You gotta respect those fallen brothers died protecting our country on Memorial Day
Hello guys, it’s hard, painful and fast for me. OK, let’s start over, what i mean is that it’s fast for me to see veteran day is today (obviously). But hard and painful is to see one of our soldiers die protecting our country and it’s people. that’s why I’m making a five separate games, and no. I can’t make a ten games special. That’s only on a special occasion holidays like thanksgiving and Christmas. Those are the only times i will post them.
To make a special day for those fallen bros. I will post a soldier games on my post so we can grieve them in the coming days. So that every one will, always feel, and remember their presences of the love ones. Don’t make me feel sad because I think I might be getting emotional right now. Here are the soldiers that protected their country and family.
The introductory sequence introduces the Lone Wanderer to their father, James, a doctor and scientist in Vault 101. James frequently makes comments about the player character’s deceased mother, Catherine, and her favorite Bible passage, Revelation 21:6, which speaks of “the waters of life”.
The main quest begins after James leaves Vault 101, throwing it into anarchy and causing the paranoid overseer to send his security force after the Lone Wanderer; forcing them to flee also.
The search for James takes the Wanderer on a journey through the Wasteland, first to the nearby town of Megaton, named for the UN-detonated atomic bomb at the center of town, then the Galaxy News Radio station, whose enthusiastic DJ, Three Dog gives the player character the moniker of “The Lone Wanderer”.
From here, the player character travels to Rivet City, a derelict aircraft carrier now serving as a fortified human settlement. Here, they meet Doctor Li, a scientist who worked alongside the James. Doctor Li informs the Wanderer of Project Purity, a plan conceived by Catherine and James to purify all the water in the Tidal Basin and eventually the entire Potomac River with a giant water purifier built in the Jefferson Memorial.
However, continued delays and Catherine’s death during childbirth put an end to the project and James took the player character as a newborn to raise them in the safety of Vault 101.
After investigating the Jefferson Memorial, the Lone Wanderer tracks James to Vault 112 and frees him from a virtual reality program being run by the Vault’s sadistic Overseer, Dr. Braun. James and the Wanderer return to Rivet City, where James reveals he sought out Braun for information on the Garden of Eden Creation Kit a device that contains the components needed to finally activate Project Purity.
James and Doctor Li lead a team of Rivet City scientists to the memorial with intent to restart the project, but the memorial is invaded by the Enclave, a powerful military organization formed from the remnants of the pre-War United States government. James floods the project’s control room with radiation to stop the Enclave military leader, Colonel Augustus Autumn, from taking control of it, killing himself his last words urging his child to run.
The Lone Wanderer and Dr. Li flee to the ruins of the Pentagon, now a base for the Brotherhood of Steel known as the Citadel. With Project Purity still inoperable even with the Enclave occupying the site, the Wanderer travels to Vault 87 to find a G.E.C.K. and finish James’s work. It is discovered that the Vault was a testing site for the Forced Evolutionary Virus and the source of the Super Mutants in the Capital Wasteland. After acquiring the G.E.C.K., the Wanderer is ambushed by the Enclave and captured.
At the Enclave base at Raven Rock, the player character is freed from their cell by the Enclave leader, President John Henry Eden, who requests a private audience with them. En route to his office, however, Colonel Autumn defies Eden’s orders and takes command of the Enclave military, ordering them to kill the Wanderer.
Fighting their way to Eden’s office, the player discovers Eden is actually a sentient ZAX series supercomputer who took control of the Enclave after their defeat in Fallout 2 on the West Coast thirty years ago. Eden wishes to repeat the plan of then-President Dick Richardson using Project Purity to infect the water with a modified strain of FEV that will make it toxic to any mutated life.
This plan will kill most life in the wasteland including humans; however, the Enclave, due to their genetic “purity” as a result of their isolation, will be immune and free to take control of the area. The Wanderer, provided with a sample of the new FEV, is given a choice either to leave peacefully or convince Eden to self-destruct the entire base. The Lone Wanderer escapes Raven Rock and returns to the Citadel.
