NDTV says: "Considering how poor the game's trailer was at Microsoft's Gamescom event we had very low expectations for Homefront: The Revolution. The trailer showed off a structure of conquering locations and progression similar to open-world games like Far Cry and Assassin's Creed wherein you'd capture key areas on a map to progress through the storyline. It gave the impression of being a cookie-cutter, by the numbers take on Ubisoft's games. Not exactly an inspiring thing. Plus, some rather poor visuals didn't exactly help matters. Read on to find out more.