GamingExcellence's Ania Kwak goes in-depth with THQ's cinematic shooter Homefront in this video review, praising the intense gameplay and deep storyline, but criticizing the short campaign.
Great review, but I dont think I want to buy another COD. Is it really like it?
*sigh* Does COD have vehicles, large maps and gameplay that demands teamwork? Well, there's your answer.
Hey DelbertGrady, that I know. What I want to know....does it feel like COD? KZ has weight controls, BF has weight also, COD feels like your on skates. Does HF feel the same? Will I think I am playing COD with vehicles and objectives? Thats what I want to know. Not your uneducated answer. Will someone else answer my question who is not some fanboy but has the game now? Thanks
That girl is saying some interesting things, but next time: look in the camera
lol, she's reading off a board of text..
Next time they need to move the cue cards to behind the camera. That way she can at least look towards the camera while reading her lines. The review was good and confirmed that I will buy this as soon as it is dirt cheap in a Steam sale. I really want to play the single player, but I have no interest in the multiplayer at all. I don't want to play CoD online, I don't want to play a CoD clone online. Maybe it'll be on sale during the summer sale. Shogun 2 here I come.
yes, please move the teleprompter ======> to your right. Look forward to your next review :)
Wow, that sucked.
The point system in multiplayer is exactly the same as the money system in the cheapo Modern Combat game from Gameloft. So technically Homefront is getting good scores because the single player is lackluster and they cribbed the multiplayer from a budget game that cribbed its vibe from COD. Homefront reviews are the epitome of brainwash
If it's not your cup of tea, fine, but don't be a troll please. What do you have against this game? In case you didn't notice, no one is calling the single player lackluster but you - they call it very good but short. This is also the first review I've read that's actually said a single bad thing about the multiplayer - it's gotten higher reviews than the single player usually. So maybe the problem is with your predisposed attitude rather than the game?
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