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Operation Flashpoint: Resistance VERIFIED



The story takes place in 1982, three years before the events of Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis. The player takes on the role of an ex-special operations soldier, Victor Troska, who joins and comes to lead a resistance movement fighting against the Soviet Army, which has invaded his country.




Operation Flashpoint: Resistance



In 1982, Victor "Viking Viki" Troska (voiced by Stephen Critchlow), is an ex-special operations soldier who has returned to his homeland of Nogova after years in exile serving with British special forces. Nogova is a small and quaint island nation whose coalition government has recently collapsed. The island is then invaded by the Soviet Union after some members of the Nogovan Communist Party betray the country and invite Soviet forces to overthrow the government and install a socialist puppet regime. Troska is approached by Nogovans who are resisting the Soviet occupation and asked to join them. Initially, Troska refuses to have any part in the fighting and rebukes them because he wants to put combat behind him and also he believes that any resistance will be futile and the inexperience of the partisans will get them killed. Later, a wounded guerrilla fighter being pursued by Soviet soldiers takes refuge in Troska's shed. When Soviet soldiers, led by Colonel Guba, arrive and threaten to shoot Troska and his friends if they do not co-operate, Troska is forced to make a decision: betraying the partisan, trying to negotiate with the Soviets or fighting off the Soviet soldiers and joining the resistance.


When Victor joins the resistance, he is immediately forced to take command and fight the Soviets who attack their base and kill the resistance commander. Then he leads his unit to attack Soviet bases and convoys to obtain weapons, ammunition, and tanks as the resistance forces only have a limited supply of weapons. Besides the fighting, this becomes a very important objective through all throughout the campaign. After some initial successful actions against remote Soviet outposts more people begin to join the resistance, making it stronger.


Later, the resistance receives some weapons and supplies from the U.S. who also send an old friend of Victor's, Major James Gastovski, and his team in to assist the resistance. Victor is also helped by "Tasmanian Devil", an informant of unknown identity who passes critical information to him via radio (he is later discovered by the Soviets and killed).


The successful actions drive the Soviets back until they are pushed to the airfield where Guba holds his tactical bombers to be used to obliterate Nogova after the Soviet retreat. After initial refusal of U.S. assistance and failed attempt of special forces to destroy the bombers, Victor manages to destroy them. However, the Soviets surround him, leaving his ultimate fate uncertain, most likely being dead. Then the Soviets launch an offensive which puts the resistance on the brink of defeat, but U.S. forces sent by Colonel Blake wipe out the remaining Soviet forces. Guba escapes in a helicopter before the final defeat and James Gastovski, disappointed after losing his friend and Colonel Guba's escape, leaves the army.


Now that the partisans were armed with actual weaponry, they could conduct their first offensive operation against the Soviets. The next morning, Troska announced that they were going to strike at a Soviet armoured vehicle depot near the village of Trosky. Scouts reported that their crews were "celebrating" in the castle ruins, and their recently-repaired vehicles (including an advanced heavy tank) were ripe for the taking.


Many villagers throughout the country secretly began supporting the resistance with information and supplies, and the partisans' ranks were swelling with new recruits as well. Those who had weapons even banded together to join the fight directly.


The storyline takes place three years before the events of Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis. The player takes on the role of an ex-special operations soldier, Victor Troska, who has returned to his homeland of Nogova after years in exile serving with British Special Forces. During the first introductory mission to the campaign, the island is invaded by the Soviet Union after some members of the socialist party betray the country and invite Soviet forces to overthrow the government. Troska is approached by Nogovans who are resisting the Soviet occupation and asked to join them. Initially, Troska refuses to have any part in the fighting and rebukes them because he wants to put the combat behind and also believes that any resistance will take many of the inexperienced soldiers' lives. Later, a wounded guerrilla fighter being pursued by Soviet soldiers takes refuge in Troska's shed. When Soviet soldiers, led by Colonel Guba, arrive, Troska is forced to make a decision: betraying the partisan, trying to negotiate with the Soviets or fighting off the Soviet soldiers and joining the resistance.