Developer: Bethsda Game Studios
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Director: Todd Howard
Producer: Gavin Carter
Designer: Emil Pagliarulo
Programmer: Guy Carver and Steve Meister
Artist: Istvan Pely
Writer: Emil Pagliarulo
Composer: Inon Zur
Platform: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360
Release: October 28, 2008
Genre: Action-role playing
Rating: 4.3 out of 5
Customer review: 610
Caught in a crossfire with no memories: Lost Odyssey (2007)
After a meteor wipes out the majority of forces from the nations of Uhra and Khent, Kaim joins Seth and Jansen to investigate the Grand Staff at the behest of the council of Uhra. At the Staff, the three are captured by hostile scouts who take them to Numara, where they meet with Queen Ming, another immortal who has lost her memory. The queen allows the group to go free in Numara, where Kaim meets Cooke and Mack, his grandchildren, who join the group after the death of their mother.
News eventually arrives in Numara that Gongora has encouraged Tolten to reestablish the monarchy in Uhra and prepare for war. The general of Numara, Kakanas, uses the opportunity to usurp control of the country from Ming, forcing her to flee with Kaim and others as enemies of the state. The group travels towards the nation of Gohtza, hoping to seek help from its King. On the way, Sarah Sisulart, Kaim’s wife, joins the party after she is recovered from the Old Sorceress Mansion.
Arriving in Gohtza, Kaim and Sarah arrange for a peace negotiation between the Gohtzan King, Queen Ming, and Tolten to take place on a train. However, Kaim and Sarah are forced to go after Cooke and Mack, who steal a train to again try to find the spirit of their departed mother, leaving Jansen and Seth to participate in the negotiation alone. During the meeting, Gongora activates Grand Staff and flash freezes the entire country. Kaim and Sarah locate Cooke and Mack but are forced to separate due to a vicious magic attack by Gongora.
Kaim and Sarah’s train crashes, while Cooke and Mack are stranded on the train tracks in the freezing cold. The children are later saved by Ming and Jansen. The four unite and rescue Kaim and Sarah. In Uhra, Tolten learns that Gongora has announced Tolten’s death and has usurped the throne, thus he joins with Seth to help free her son Sed, who joins the party, and his pirate hydrofoil submarine, the Nautilus. The entire party reconvenes in Gohtza.
The immortals talk and begin to recover their memories, realizing that they are actually observers from a parallel universe. In Gongora’s diary, he explains the difference in space-time, where 1000 years is equivalent to 1 year in the parallel universe. The diary also explains that the immortals’ world has been affected by the emotions of people in the mortal realm.
Developer: Mistwalker Feelplus
Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
Director: Daisuke Fukugawa
Producer: Takehiro Kaminagayoshi
Designer: Hironobu Sakaguchi
Artist: Takamasa Ohsawa, Takehiko Inoue, and Hideo Minaba
Writer: Hironobu Sakaguchi and Kiyoshi Shigematsu
Composer: Nobuo Uematsu
Engine: Unreal Engine 3
Platform: Xbox 360
Release: December 6, 2007
Genre: Role-playing and Turn-based tactics
Rating: 4.2 out of 5
Customer Review: 226
continue on with the madness: Resident evil 2
On September 29, 1998, two months after the events of the first Resident Evil, most citizens of the Midwestern American mountain community Raccoon City have been transformed into zombies by the T-virus, a biological weapon secretly developed by the pharmaceutical company Umbrella. Leon S. Kennedy, a police officer on his first day of duty, and Claire Red field, a college student looking for her brother Chris, make their way to the Raccoon Police Department.
They discover that most of the police force have been killed, and that Chris has left town to investigate Umbrella’s headquarters in Europe. They split up to look for survivors and find a way out of the city.While searching for an escape route, Claire meets a little girl, Sherry Birkin, who is on the run from an unknown creature, and Leon encounters Ada Wong, who claims to be looking for her boyfriend John, an Umbrella researcher.
Raccoon City police chief Brian Irons had been bribed by Umbrella to hide evidence of the company’s experiments in the outskirts of the city. He also concealed their development of the new G-virus, an agent capable of mutating a human into the ultimate bio weapon. Leon has multiple encounters with a Tyrant monster air-dropped into the Raccoon Police Department by Umbrella to seek the G-virus.
