5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Great atmosphere, shame about the rest of game,
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This review is from: Homefront (PC DVD) (DVD-ROM)
When you start this game you really feel like a resistance fighter in an occupied country. The atmosphere of the game is beutifully crafted to give a realistic feel and clearly a lot of thought has gone into creating the game's war ravaged enviroments.
However beyond the enviroments this game is an extremely bogstandard and fairly dull first person shooter, bringing nothing new or distinctive to the genre. The story, once you get past the premise is very weak and predictable. However the AI is by far the worst problem. While the enemy AI is fairly smart the AI of your companions isn't. All they do is get in the way when you're trying to get to cover. Whenever you are in a firefight they fire the weapons but don't actually hit anything making them more hiderance than help.
If you're looking for a budget first person shooter I'd buy bulletstorm instead as thats better in so many ways.
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Initial post: 5 Nov 2012 13:45:37 GMT
S. Hopkins says:
yes agree single player poor in some areas...all the money went into multiplayer its 10 times better than the single player game and there is lots of stuff that doesnt appear in the single player game for some wierd reason?...possibly due to them running out of money,give multi player a try.
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