Well I just saw the announcement for Homefront: The Revolution AKA Homefront 2 and all I can say is that it looks absolutely amazing. It feels even more alive than in the first game where I can tell they try to make us connect with the civilians, but it failed because we used a Press X to Speak button. I would have liked it if we just walked around and listened on current active dialogue like an open world, which the sequel is going for to make it feel more alive than in the last gen linear shoot em ups.
Now, what did we learned from this new game. Well, it takes place four years after the original Homefront and America is still under control by the Greater Korean Republic, which feels odd considering the ending of Homefront. What? Was the…Read more >