Irons tries to murder Claire but is killed by a G-virus mutant in the police department. Thereupon, Claire and Sherry escape through the sewers and become separated. After splitting up with Leon, Ada comes upon Sherry and picks up a golden pendant the girl loses while running away. Further into the sewers, Ada reluctantly teams up with Leon again, after he insists on his duty to protect her.
They encounter a middle-aged woman who fires at Ada, but Leon dives between them and takes a bullet himself. Ada ignores the unconscious Leon and follows the woman, who reveals herself to be Sherry’s mother Annette and the wife of William Birkin, the Umbrella scientist who created the G-virus. In an attempt to protect his life’s work from special agents sent by the Umbrella headquarters, he injected himself with the virus, which turned him into the malformed creature that is now chasing Sherry.
Annette recognizes her daughter’s pendant and attempts to take it from Ada. A fight ensues, during which Annette is thrown over a railing. Ada learns that the golden locket contains a sample of the G-virus, and later – taken over by her emotions – returns to Leon, tending to his bullet wound.
Meanwhile, Claire is reunited with Sherry and discovers that the mutated Birkin has implanted his daughter with an embryo to produce offspring. Leon, Ada, Claire and Sherry advance through an abandoned factory connected to Umbrella’s secret underground research facility.
An attack by Birkin leaves Ada heavily wounded, and Leon explores the laboratory to find something to treat her wounds. He is interrupted by a psychotic Annette, who explains to him that Ada’s relationship with John was only a means of getting information about Umbrella: Ada is a spy sent to steal the G-virus for an unknown organization.
Just as Annette is about to shoot Leon, the Tyrant appears, and she is forced to retreat. Ada returns to save Leon and battles the Tyrant – which falls into a pit of molten metal – seemingly at the cost of her own life.
Director: Hideki Kamiya
Producer: Shinji Mikami
Programmer: Yasuhiro Anpo
Artist: Isao Ohishi and Ryoji Shimogama
Writer: Noboru Sugimura
Composer: Masami Ueda, Shusaku Uchiyama, and Syun Nishigaki
Series: Resident Evil
Platform: PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 64, Dream cast, GameCube, and Game.com
Release: January 21, 1998
Genre: Survival horror
Rating: 4.3 out of 5
Customer Review: 139
Here comes a soldier; the very first avenger: Captain America: Super Soldier
The game begins in France in 1944, where two U.S. soldiers are getting attacked by HYDRA forces. Captain America arrives to save them and manages to fend off the Hydra forces before contacting Howard Stark with regards to the new threat.
While in communication with Peggy Carter, Captain America learns that the munitions recovered from the battle came from the mountains of Bavaria based on the rare metal used. Captain America is briefed on Project: Master Man and how Dr. Arnim Zola has unlocked the secrets of the human genome as one step towards immortality. He drops down in a village near the castle and disables anti-air forces so that the Invaders can enter the village. He then proceeds towards the armory in order to destroy the weapons before they are sold to the Nazis.
While Captain America makes his way through the enemy forces led by Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker, he is surprised by Strucker, who manages to knock him unconscious as they both fall from the exploding tower. Captain America is then taken to Zola’s lab by Iron Cross and sees Madam Hydra give orders for an analysis of Captain America’s shield. After a brief talk of how his blood was taken, Zola shows his new project involving more test subjects containing the Super Soldier Serum from the Captain’s blood. He shortly breaks free and proceeds through the base to destroy the samples of Zola’s experiments for an army of Super Soldiers. After rescuing Bucky Barnes, Bucky informs Rogers that some of their friends are being held captive near his present location. As he makes his way to rescue Dum, Dum, Dugan, and Falsworth, Zola’s experimental Super Soldiers escape.
After freeing Dugan, he pursues Madam Hydra who has taken Falsworth. He catches up to her and in the exchange, but she managed to flee. Captain America decides to pursue Red Skull instead, who is intended to use the Cosmic Cube to activate the Sleeper. Captain America uses a train to enter Zola’s special lab where he is building the Sleeper. Red Skull arrives wanting the upgraded Super Soldier serum Zola synthesized from the Captain’s blood. Captain America follows and destroys the sample, enraging Red Skull who orders Iron Cross to kill him. Captain America defeats Iron Cross and pursues Skull, only for the Sleeper to awake and crumble the lab. Zola escapes and activates a robot body for a later use. Captain America awakens and finds a map of his location, using it to locate Falsworth.
