Very Interesting Story & Setting.
Some Exhilirating Set Pieces.
Unflinching representation of military occupation.
Some very memorable moments.
Terribly Short Single Player Campaign.
Extremely Linear Gameplay.
Average Graphics & Sound.
Poorly paced linearity.
No interesting characters.
Bland levels and shooting.
By PCWorld India on May 27, 2011
Homefront is a first person shooter set in a future where a crumbling United States has been invaded by an expansionist Korea....72
By Fusion Mods on May 16, 2011
Developer: KAOS StudiosPublisher: THQPlatform: PC (Reviewed), XBox 360, PS3Price: $49.95Homefronts setup is pretty interesting. Instead of relying on tried and true wars they build the story around a fictional future one and a bunch of what ifs....50
By PC Authority on May 13, 2011
The problem with gazing into a crystal ball and making bold predictions is the out-and-out risk. We did that with Homefront, pretty much calling it as a game of the year contender before it had even come out – we'd played a good wedge of the...50
By itreviews.com on April 20, 2011
Homefront is very much the military shooter equivalent of a packet of liquorice allsorts - a very mixed bag. The single-player game present a gritty and engaging premise on one hand, but one that's dogged by issues and overly short. The multiplayer...60
By NZGamer on April 05, 2011
After playing Homefront I cannot help but feel bad for Kaos Studios (the developer) because you can tell a lot of love and work was put into it. The problem is that when you put all of that aside there is, sadly, almost nothing special about this...70
By Maximum PC on April 05, 2011
Homefront can best be summed up by its opening (which is nice, because that means you don’t have to play much of the game). You’re kidnapped and tossed aboard a bus, at which point you get to witness the ugly carnage of Korea’s...50
By TechSmart.co.za on April 04, 2011
Homefront’s ambitious storyline and graphical portrayal of military occupation are some of the stand-out features of the game and its major drawing cards. You don’t often encounter the US as the underdog, with this “under...-
By New Game Network on March 25, 2011
It’s a task in itself when reviewing a military FPS not to draw inevitable comparisons with other such titles in the genre. There’s a vast shadow emanating from Activision HQ these days that first person shooters in particular find...72
By GameSpy on March 23, 2011
I really don't want to trash Homefront. Whenever a genuinely bad game comes around, the natural impulse for many writers is unchain their inner critic -- typically a once-annually event worthy of some note -- and tear the wretched thing to shreds....40
By Tech2 on March 21, 2011
War brings out the worst in us all. This valuable morsel of information from one of Homefront’s leading characters sets the tone for the latest shooter from developer Kaos Studios (Frontlines: Fuel of War). In the near (fictitious) future, a...60