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Submitted by iamironman 1632d ago | review

IncGamers: Homefront Review

IncGamers: Kaos Studios has promised to deliver a new take on the standard modern-military first-person shooter, do they achieve a decisive victory or is it time to sound the retreat? (Homefront, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 6.4/10

the-thing-that-is  +   1632d ago
Ouch. Talk about not pulling any punches... Sloppy story telling, no originality, getting caught on scenery, 'me too' multiplayer... Burn
iamironman  +   1632d ago
Sounds crap. A lot of today's reviews don't like the game. Makes you wonder where those g
High scores came from yesterday
JohnR  +   1632d ago
Crap
TKCMuzzer  +   1632d ago
After all the shoddy Killzone 3 scores that went flying around, it looks like I will continue to make up my own mind about games. Reviewers are not professional these days, they are like you or I and that's what leads to so many inconsistent reviews. The internet has blurred the lines between professional and amateur in every medium.

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