Developer: Next Level Games, High Voltage Software, and Griptonite Games
Writer: Christos Gage
Engine: Infernal Engine
Platform: Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, and Nintendo 3DS
Release: July 15, 2011
Genre: Action and Beat’em up
Rating: 4.3 out of 5
Customer Review: 65
The steps on becoming a soldier hero: Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core
Zack is a SOLDIER 2nd Class under Angeal’s mentorship with a dream of becoming a hero. During a training simulation in the SOLDIER training room in Shinra HQ, Zack loses against a simulated Sephiroth, forcing Angeal to abort the session. Soonafter, Angeal leaves the SOLDIER training room and tells Zack, “Embrace your dreams, to be a hero, you need to have dreams, and honor.”
After Angeal and Zack leave the training room, they later head to the SOLDIER director Lazard’s office, and they learn Angeal’s childhood friend, Genesis, has betrayed Shinra and deserted with a number of other SOLDIER members. Lazard proceeds to give Zack and Angeal orders to go to Fort Tamblin for the final battle of the Wutai War. Before beginning their mission, Angeal informs Zack that he recommended him to become 1st Class.
While approaching the Wutai stronghold, Angeal tells Zack about his childhood. He grew up poor in Banora Village known for its “dumbapples,” apples exclusive to the region that ripen at random times of the year, which he would pilfer to feed himself. He was best friends with the mayor’s son, Genesis Rhapsodos, and never stole from his family’s tree even if it was the biggest in the village, and was too proud to ask for handouts. Angeal explains his weapon, the Buster Sword, represents his family’s honor and thus he avoids wearing it down.
The two split and Zack infiltrates the fortress alone. Inside, he meets a young girl called Yuffie, who soon runs off. Zack is ambushed by two monsters and is saved by Angeal. When Zack notes Angeal used the Buster Sword, his mentor retorts Zack’s life is slightly more important than the sword. Angeal goes back on his own, and after Zack is finished with his work, he goes looking for Angeal. On the way, Zack encounters and battles an Ifrit that is suddenly summoned. Zack thinks he defeats it, but it gets back up and overwhelms him when he lets his guard down. Sephiroth suddenly appears and defeats it saving Zack. Zack and Sephiroth find several soldiers working under Genesis who have been transformed into copies of him thanks to stolen Shinra technology. Unable to find Angeal, Zack leaves Sephiroth, who believes Angeal has now deserted with Genesis.
Zack refuses to believe his friend and mentor would be a turncoat. He is sent to Banora village along with the Turk Tseng to investigate Genesis’s disappearance. Turks is Shinra’s intelligence agency often given the most clandstine and dirtiest jobs, and Tseng is quick to point out how much better paid he is than Zack for the kind of work they have to do.
Zack and Tseng find several graves, including those of Genesis’s foster parents, and the only person Zack can find is Gillian Hewlwy, Angeal’s mother. At the town factory, Zack meets Genesis, and it turns out he has been using the apple juice factory as his base of operations. Genesis quotes from the epic poem LOVELESS, which focuses around three men who set out on a quest to find the fabled “Gift of Goddess” before making his escape.
Shinra plans to destroy the village to conceal the events from the general public, and Zack races downtown to warn Gillian. He finds her dead with Angeal standing over her. Zack is shocked and enraged by the idea of Angeal killing his own mother, and questions him about the code of honor he claims to live by. Genesis appears and summons Bahamut to fight Zack, calls himself a monster, sprouts a single black wing, and flies away. The town is bombed by Shinra Army aircraft with Zack and Tseng evacuating via helicopter. Back at Shinra Headquarters, Zack is promoted to SOLDIER 1st Class by SOLDIER director Lazard Deusericus.
Developer: Square Enix
Publisher: Square Enix
Director: Hajime Tabata
Producer: Hideki Imaizumi
Programmer: Shun Moriya
Artist: Yoshihiro Hirota
Writer: Kazushige Nojima
Composer: Takeharu Ishimoto
Series: Final Fantasy Compilation of Final Fantasy VII
Platform: PlayStation Portable
Release: September 13, 2007
Genre: Action-role Playing
Rating: 4.6 out of 5
Customer Review: 301