Game Designer on Assassin's Creed 3 Multiplayer @Ubisoft".that he will be working on
Browne had previously worked on two Operation Flashpoint titles: Red River and Dragon Rising. OpFlash is best known for being a hardcore militaristic shooter, which is hardly a similar genre to Assassin's Creed.
Codemasters announced today the first downloadable content for Operation Flashpoint: Red River.
The Valley of Death Pack will be available to download from the Xbox Live Marketplace (560 MSP), Games for Windows Live Marketplace (560 MSP) and PlayStation Network (£4.79/$6.99/€5.99) at the end of June.
Valve's Portal 2 is keeping science 'hot' as it stays in 1st place in the UK all formats chart for another week, followed by Mortal Kombat maintaining its grip 2nd.
Call of Duty: Black Ops has fallen as Zumba Fitness storms the ladder again to 3rd. Kinect Sports re-entered the top 20 coming 17th. Pokémon holds strong.
Zumba Fitness is no longer leading the videogame conga line in the UK as Portal 2 bedazzles with science becoming number one, followed by Mortal Kombat.
Call of Duty: Black Ops swoops in 3rd, meaning Zumba is left 4th. Codemasters' Operation Flashpoint: Red River enters 6th, and Wii Fit Plus rises again.