Summary: I got excited over this game because of the premise; it sounded promising and that it would deliver plenty of excitement. I could not have been more wrong if I tried. This was an atrocious game with virtually no redeeming qualities.
Summary: 5 times trying to get through the first intro. Always failed immediately after I was rescued, or before. IN one of the beautiful attempts, the semi that was supposed to hit the bus disappeared as it made contact.
Summary: There's a lot of hatred for this game. On release, it got slagged for its short single-player campaign and lackluster multi-player. A lot of people got fooled by Homefront's massive marketing campaign that heavily featured an engrossing storyline by a famous screenwriter, only to find out that the...
Summary: The storyline and the detail in this game are absolutely phenomenal; however, the game fails to deliver the gaming experience due to major unending technicalities. It seems the executive had the wrong idea and failed to properly launch the game.
Summary: It's been a while since I've been itching for a good game - I got my copy 2 days ago. It took a full 2 days to install because the servers for steam (&the update from the company) took forever.
Summary: 4 hours for the single player mission, that's really too bad cause the scenario is really interesting and offers many possibilities to extend the game. The invisible walls bug is really cheap and annoying. The multiplayer is no alternative to a bad company 2.
Summary: How a company like THQ that has invested millions in a game can let it be released with a single player campaign that you can complete easily in one sitting is beyond me!! Does not represent value for money.
Summary: I was really looking for to playing this game even if other reviewers did not like it. But one I got it home and tried to install it I have had no end of problems. For starter did you know that you had to have a steam account and did you know that once you started to install it it would take another...
Summary: So i got this today in the post, Its installed through Steam, so then Steam runs the auto-update after installation, the release patch was 4.5Gb, which isnt a good start for a new game on release. The box details a 10Gb space requirement, which isnt accurate obviously.
Summary: "Discover a terrifyingly plausible near-future world the familiar has become alien" Did I! Like buying a product at full RRP that does not work out of the box. All Consumer protection is but a distant memory.