Summary: This game was a let down to most people who purchased it. I personally thought the game was very fun. But there are 2 problems. First, the game is very short. Glad I got it for only a few bucks. Secondly, the game freezes up close to the end. It took me forever, but I figured out how to get the game to keep going. When you get to a "freeze" point, just make sure to keep shooting all the way through the scene and the game will continue. Fun game......not enough play time.
Summary: I had pretty large expectations for this game. Mainly because I'm a fan of THQ games such as Red Faction, Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine, etc. With that in mind, I had assumed this would be a great game. While the concept and story holds promise, the gameplay really kills it. Firstly, the game looks quite poor. While I'm not a graphics hound, there really is no reason a game of this year of release should look last generation. To add to this is the terrible voice acting.
Summary: This game is annoyingly short. I cannot really see myself telling others to buy this game cause its not battlefield or call of duty. I would def recommend renting this title tho, because it can be very fun and interesting at some times. Online costs money if not purchased new which is the dumbest thing since online pay has started free.
Summary: I have rented the game before, and really enjoyed it. Fair Warning! If you don't have a large TV screen, be prepared to sit REALLY close to the TV when you go into the multiplayer online game mode. The story line is interesting, but moving up in objectives can be difficult because the computer players move at a much slower pace than your avatar runs.
Summary: Homefront is a First-Person Shooter based in 2027 set in a Korean occupied United States. The game shows the great US of A under a Nazi-like oppression. You play as a former marine helicopter pilot who is recruited by the Resistance, a group of rag-tag fighters trying to free America, to fight the Korean oppresors. The games plot has an interesting premise, but fails to execute on more detailed events. As far as gameplay goes, Homefront feels like a Call of Duty clone.