History WMG / JustCause

9th May '16 11:29:38 PM erforce
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[[WMG:Agent Rodriguez is a [[{{Terminator}} T-800.]]]]

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[[WMG:Agent Rodriguez is a [[{{Terminator}} [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} T-800.]]]]
7th Mar '16 10:57:06 AM erforce
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[[WMG: For the unrelated 1995 movie, Armstrong is a retired JamesBond.]]
While an obvious jump to conclusions considering SeanConnery's the actor playing both, it actually adds to the film's message. An old spy who developed a healthy respect for life after his gung-ho days in Interpol where he bore the distinction of the double-oh in his code number- signifying his license to kill- decides to become a lawyer and marries a young, intelligent lady and decides to really settle down and become a teacher. It'd also explain how easily Armstrong was lured in by a good mystery, and the willingness to kill Blair saw in Armstrong's eyes.

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[[WMG: For the unrelated 1995 movie, Armstrong is a retired JamesBond.Film/JamesBond.]]
While an obvious jump to conclusions considering SeanConnery's Creator/SeanConnery's the actor playing both, it actually adds to the film's message. An old spy who developed a healthy respect for life after his gung-ho days in Interpol where he bore the distinction of the double-oh in his code number- signifying his license to kill- decides to become a lawyer and marries a young, intelligent lady and decides to really settle down and become a teacher. It'd also explain how easily Armstrong was lured in by a good mystery, and the willingness to kill Blair saw in Armstrong's eyes.
6th Mar '16 9:49:02 PM freefall4242
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In San Espirito, the setting of the first game, the Agency provided Rico with weapons, vehicles, and safehouses for free. In Panau, the setting of the second game, Rico has to buy his own vehicles and weapons. In addition, Tom Sheldon, a fine agent, seems to have taken up the job of a helicopter pilot alongside his usual spy work, hinting at even more staff and budget cuts.

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In San Espirito, the setting of the first game, the Agency provided Rico with weapons, vehicles, and safehouses for free. In Panau, the setting of the second game, Rico has to buy his own vehicles and weapons. In addition, Tom Sheldon, a fine agent, seems to have taken up the job of a helicopter pilot alongside his usual spy work, hinting at even more staff and budget cuts.cuts.

[[WMG: For the unrelated 1995 movie, Armstrong is a retired JamesBond.]]
While an obvious jump to conclusions considering SeanConnery's the actor playing both, it actually adds to the film's message. An old spy who developed a healthy respect for life after his gung-ho days in Interpol where he bore the distinction of the double-oh in his code number- signifying his license to kill- decides to become a lawyer and marries a young, intelligent lady and decides to really settle down and become a teacher. It'd also explain how easily Armstrong was lured in by a good mystery, and the willingness to kill Blair saw in Armstrong's eyes.
26th Sep '15 12:47:40 PM Kimarous
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** Well all of this certainly makes a lot of sense based on the real world political scheme of things in East Asia but I doubt the writers put that much thought into that island. It was obviously just put there to be one big Lost reference and the EMP was just there to simulate the plane crash that happened in that TV show. The only thing that even makes this remotely possible is the fact that these old Japanese soldiers who logically would be in their 80s and 90s by the time the game is set (World War II started 75 years ago when Japan invaded China in 1937 and ended 67 years ago in 1945) look about the same age as all of the Panauian Military you fight in the rest of the game and that they use modern Military equipment. The stuff about old Japanese soldiers fighting World War II that many decades later (in real life the latest any Japanese soldier was still fighting the war was in the 1970s who had the Emperor of Japan issue an official order for them to stop since the war was already over) was probably an urban legend to scare people away from the island.
** Their uniforms and vehicles have camo patterns AND bear the modern Japanese flag (which has changed after WorldWarII ; you'd expect the modern JSDF to use those, not old farts. But yes, maybe the developers didn't expect us to delve too much in it.

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** * Well all of this certainly makes a lot of sense based on the real world political scheme of things in East Asia but I doubt the writers put that much thought into that island. It was obviously just put there to be one big Lost reference and the EMP was just there to simulate the plane crash that happened in that TV show. The only thing that even makes this remotely possible is the fact that these old Japanese soldiers who logically would be in their 80s and 90s by the time the game is set (World War II started 75 years ago when Japan invaded China in 1937 and ended 67 years ago in 1945) look about the same age as all of the Panauian Military you fight in the rest of the game and that they use modern Military equipment. The stuff about old Japanese soldiers fighting World War II that many decades later (in real life the latest any Japanese soldier was still fighting the war was in the 1970s who had the Emperor of Japan issue an official order for them to stop since the war was already over) was probably an urban legend to scare people away from the island.
** * Their uniforms and vehicles have camo patterns AND bear the modern Japanese flag (which has changed after WorldWarII ; you'd expect the modern JSDF to use those, not old farts. But yes, maybe the developers didn't expect us to delve too much in it.



