Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 14 Jun 2011.
Woot, more fridges!
Yawn. Another generic FPS. I suppose its good as it bolsters a publishers profits for more experiemental games.
Wasn't it released this year?
On topic though, everyone I've talked to about Homefront said it was 'meh'. Can't see number 2 selling too well.
1st was crap, second why bother?
First one might have sold quite well
But once bitten by the 'learning experience' No one will buy the pc sequel.
should sell well on the consoles though, they will buy any thing.
Maybe if the first one actually had any kind of conclusion instead of finishing just as s*** got real, I might have considered homefront 2 a possibility.
The game was such a dissapointment, especially the 3 hour campaign length and killing it right when the action got going. I didnt touch the multiplayer, mostly cause I prefer games designed strictly for multiplayer if they're going to go that way (l4d/TF2 etc).
If they want the sequel to move forward to the point that it's not another sack of tripe they are going to have to shift a whole lot of fridges.
I didn't play Homefront, but reviews were discouraging.
Can they not learn from the mistake Capcom made - making a sequel to Lost Planet?
all they need to do is to lenghten and organize there campaign. plus put more mutliplayer modes. then it should be pretty good.
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