It is November 1986. Richard "Demo Dick" Marcinko is sent into North Korea along with two other Navy SEALs. They are on a mission to find out if North Korea is in possession of ICBM ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
... Dick Marcinko (voice)
... Admiral Payton (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Richard Marchenko (as Viv Weatherall)
... Russian Soldier / SEAL Captain (voice)
... Korean Soldier (voice)
... Korean Soldier (voice)
... Korean Soldier (voice)
... Russian Soldier (voice)
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It is November 1986. Richard "Demo Dick" Marcinko is sent into North Korea along with two other Navy SEALs. They are on a mission to find out if North Korea is in possession of ICBM missiles. Shortly after touching ground, Marcinko's team is killed and he must finish the mission on his own without any outside assistance. Written by Sam

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1 December 2009 (USA)  »

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The game's title comes from the autobiography 'Rogue Warrior', which is written by the video game's protagonist, Dick Marcinko. However, the plot of the video game is entirely fictional. Marcinko himself is a real-life Navy SEAL that served from the Vietnam War up until the late 1980s. He was also the creator of SEAL Team Six, which was established in the early 1980s. See more »

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[Last line]
Navy SEAL Commander: I heard the commies cost you two good men, commander. I'm sorry.
Dick Marcinko: Not as sorry as those motherfuckers.
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Rogue Warrior- Just Another FPS
15 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

A few weeks ago, I was out from work sick for a few days, and rented Rogue Warrior for my Xbox 360. If I ever see Dick Marcinko face to face again, I'll ask him for my ten bucks back. The bottom line here is that this is just another first person shooter- the plot is weak, it's completely lone wolf, the scenery is all the same from what I saw, it borrows too heavily from too many other games of the genre, the language is excessive (and this is a former soldier saying this, mind you), and it does absolutely nothing to grab your attention. I rented it on principle, as I'm a huge FPS player, but I lost interest about halfway through the second mission. There is just nothing to set it apart from any of the ten zillion other FPS games out there. The weapons and equipment are typical, granted, the kill moves are kind of cool, but you have to get the drop on an enemy to perform them. Bottom line- if someone buys you this game, go trade it in.


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