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30th Apr '16 12:19:57 AM Historian1912
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** Also, newspaper clippings in the game that you can find scattered throughout the levels reveal that a number of the annexations were actually voluntary or at least done without an invasion.
6th Apr '16 3:09:37 PM Str8taim
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** EvenEvilHasStandards: In the map on the game's website, it is stated that some of L.A.'s most notorious street gangs have joined forces with the LAPD to form a resistance against the Korean occupiers.

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** * EvenEvilHasStandards: In the map on the game's website, it is stated that some of L.A.'s most notorious street gangs have joined forces with the LAPD to form a resistance against the Korean occupiers.
6th Apr '16 3:06:58 PM Str8taim
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* [[EvenEvilHasStandards Even Connor Has Standards]]: Connor's a callous AntiHero who takes perhaps a little too much zeal in killing the enemy, but even he disapproves of the {{Crazy Survivalist}}s and their methods.

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** EvenEvilHasStandards: In the map on the game's website, it is stated that some of L.A.'s most notorious street gangs have joined forces with the LAPD to form a resistance against the Korean occupiers.
* [[EvenEvilHasStandards [[EveryoneHasStandards Even Connor Has Standards]]: Connor's a callous AntiHero who takes perhaps a little too much zeal in killing the enemy, but even he disapproves of the {{Crazy Survivalist}}s and their methods.
30th Mar '16 1:33:51 AM thatmadork
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* WarIsHell: The war in the game, although necessary, is ugly, brutal, and inhumane.

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* WarIsHell: The war depicted in the game, although necessary, game is ugly, brutal, and inhumane.inhumane...
** WarIsGlorious: But still shown as absolutely necessary, as life under North Korean dictatorship is shown as an even worse horror.
24th Jan '16 1:00:07 PM Morgenthaler
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* EgyptiansWithEagleFighters: Egypt is said to be in the alliance with Saudi Arabia fighting against Iran.
* IsraelisWithInfraredMissiles: It is stated that due to the economic crisis, America no longer provides military support to Israel. It looks like the only thing standing between Israel and annihilation would be {{The Samson Option}}.



* KaijuDefenseForce: It is stated that ships from the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force are now part of the Korean People's Navy.



* NorthKoreansWithNodongs: Main antagonist faction of the book and the game.
* SaudisWithSabers: They, alongside with Syria, Egypt, Turkey and Jordan, fought Iran in a war called the Oil Wars.
* SouthKoreansWithMarines: Now integrated into the Korean People's Army. Republic of Korea Navy ships are now part of the Korean People's Navy.
* VietnameseWithKalashnikovs: Nguyen Huu Giap, the Vietnamese resistance fighter assisting Boone Karlson's resistance cell. It is also stated several resistance fighters from Vietnam came to America to help the U.S. resistance fight the Koreans.



* WarriorsofDesertWinds: Jordan is said to be fighting Iran on the side of Saudi Arabia.
* WretchedHive: How Walker describes Los Angeles as it fell to anarchy during the economic crisis. He is right, as famous landmarks have been made into homeless shelters, garbage littering everywhere, and gangs fighting for control.
* YanksWithTanks: Remnants of the U.S. Armed Forces are scattered throughout the West Coast, conducting raids on the KPA as well as joining resistance fighters.

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* WarriorsofDesertWinds: Jordan is said to be fighting Iran on the side of Saudi Arabia.
* WretchedHive: How Walker describes Los Angeles as it fell to anarchy during the economic crisis. He is right, as famous landmarks have been made into homeless shelters, garbage littering everywhere, and gangs fighting for control.
* YanksWithTanks: Remnants of the U.S. Armed Forces are scattered throughout the West Coast, conducting raids on the KPA as well as joining resistance fighters.
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14th Jan '16 4:42:49 PM Ominae
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After the game came out, Kaos Studios released several DLC packs, before being shut down by THQ. Crytek, responsible for the ''Crysis'' series of games, picked the rights up. For the longest time, it seemed like the franchise was dead (Not helping was the general reception- while the game was praised for trying to do something different with the story and the multiplayer was well received, the gameplay was criticised for being similar to ''Modern Warfare'', the campaign was pitifully short, and some players criticised the execution of the plot), before Crytek announced a sequel, with a gameplay premiere set for E3 2014. In ''VideoGame/{{Homefront The Revolution}}, you play as a counter-totalitarianist, using Guerrilla tactics to fight back the invading Korean Republic in the heart of where the USA began - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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After the game came out, Kaos Studios released several DLC packs, before being shut down by THQ. Crytek, responsible for the ''Crysis'' series of games, picked the rights up. For the longest time, it seemed like the franchise was dead (Not helping was the general reception- while the game was praised for trying to do something different with the story and the multiplayer was well received, the gameplay was criticised for being similar to ''Modern Warfare'', the campaign was pitifully short, and some players criticised the execution of the plot), before Crytek announced a sequel, with a gameplay premiere set for E3 2014. In ''VideoGame/{{Homefront The Revolution}}, Revolution}}'', you play as a counter-totalitarianist, using Guerrilla tactics to fight back the invading Korean Republic in the heart of where the USA began - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
14th Jan '16 4:42:37 PM Ominae
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After the game came out, Kaos Studios released several DLC packs, before being shut down by THQ. Crytek, responsible for the ''Crysis'' series of games, picked the rights up. For the longest time, it seemed like the franchise was dead (Not helping was the general reception- while the game was praised for trying to do something different with the story and the multiplayer was well received, the gameplay was criticised for being similar to ''Modern Warfare'', the campaign was pitifully short, and some players criticised the execution of the plot), before Crytek announced a sequel, with a gameplay premiere set for E3 2014. In HomefrontTheRevolution, you play as a counter-totalitarianist, using Guerrilla tactics to fight back the invading Korean Republic in the heart of where the USA began - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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After the game came out, Kaos Studios released several DLC packs, before being shut down by THQ. Crytek, responsible for the ''Crysis'' series of games, picked the rights up. For the longest time, it seemed like the franchise was dead (Not helping was the general reception- while the game was praised for trying to do something different with the story and the multiplayer was well received, the gameplay was criticised for being similar to ''Modern Warfare'', the campaign was pitifully short, and some players criticised the execution of the plot), before Crytek announced a sequel, with a gameplay premiere set for E3 2014. In HomefrontTheRevolution, ''VideoGame/{{Homefront The Revolution}}, you play as a counter-totalitarianist, using Guerrilla tactics to fight back the invading Korean Republic in the heart of where the USA began - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
8th Dec '15 12:24:28 PM erforce
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** Boone is a black police officer who's "[[LethalWeapon getting too old for this shit.]]"

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** Boone is a black police officer who's "[[LethalWeapon "[[Film/LethalWeapon getting too old for this shit.]]"
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