Gamertag Radio writes: "Homefront TV Commercial ad for Xbox 360."
Looks like homefront is more interested on the 360 than anything else.
it looks crap, call of duty rip off
there are basically 2 types of shooters, the run and gun and the kind that actually use team work call of duty falls under run and gun and battlefield falls under team work, and i would assume that this is closer to battlefield than it is to cod not every fps is a "call of duty rip off" ESPECIALLY since cod wasnt the first fps around
@RSPproductionz How Can You Say It Looks Crap When You Havent Even Seen The Final Build Of The Game?
by typing the words "it looks crap" LOOK I JUST DID IT AGAIN
It looks like they have a special arrangement with MS.... nothing more. If you're a game developer the only thing that you're interested in is selling your wares to as many people and platforms possible. This special preference that you're talking about only exists in your little mind. This is one of the few things the box has to look forward to in 2011 so enjoy it.
Damn the game is looking good, with a decent story behind it!! Hope it lives up to the hype!!
This is going to end up pissing someone off.
Is this new? I saw something similar a while ago... and I remember thinking that the body at 0:13 doesn't fall realistically.
Its not new. IDK why it passed through.
I'd play this for the story, it doesn't seem so far fetched either if you've been paying attention to the news.
Ya. The story seems really good. It was written by the same guy who made apocalypse now.
this game has hands down one of the stupidest storys ever. north korea is so poor, the country doesn't even have electricity for the general population. and there gona take over the united states? they country cant even support itself china gives them money every year to stay afloat. http://thesinosaudiblog.fil... there people are actualy starving because there so poor it really sad.
The story actually goes that North/South Korea get unified. Still, as strong as SK's economy is, they wouldn't be able to take CONTROL of a country as large as the U.S. even wtihin the game's timeframe. Their population wouldn't be able to support a large enough military to actually be able to maintain a strng prescense throughout the U.S. The only possible way I would see this happening would be if they had the assistance of other world powers near them (China, Russia), but I'm nto sure if that makes it into the game. Even then, I'd be surprised by a China/US war anytime soon since both countries are integral to the other countries trade.
It's not North Korea, the scenario of the game shows you that North and South Korea reunite and become 'The Greater Korean Republic'. It also explains that the American economy collapses while the Korean Republic becomes more and more powerful, more countries join (Like Japan) and it finally becomes known as 'The Greater Korean Federation'. So don't think of it as North Korea vs America because that would last 2 minutes, it's more like the E.U vs America since it's a number of nation joined together.
I'm seeing lots of moms pissed with this commercial
Looks like just another generic shooter to me.
I am looking forward to this, but I am very hyped for Bulletstorm. A demo could do the trick and convince me.
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