27 October 2018 | 851222
Really good game, although rough around the edges
Greetings from Lithuania.
"Homefront: The Revolution" (2016) is a sequel to one of the most marketed, hyped and eventually disappointing games of the last decade "Homefront". I played the first one, and it was an OK game. But this one i liked much more. Sure the game needed to be polished a lot, this what we got is a very rough game - i mean graphics won't blow you away, shooting mechanics aren't the best in FPS market. But the story was pretty good. Open world was very descent, there are a lot of activities that lead you to one goal - to liberate Philadelphia. And in that it succeeded. Every weapon you use can be modified in a very interesting way. There are useful gadgets and tools to make your life easier as well.
Overall, i picked up "Homefront: The Revolution" for a few dollars because it was so cheap but i heard the game was pretty bad, anyway i thought i will give it a shot. At the end i did surprise me of how actually good and sometimes even pretty great it was. I also really enjoyed "Resistance" mode where you co-op with other player and do some missions - there is a pretty deep customization system and progress - but there is one issue - no one plays it! That is very sad because this game is really good if you give it a chance.