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Homefront: The Revolution Preview – Popping and win souls
Games can be realistic? The question loomed when we recently got a preview of Homefront: The Revolution. The play session took place on the day when bombs exploded in Brussels Zaventem. On the day it became clear that terrorists managed to touch the heart of Europe, we played a game in which central terrorism across the ocean state. Then come fantasy and reality suddenly close together.
Fortunately Homefront is not entirely realistic. The game shows an alternative reality in which the US government under the state of the North Korean army, that for many years conducting a reign of terror. Up to you to do something about it. The game thus fits seamlessly with the first Homefront, the somewhat unsuccessful shooter from 2011. It said the North Korean invasion centrally. In The Revolution we are a few years later, the North Korean regime has established itself and has come to you in opposition and put a revolution on its feet. This also includes self Patching together explosives. That’s one of the differences with the pastor; The Revolution is in doing much more than in the first Homefront, including therefore the manufacture of all kinds of tools.
Preview Homefront: The Revolution
While we’re talking about significant differences; the game has been given a different decor. Where in the first Homefront tried to defend the West Coast against the Korean invasion, we are now on the other side of the country, in Philadelphia. In this city, where once the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed by the US, the Korean People’s Army has established his headquarters. The symbolism of these oppressed Americans do not miss. The willingness to stand up is therefore large in the city. Your task is to stoke the fire.Viewing:-171
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