History Trivia / ARMA

17th May '16 3:28:10 AM Doug86
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* TheOtherDarrin: David Armstrong returns as a general in the series. And he is clearly ''not'' voiced by [[GenerationKill Jonah]] [[Series/TwentyFour Lotan]], who does so in [[VideoGame/OperationFlashpoint OFP]].

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* TheOtherDarrin: David Armstrong returns as a general in the series. And he is clearly ''not'' voiced by [[GenerationKill [[Literature/GenerationKill Jonah]] [[Series/TwentyFour Lotan]], who does so in [[VideoGame/OperationFlashpoint OFP]].
31st Oct '15 3:18:41 AM SuperLlama
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* TroubledProduction: ''ARMA III'''s production eventually led to a somewhat infamous incident where two of the members of the dev team were arrested while on vacation in Greece and held for 4 months on charges of espionage for allegedly taking pictures of Greek military facilities as research for the game (which was eventually proven to be false.)
4th Nov '14 10:02:35 PM Chortles
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* ShoutOut: While the initial loading screen of the first mission in Arma 3's "''Bootcamp''" mini-campaign is an obvious adaptation of the Arma 3 load-up sequence, there are subtler references such as the split-second line "''Loading Poisidon Core''"[[note]]the original name for the Real Virtuality engine used in the first OFP was Poseidon[[/note]] and the concluding "''Launching [[RedundantDepartmentOfRedundancy Virtual Real Virtuality 4]]''"[[note]]Arma 3's engine is officially Real Virtuality 4 (RV)''"[[/note]].
6th Mar '14 11:56:28 AM Chortles
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* [[BannedInChina Banned In Iran]]: ''ARMA 3'', because the Iranians are the enemy in the campaign.

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* [[BannedInChina Banned In Iran]]: ''ARMA 3'', because the Iranians are the enemy in the campaign.campaign, even after they were put under the guise of CSAT.
24th Dec '13 4:07:35 AM skbc1p4res
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* TheOtherDarrin: David Armstrong returns as a general in the series. And he is clearly ''not'' voiced by [[GenerationKill Jonah]] [[Series/TwentyFour Lotan]], who does so in [[VideoGame/OperationFlashpoint OFP]].

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* DuelingGames: For a time, Codemasters[[note]]as holders of the ''Operation Flashpoint'' brand... and literally nothing else of it[[/note]] tried to continue its own series named ''Operation Flashpoint'', currently consisting of ''Dragon Rising'' and ''Red River'', to compete with ''ARMA II''. However, Bohemia Interactive continued to secure contracts to develop its Virtual Battlespace simulations for real-world military and civilian organizations, thereby giving them the experience necessary to pull ahead and focus unrelentingly on realism and putting what they learned into the ''ARMA'' games. Codemasters eventually gave up after both ''Red River'' and the developer's follow-up {{VideoGame/Bodycount}} flopped, so ''ARMA 3'' stands uncontested.
* TheOtherDarrin: David Armstrong returns as a general in the series. And he is clearly ''not'' voiced by [[GenerationKill Jonah]] [[Series/TwentyFour Lotan]], who does so in [[VideoGame/OperationFlashpoint OFP]].OFP]].
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11th Jun '13 7:04:07 AM skbc1p4res
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* [[BannedInChina Banned In Iran]]: ''ARMA 3'', because the Iranians are the enemy in the campaign.

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* [[BannedInChina Banned In Iran]]: ''ARMA 3'', because the Iranians are the enemy in the campaign.campaign.
* TheOtherDarrin: David Armstrong returns as a general in the series. And he is clearly ''not'' voiced by [[GenerationKill Jonah]] [[Series/TwentyFour Lotan]], who does so in [[VideoGame/OperationFlashpoint OFP]].
29th Nov '12 6:34:29 PM FegelCineplex
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* [[BannedInChina Banned In Iran]]: ''ARMA 3'', because the Iranians are the enemy in the campaign.
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