When Victor joins the resistance, he is immediately forced to take command and fight the Soviets who attack their base and kill the resistance commander. Then he leads his units to assault some Soviet bases and convoys to collect some weapons, ammunition, and tanks as the resistance forces have only a limited supply of weapons. Besides the fighting, this becomes a very important objective through all throughout the campaign. After some initial successful actions more people begin to join the resistance, making it stronger. Later, the resistance receives some weapons and supplies from the Americans who also send James Gastovski and his team in to assist the resistance. Victor is also helped by "Tasmanian Devil", an informant of unknown identity who passes critical information to him via radio (he is later discovered by the Soviets and killed). The successful actions drive the Soviets back until they are pushed to the airfield where Guba holds his tactical bombers to be used to obliterate Nogova after the Soviet retreat. Victor manages to destroy the bombers but the Soviets encircle him and is missing after that, presumably dead. The American forces sent by Colonel Blake wipe out the remaining Soviet forces but Guba escapes before the final defeat.


Mount the T-55 and order your 8 and 9 mount your tank to have a full crew. You also have a T-80 and a T-72 in your team. There will be other 6 resistance tanks, but you don't command them. Lot of tank action to be expected.


As with Operation Flashpoint, an interesting story ties the game's combat encounters together. Resistance plays out a few years before the story of Operation Flashpoint, letting you assume the role of Victor Troska, a former Special Forces soldier. Having grown weary of fighting, Troska retires to the sleepy, provincial island of Nogova, a fictional area that readily calls to mind the Balkans. The sympathetic Troska's peace and quiet don't last long. A split between hard-line Communists and reformers causes Nogova's government to collapse, whereupon Soviet forces led by a brutal commander arrive to establish a puppet government. Only Troska is capable of organizing and leading a militia resistance.


Operation Flashpoint: Resistance is the second expansion of Operation Flashpoint. It offers a new campaign on a new island with improved graphics and new gameplay elements. You play as part of an underground resistance group opposing general Guba before the Operation Flashpoint time-frame. Weapons have to be captured and resources and men need to be managed to be successful.


The game is set before the events of Operation Flashpoint, telling the story of Victor Troska, an ex-special forces soldier seeking to retire quietly to the island of Nogova. Ha! You don't get away that easily, young fella-me-lad, as is shown when the island's government collapses, leading to a Soviet invasion of his backwater hideout. Naturally, the only person qualified to lead a grass-roots resistance is none other than Mr Troska himself, and so begins the campaign. What makes it interesting is that it really is a peasants revolt - the large proportion of the troops Troska must make do with are nothing more than enthusiastic farmers, with weapons scavenged from the fallen enemy. Lose a man, and he's gone for good, run out of bullets and don't expect a sudden influx should you complete the next mission.


Both individuals and organised groups of workers such as the Luddites and Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) have used the tactic of sabotage as direct action against working conditions. Anarchists see sabotage as one of the forms of working class resistance that is not controlled or compromised by trade unions.


Pol Pot, the Prime Minister of Democratic Kampuchea, is alive and well inside the country, and is continuing to lead the resistance against the Vietnamese invaders. This is in spite of rumors spread by Vietnamese sources that the Kampuchean leader had fled to Thailand and then to China.


Even with its beefed-up military force, Vietnam has had to rely more heavily than ever on the USSR and Cuba in its efforts to stop the Kampuchean resistance. Soviet aircraft and personnel carriers are now shouldering the principal load of transporting Vietnamese troops from one flashpoint of the battle to another.


Making use of the present military situation, the Soviet Union has at last stationed naval ships .in its long sought Vietnamese port, the American-built base at Cam Ranh Bay: Several Soviet vessels have called at the huge facility in recent weeks. The strategic location of this naval base gives the USSR a powerful pivot point from which to carry out operations in both the Pacific and the Indian Oceans.


The day started with sustained mortar fire on both sides. The Israeli position on the Sojod hills faces the village of Jarjou, making it a perfect target. Every village and road in the valley below is scrutinised by the Israeli army, which dominates the area from three outposts at Sojod, Sweida and Birkelab. The intensity of the shelling suggested that the resistance had carried out an attack. Shortly afterwards we learned that an officer in the South Lebanon Army (SLA), the pro-Israel militia, had been killed at Beit Yahoun, one of the five checkpoints connecting the occupied zone to the rest of Lebanon. 041b061a72


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