Video Game | Action, Adventure, Family
Sgt. Roebucks weapon of choice was a Shotgun on Little Resistance, but is also seen with other weapons in the game such as the B.A.R (Or Browning Automatic Rifle).
April 30th, 1945. When he first spoke of Dimitri, Reznov told tales of a hero, someone we should all aspire to be like. His merciless brutality defines in more ways a savage, just like the rest of the Red Army. He is no hero.
Although this is one of the only video games to reenact the Battle of Peleliu, there were many historical errors. Sullivan says at the beginning of the battle that the fighting was going to be three days when it was expected to be four. Of course the battle lasted two months. Also the LVT you are on is too small and too fast to be the ones used in World War II. The carrier that launched it was also way too close to the beach as it was way further out in the actual landing. The coral you get stuck on actually could not stop an LVT, and could easily be rolled over. The terrain on Peleliu in the game looks like it is a jungle island when it was a island mostly with coral terrain and sand. Throughout the levels you are on Peleliu you encounter many Japanese banzai charges, but there were almost no banzai charges during the actual battle. Also the Japanese were mostly fighting in underground bunkers and not out in the open as depicted in the game. In the game you take the airfield on the same day as the landing, but it was not captured until the next day. There was also no counter-attack to retake the airfield as depicted in the game.
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