Homefront: The Revolution First Look | TSA

TSA writes: "Homefront’s lukewarm reception and sales back in 2011 hardly made a sequel the most exciting of prospects, and yet as THQ struggled financially, Crytek was brought into the fold to work on the successor, eventually acquiring the rights to the series as THQ shut down. Since then, the sequel has gone into hiding."

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Bonkerz1476d ago

That actually looked really good, got my interest.

alexkoepp1476d ago (Edited 1476d ago )

Really? Honestly I can't believe they made a sequel game, did they even make any money with the first title? I can already say with 100% certainty I won't be buying this game.

Chapter111476d ago

This showcases everything wrong with the current gaming industry. A subpar, poorly reviewed generic, Murica f-yeah shooter gets turned into a mega-franchise by a company more concerned about graphics than gameplay or story. I hope this bombs, but we all know it'll sell millions.

annus1476d ago (Edited 1476d ago )

Mega-franchise because they are making a sequel to a game that came out three years ago? I guess we have different meanings for that.

If anything I'd say it's a good thing because they ARE making another game even though it didn't sell well. It means that some companies continue to make games even though they didn't sell 5 million copies or whatever.

Edit: And the graphics aren't even good so I'm not sure how you got to that, it looks like they are focusing more on story...

TheTowelBoy1476d ago

Oh shut up. I don't like shooters either but that's no reason to trash an entire team's work and sweat. It looks great, and the idea is solid. I won't buy it but Jesus you're what's wrong with this generation. Not them. Bunch of whiny little brats.

fatneal1476d ago (Edited 1476d ago )

i own homefront...i thought it was a decent game overall and had some great ideas...we dont get many shooters based in america but it was definitely a diamond in the rough...if cryteks got its hands on the franchise im eager to see what comes of it