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Homefront – The Good, The Bad and The Sequel

With a sequel to last year’s gritty first-person shooter already confirmed, Dan Jenko explores the areas in which THQ’s intriguing original flourished and failed – and asks what the second installment needs to do to compete with the likes of COD and Battlefield.

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hellzsupernova2132d ago

i enjoyed the campaign it was short though so longer campaign better graphics engine and maybe more fast passed multiplayer

mcstorm2132d ago

I have to agree with you. It was not the best FPS game I have played but not the worst too. The story has promise so if they can get the right team working on the game play and graphics I think Homefront could be a big name for THQ. I also think the MP was fun on this game it was alot like cod which is not really what I like in MP games but it worked well on Homefront and if they can get the COD fans playing this game then they could get quite alot of people picking this game up.

ATi_Elite2132d ago

Crytek is not known for having good MP modes.

also i think Homefront 2 will be a rush job as Crytek scrambles to get it this Gen of consoles.

Hopefully they concentrate on the SP story cause the MP will not be anything special.

DanJenkoFMV2132d ago

It should be noted that it's made by Crytek UK, who made the mulitplayer portion of Crysis 2 not the singleplayer. And, as someone who enjoyed Crysis 2's multiplayer, I'd say they could make a good mode for Homefront 2. In all honesty the singleplayer is at more of a risk of being a flop.