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Homefront: We'll make sequel longer if fans complain, says Kaos

Kaos has told CVG that Homefront 2 will be longer in the single-player department - if fans complain en masse about the first game's five-hour campaign length.

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BigKev452412d ago

And while your at it make the graphics better.

ravinash2412d ago

Why wait for customers to complain?
You would think they would always try to get the best product out they can...not think about what they can get away with.

Elven62412d ago

For certain audiences, campaign length doesn't matter but quality does. You won't know how your potential fanbase will react.

sam22362412d ago (Edited 2412d ago )

@BigKev45: Stop bitching and buy a PC, you graphics whore.

EDIT: @Baka: Stop talking out of your ass, please. The PC version looks a hell of a lot better than the console versions.

Baka-akaB2412d ago (Edited 2412d ago )

the game is ugly everywhere smartass .
There is only so much higher resolutions and dx11 can do to an already subpar offering

@sam2236

Where the hell did i say it was the same ? It's subpar on consoles , and also subpar on pc compared to other games . It just happens to be better than the console version obviously .

DelbertGrady2412d ago

Homefront 2 will take a full six hours to finish.

Droid Control2412d ago

I won't buy homefront or its sequel. Not interested in yet another shooter with lame grahics and short campaign.

chak_2412d ago

Make good game first

THEN think about the sequel.

Downtown boogey2412d ago

Exactly... I have a feeling there won't be a sequel.

BabyTownFrolics2412d ago (Edited 2412d ago )

homefront is a good game, in my opinion

I've enjoyed many games that most people think are bad, Deadly Premonition and Bionic Commando come to mind. Now it seems that I can add Homefront to that list. I just hope the online community for the game sticks around because I am having a blast.

This humvee drove by I threw down a c4 charge, blew the it the fuck up, hip fire killed a dude who jumped out of the humvee at the last minute, that gave me enough points for that little helicopter drone that shoots rockets. I proceeded to kill a sniper who was chilling on a giant billboard, the ragdoll on his body had everyone laughing. Then I chased down some dude with the same drone, we were weaving in and out of hallways. It was fun. Damn fun. All those things I just mentioned combined could not be done in either COD:BO or BF:BC2 and thats why I am enjoying Homefront.

nycredude2412d ago

Been doing that shit since Mag and Warhawk.

BabyTownFrolics2412d ago (Edited 2412d ago )

good for you asshole

I too have played MAG and Warhawk, so I have to ask where in MAG or Warhawk did you use battlepoints to buy a drone helicopter to shoot people with rockets. Warhawk does have flying vehicles but could you fly them into a building with tight corridors and down narrow hallways. While MAG has no aerial vehicles or drones to operate at all.

Are you sure you played MAG and Warhawk, since you cant do what I've described in either game.

fuck me for enjoying myself

Downtown boogey2412d ago (Edited 2412d ago )

You pretty much CAN do that in BF...

There is no way, BTW, you could prove that Homefront is great. It just isn't. It's nothing original, nothing of über high quality in terms of graphics, physics or story telling and there's not a ton content or variety either...
Sure it might be fun for a while and newcomers may find it more original than it is, but that's it.

BabyTownFrolics2412d ago (Edited 2412d ago )

in my original comment all I said is that it was a good game "in my opinion" and I gave an example of the fun I had. A moment of fun that other games I have been playing recently have not given me, due to the interesting combination of elements the game provides.

I never said it was great, original, or anything else you mentioned in your list. I said it was good and fun, in my opinion, god forbid folks think differently.

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