gamrReview's Chris M. Arnone takes a hard look at the new "emotional" shooter from Kaos Studios and THQ. "A brilliant experience cut painfully short."
It's turned out to be better than I expected! If only it had more content.
A 4-hour single player campaign, only two real multiplayer modes, and no split-screen = fail.
I'll wait for a Steam sale.
Nobody likes a short single player game, but can giving the game a value score of 5 be a little unforgiving? The game does have a multiplayer mode, and although it doesn't have a lot of modes, I'd think a 7 or 8 for value would be about right. Either way, mid 7s to 8s seems about right for this game, with the occasional 9s thrown in here or there. Seems like a quality game to get into until higher profile games come out.
Every FPS game has multiplayer, the value score has to be compared to other AAA FPS games. Call of Duty and Battlefield have a lot more game types than Homefront.
How many game modes did Battlefield have again? Distinct game-modes, instead of copies that just limit the number of players.
Good then, but not the "next big thing in FPS" as we've all been promised...
You're confusing Homefront with Killzone 3 and Black Ops.
Expected scores like this.
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