Re: Kim Jong Il is dead?
I am implying that just because Kim Jong-Il died does not make it a Homefront-esque scenario, because whether or not the scenario was thought of, he would have died. As I said, it is retrofitting.
Actually, the U.S pulled out of Japan, and all other foreign operations, because of its horrible economy so that it could fixate on internal affairs because the economy was so bad, and the infrastructure was failing. If you pay attention to the dialogue in the game, Texas even split from the U.S. So, even if Kim's son is in power, it in now way suggests a Homefront scenario.
I can tell you that Kim Jong-Il nor his son would not have untied the North and South together. The South has too recent reminder of what his bastard father did.
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Last edited by Teddiursa of the Sky; 12-28-2011 at 12:13 PM.