A fictional future scenario in which America has been economically devastated and occupied by a foreign power. You must choose whether to submit to military forces, take the fight to the enemy or even throw your lot in with the invaders.

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Connor Morgan (voice)
Hannah Cabell ...
Rianna (voice)
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Hopper Lee (voice) (as Joel DeLaFuente)
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Boone Karlson (voice)
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Brooks (voice)
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A fictional future scenario in which America has been economically devastated and occupied by a foreign power. You must choose whether to submit to military forces, take the fight to the enemy or even throw your lot in with the invaders.

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Home is where the WAR is

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Action | Thriller | War

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15 March 2011 (USA)  »

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THQ previously stated first day sales in North America reached 375,000 copies sold. THQ announced an estimated 1 million copies across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific markets have been sold. It had also shipped 2.6 million units to retail since launch. See more »

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References Red Dawn (1984) See more »

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Not bad, Short...but sweet.
20 March 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Well, reading through the other reviews here it's clear that you should really try or at least research before stating any kind of opinion as the first review was completely wrong. Yes, it's a little far fetched i'll give you that but as the second review stated FPS' are meant to be fun not realistic. Name me one FPS that is based on realistic events? Even the likes of ARMA which is a military simulator has parts made up, but the others - Halo, Gears of War, Army of Two, Call of Duty even! Anyway as for the game the storyline was pretty good especially considering it gave you a little history on how it happened which was Korea unifying in forces north and south and making their way to invading the US which was partly believable. The single player was far too short, I finished it on the hardest difficulty in just over 3 hours which to be honest is probably the biggest downfall of the game. The graphics are not spectacular but pretty good none the less, the gameplay is practically close enough for all those COD lovers out there to enjoy it. Unfortunately AI doesn't have much to offer in this title about as useful as a chocolate fire guard, but doesn't really make much difference on the experience. I found very little glitches throughout the game which was a great thing to see, it was fairly violent especially seeing a few disturbing images which I guess portrays war in it's most honest self.

As for the multiplayer side of this game, very much like Call of Duty but a bit more upscale, choosing from a 32 player game mode to a 24 to a 16. The game modes are quite fun and it's alright to play online. As I got bored of Call of Duty Modern Warfare though after a while online play on Homefront get's a little sameish and it's just about levelling up, unlocking weapons....the usual. I would highly recommend this to any COD lover, or just generally any FPS fanatic other than that it's safe to say its another generic FPS and if they bore you, stay away!


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