Will Homefront: The Revolution Fail For Namesake Alone?

I think most of us were rather surprised when the announcement trailer for Homefront: The Revolution hit the internet. All in all, it was a nice trailer and certainly drove home the tone that the game was going for, though that hasn’t kept me from worrying about the title itself.

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incendy351692d ago

Possibly, they should have bought Freedom Fighters license instead!

darthv721692d ago

I always believe in redemption if done properly. Even a bad game with a good name deserves the chance to redeem itself.

Homefront had a good premise but bad execution. So while the bad taste of the game itself might turn people away, those with a sense of giving 2nd chances would do well to give it one more try.

I would do it for another alien colonial marines game if the efforts of making another were to try and clear the name of the franchise it is based on.

There is allot to be said about a name. Either people are familiar with it and proceed to get behind it or they get turned off by it and pass on the opportunity to see if the followup is better than the original.

TedCruzsTaint1692d ago

I am aware that at the end of the article I used the word "evolved", not "involved. And yes, it is bothering me to no end.

ValKilmer1692d ago

Yes, why the hell did they want to bring Homefront back? That game is a joke. Just call this "The Revolution" and be done with it.

TedCruzsTaint1692d ago (Edited 1692d ago )

It would be the smart thing to do. Bought the IP or not, it's not one that holds any weight.

WeAreLegion1692d ago (Edited 1692d ago )

I'm more upset about the subtitle than the IP they're using. This is more of a regular war than a revolution.

Ravenheartzero1692d ago

If the game looks good and plays good hopefully it won't fail, shall wait for gameplay trailers

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