Summary: Homefront has an interesting opening video, and the opening cutscene is very well done, drawing me into the story and making me interested in what was happening. However, once I started actually playing the game, I lost interest almost immediately.
Summary: When this game launched, alot of gamers out there expected a clean reboot of the underground hit "Freedom Fighters". What we got instead was a cookie cutter shooter that did nothing new but rake in money from their advertising partners (ala White Castle).
Summary: I'm not a hard-core gamer, but I do enjoy a good FPS. I don't care much for multi-player or online games (those kids who skip school to play all day and learn all the tricks kinda ruin it for those of us who have to work for a living), so I go for the single-player games.
Summary: Frankly I didn't like HomeFront at all... the story concept was the only thing remotely interesting about the game. The characters had virtually no AI and on several occasions blocked my character into a corner making it impossible for me to move and getting me killed.
Summary: Fun game, but single player way too short. Download time = play time, about 5 hours. MP worth the money, but if you are looking at this game just for the SP ,,, wait in till the price comes down.
Summary: I'm one of those guys who picks up a shooter mostly for the campaign, but I will dabble in the multiplayer for a couple dozen hours, then it's off to the next game. There's far too many great games to play without grinding out yet another level cap in yet another "shoot things and get points to...
Summary: I finally completed this game in single player mode. I say finally because I had to take breaks due to how boring the overall game play has been. While the concept is excellent, the graphics are fine, the plot is completely linear.