Summary: I absolutely love multiplayer homefront, since the day I played the demo. Their's somthing about it that makes it so much funner then the mainstream series like CoD or BF. Instead of being lead by example with the whole "realism" thing, THQ put their own crative twist on the battlefront. My only complain is the large ammount of hackers and glitches unattended.
Summary: good price lucky who well bay it.good mony back,sheep.good game to blay.ghraphices is nice. The year is 2027. The world has suffered a decade-long energy crisis, and economies have crumbled. Reduced to a mere shadow of the super power it once was, the United States became the target of a North Korean takeover. American malls, suburbs and city streets are now battlegrounds as the civilian resistance fights for freedom.
Summary: Story line was too short for me but its controls were familiar (being the same as the Call of Duty series). There were a few places in the game you could see the white outlines of the characters. But other than that the game is good.
Not a CoD-beater, but an unsettling story helps it become something unique and interesting.
T. Frye, Amazon
30 May 2012
Summary: First-person shooters are usually not focused on story. Games like Call of Duty are more focused on action than an interesting storyline. Who cares if you can't remember why you're hunting down a terrorist, because THEY JUST DROPPED A NUKE!!!!! I'm not saying that Call of Duty is bad - I'm just saying its story is forgetable. This is where Homefront comes in.
Summary: few things must be said, i feel this is an unbiased review, seeing as how most of the people i met that didnt like this game were comparing it to highly funded games and giving up on it rather than playing it.the first thing i will say is a bummer is that the campaign fell short. it was fun as hell and i wont give it away but put it this way, at one point i was amped for the next level only to see the credits come out...and was like....hmmm...really?
Summary: I don't understand what's with all the hatred for this game. Yes, it has some problems, but the campaign is decent, and the multi-player is quite enjoyable. I especially like the way multi-player is set up. The point-based combat bonus systems works nicely, where you earn points for kills, saving teammates, completing objectives, etc. You can then use the points to spawn in a vehicle (several ground and air options), call in air strikes, UAVs, etc.