* In the ending of the game Tom Sheldon remarks that a U.S Friendly President will replace Baby and that they will watch over this gem of an Island in South East Asia for the foreseeable future. America has had a history of recruiting shady leaders to become leaders of countries they were interested in, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam can all attest to this fact, so this wouldn't be out of character for them. Besides these Gangs were nice enough to help Rico during his mission so the Agency might feel generous enough to reward them, and to not get into any sort of territory brawls and avoid unnecessary bloodshed with Gangs that already have a large deal of influence in Panau anyway.

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* In the ending of the game Tom Sheldon remarks that a U.S Friendly President will replace Baby and that they will watch over this gem of an Island in South East Asia for the foreseeable future. America has had a history of recruiting shady leaders to become leaders of countries they were interested in, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam can all attest to this fact, so this wouldn't be out of character for them. Besides these Gangs were nice enough to help Rico during his mission so the Agency might feel generous enough to reward them, and to not get into any sort of territory brawls and avoid unnecessary bloodshed with Gangs that already have a large deal of influence in Panau anyway.



* He hates them because he was with [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction The Agency]] during [[UsefulNotes/ColdWar Cold]] [[{{Revenge}} War]]
** Who said they were [[MyCountryRightOrWrong mutually exclusive?]]

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* He hates them because he was with [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction The Agency]] during [[UsefulNotes/ColdWar Cold]] [[{{Revenge}} War]]
** * Who said they were [[MyCountryRightOrWrong mutually exclusive?]]



* In San Espirito, the setting of the first game, the Agency provided Rico with weapons, vehicles, and safehouses for free. In Panau, the setting of the second game, Rico has to buy his own vehicles and weapons. In addition, Tom Sheldon, a fine agent, seems to have taken up the job of a helicopter pilot alongside his usual spy work, hinting at even more staff and budget cuts.

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* In San Espirito, the setting of the first game, the Agency provided Rico with weapons, vehicles, and safehouses for free. In Panau, the setting of the second game, Rico has to buy his own vehicles and weapons. In addition, Tom Sheldon, a fine agent, seems to have taken up the job of a helicopter pilot alongside his usual spy work, hinting at even more staff and budget cuts.
23rd Jul '15 4:46:04 PM jormis29
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[[WMG: Just Cause 3 will take place in {{Qurac}}]]
* We've already done the BananaRepublic and a Southeast Asian dictatorship. Now {{Ruritania}} is another possibility, but the Middle East seems like it would be a better choice, since that's where the world's attention is right now, and the publishers will definitely want to take advantage of it.
** Of course, that's also assuming the developers will risk the content being TooSoon for the WarOnTerror generation.
* I'd actually like to see it happen this way, on an island chain of the coast of Africa somewhere
* {{Jossed}}, Just Cause 3 has been confirmed to take place in [[http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2014/12/12/exclusive-just-cause-3-screens-and-info.aspx The Mediterranean]], specifically, a fictitious island nation called Medici.

[[WMG: Just Cause 3 will have Demons]]
{{VideoGame/Doom}} and VideoGame/{{HellgateLondon}} will both get {{ShoutOut}}s, and the final battle will be [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome more epic than anything that has happened so far]].
19th Apr '15 9:05:28 PM nombretomado
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* He hates them because he was with [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction The Agency]] during [[ColdWar Cold]] [[{{Revenge}} War]]

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* He hates them because he was with [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction The Agency]] during [[ColdWar [[UsefulNotes/ColdWar Cold]] [[{{Revenge}} War]]
23rd Nov '14 1:45:39 PM walale12
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*{{Jossed}}, Just Cause 3 has been confirmed to take place in [[http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2014/12/12/exclusive-just-cause-3-screens-and-info.aspx The Mediterranean]], specifically, a fictitious island nation called Medici.
15th Jul '14 11:06:30 AM SeptimusHeap
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{{VideoGame/Doom}} and {{HellgateLondon}} will both get {{ShoutOut}}s, and the final battle will be [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome more epic than anything that has happened so far]].

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{{VideoGame/Doom}} and {{HellgateLondon}} VideoGame/{{HellgateLondon}} will both get {{ShoutOut}}s, and the final battle will be [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome more epic than anything that has happened so far]].
10th Jun '14 8:35:30 AM Mr.Movie
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** Who said they were [[MyCountryRightOrWrong mutually exclusive?]]

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** Who said they were [[MyCountryRightOrWrong mutually exclusive?]]exclusive?]]

[[WMG: The Agency has experienced budgets cuts in between games.]]
* In San Espirito, the setting of the first game, the Agency provided Rico with weapons, vehicles, and safehouses for free. In Panau, the setting of the second game, Rico has to buy his own vehicles and weapons. In addition, Tom Sheldon, a fine agent, seems to have taken up the job of a helicopter pilot alongside his usual spy work, hinting at even more staff and budget cuts.
30th Dec '13 2:26:57 PM nombretomado
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{{Doom}} and {{HellgateLondon}} will both get {{ShoutOut}}s, and the final battle will be [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome more epic than anything that has happened so far]].

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{{Doom}} {{VideoGame/Doom}} and {{HellgateLondon}} will both get {{ShoutOut}}s, and the final battle will be [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome more epic than anything that has happened so far]].
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