Summary: Didn't live up to my expectations. Not any different than any other game. Good concept, so-so product. Once again, waves of bad guys. I would think a "resistance" concept game would have more stealth.
First Person Shooter with an interesting premise for a story, but it fails to deliver.
David Dixon, Amazon
20 March 2014
Summary: Homefront has an interesting story line, but the game is far too short in length. I think that there was only seven stages to it. The game was over very quickly and left a "is that all?" kind of unsatisfied feeling.
Summary: I've heard a lot about what cut this game short, some rumors that the production company was bought out by foreign interests (which also happened to the movie Red Dawn), other rumors that the corporate owners didn't want to spend the money to finish it and had other project they wanted to focus on.
Summary: I played only through the first couple of missions, my son played it through and said it was "OK." Relatively short game, I understand. Compelling premise. For as much as I played,the graphics were top-notch, almost disturbingly realistic.
Summary: I bought this for about $10, and think it was worth it; however, if you paid more, especially when it first came out, I can see how it'd be way overpriced. The solo campaign is fun, and there are some cool spots, but it was mostly OK.
Summary: The multiplayer has very few players on it right now. So don't pick this game up expecting hours of fun with players online. The single player was a bit of fun and a nice story of how things could of turned out or could turn out. Overall with its price tag below 10 bucks I would suggest a buy.