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#16 16-12-2007, 09:23:00 AM
I don't seem to remember any Soviet involvement in the Pacific theater.
Well then you're an idiot who doesn't know their history.  :leek:
"The Soviet Union fought two short, undeclared border conflicts with Japan in 1938 and 1939, then remained neutral until August 1945, when it joined the Allies and invaded Manchuria in an operation known as Operation August Storm."
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#17 16-12-2007, 09:50:27 AM
Dude :russian: were and are everywhere.


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#18 16-12-2007, 11:57:22 AM
I don't seem to remember any Soviet involvement in the Pacific theater.
Well then you're an idiot who doesn't know their history.  :leek:
"The Soviet Union fought two short, undeclared border conflicts with Japan in 1938 and 1939, then remained neutral until August 1945, when it joined the Allies and invaded Manchuria in an operation known as Operation August Storm."
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also lol mortimer calling someone stupid
this forum is just filled with irony today

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Source: The ItaliX

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#19 16-12-2007, 12:20:24 PM
Great!  Now, from seeing those ultra-realistic screenshots I'll have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for the rest of my life, despite the fact I was born in the 80's and never been in a war.

Also, this game is full of LIES, HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE LIES!  In history class I learned that Jimmy Doolittle single-handedly defeated all the Japanese on Iwo Jima with nothing but a service pistol and boxing gloves...


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#20 16-12-2007, 19:05:18 PM
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I don't seem to remember any Soviet involvement in the Pacific theater.
Well then you're an idiot who doesn't know their history.  :leek:
"The Soviet Union fought two short, undeclared border conflicts with Japan in 1938 and 1939, then remained neutral until August 1945, when it joined the Allies and invaded Manchuria in an operation known as Operation August Storm."
"On February 3, 1945, the Soviet Union agreed with Roosevelt to enter the Pacific conflict. It promised to act 90 days after the war ended in Europe and did so exactly on schedule on August 9, by launching Operation August Storm. A battle-hardened, one million-strong Soviet force, transferred from Europe attacked Japanese forces in Manchuria and quickly defeated the Japanese Kantōgun (Kwantung Army group)."


You already mentioned Operation August Storm. They were technically involved with the Pacific theater.


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#22 16-12-2007, 20:50:26 PM
I'm sure this thread is going to get a lock now >:(

well in that case inb4lock.

And btw, that game is so realistic that I temporarily forgot I was playing a game and honestly believed I was in World War II.


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#23 16-12-2007, 21:00:50 PM
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#24 16-12-2007, 21:05:39 PM
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also i went to the mall today and they had this jungle set, and i started getting flashback of this game, when i awoke this girl was standing over me and i punched her in the face because i thought she was one of the japs, the weird part is that i never fought in WWII


X23
#25 16-12-2007, 21:11:48 PM
I think this game is so powerful and realistic that it gives you false memories of ww2.


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#26 16-12-2007, 22:30:09 PM
I think this game is so powerful and realistic that it gives you false memories of ww2.

Yeah it's happening to me too...

Do I count as a war vet after playing this?


#27 17-12-2007, 00:04:37 AM
I think this game is so powerful and realistic that it gives you false memories of ww2.

Yeah it's happening to me too...

Do I count as a war vet after playing this?
With the amount of challenges and realism in the game, I think you are.


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#28 18-12-2007, 00:20:54 AM
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I don't seem to remember any Soviet involvement in the Pacific theater.
Well then you're an idiot who doesn't know their history.  :leek:
"The Soviet Union fought two short, undeclared border conflicts with Japan in 1938 and 1939, then remained neutral until August 1945, when it joined the Allies and invaded Manchuria in an operation known as Operation August Storm."
"On February 3, 1945, the Soviet Union agreed with Roosevelt to enter the Pacific conflict. It promised to act 90 days after the war ended in Europe and did so exactly on schedule on August 9, by launching Operation August Storm. A battle-hardened, one million-strong Soviet force, transferred from Europe attacked Japanese forces in Manchuria and quickly defeated the Japanese Kantōgun (Kwantung Army group)."


You already mentioned Operation August Storm. They were technically involved with the Pacific theater.
Iwo Jima is nowhere near Manchuria dumbpoo poo




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#29 18-12-2007, 01:05:48 AM
I don't seem to remember any Soviet involvement in the Pacific theater.
Well then you're an idiot who doesn't know their history.  :leek:
"The Soviet Union fought two short, undeclared border conflicts with Japan in 1938 and 1939, then remained neutral until August 1945, when it joined the Allies and invaded Manchuria in an operation known as Operation August Storm."
"On February 3, 1945, the Soviet Union agreed with Roosevelt to enter the Pacific conflict. It promised to act 90 days after the war ended in Europe and did so exactly on schedule on August 9, by launching Operation August Storm. A battle-hardened, one million-strong Soviet force, transferred from Europe attacked Japanese forces in Manchuria and quickly defeated the Japanese Kantōgun (Kwantung Army group)."


You already mentioned Operation August Storm. They were technically involved with the Pacific theater.
Iwo Jima is nowhere near Manchuria dumbpoo poo
I never said it was. Did you read it? Plus they were involved with some of the negotiations for peace.


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I don't seem to remember any Soviet involvement in the Pacific theater.
Well then you're an idiot who doesn't know their history.  :leek:
"The Soviet Union fought two short, undeclared border conflicts with Japan in 1938 and 1939, then remained neutral until August 1945, when it joined the Allies and invaded Manchuria in an operation known as Operation August Storm."
"On February 3, 1945, the Soviet Union agreed with Roosevelt to enter the Pacific conflict. It promised to act 90 days after the war ended in Europe and did so exactly on schedule on August 9, by launching Operation August Storm. A battle-hardened, one million-strong Soviet force, transferred from Europe attacked Japanese forces in Manchuria and quickly defeated the Japanese Kantōgun (Kwantung Army group)."


You already mentioned Operation August Storm. They were technically involved with the Pacific theater.
Iwo Jima is nowhere near Manchuria dumbpoo poo
I never said it was. Did you read it? Plus they were involved with some of the negotiations for peace.
the game is about Iwo Jima, and this is why I made the statement you were trying to refute in the first place.




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