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Homefront: The Revolution is a mediocre FPS that squanders an intriguing concept, but worst of all the game is not fun to play and overwrought with repetition.
Today sees the release of Homefront: The Revolution — and the long-delayed game is packing a pair of fully playable levels from the beloved Timesplitters 2.
With less than a month until Homefront: The Revolution releases, Game Rant takes a look at the pre-order options available to gamers around the world.
Deep Silver releases a brand new trailer for the upcoming Homefront: The Revolution, which shows off some gameplay footage as well as offers a look at the main character.
In an homage to the beloved Timesplitters franchise, Homefront: The Revolution will let gamers play through the first two levels of Timesplitters 2 via an in-game arcade machine.
With beta tests becoming more and more popular with this generation of games, one writer examines how this can not only help a game in the long run, but could potentiall hurt it as well.
Deep Silver announces that an Xbox One exclusive beta for Homefront The Revolution will begin on February 11 in addition to a new four player co-op mode called Resistance.
Some of the games we were most looking forward to in 2015 never arrived, so it’s time to check in on the delays and decide if these highly-anticipated titles are still on the right track.
Deep Silver reveals a North American release date of May 17 for Homefront: The Revolution, alongside the news of an Xbox One-only closed beta in February.
During Microsoft’s Gamescom press conference, Deep Silver reveals a brand new trailer for Homefront: The Revolution showing off an occupied Philadelphia.
Players will have to wait until next year to get the follow up to 2011’s ‘Homefront,’ as publisher Deep Silver says it wants more time to polish the highly anticipated shooter.
Development on Crytek Studios’ ‘Homefront: The Revolution’ has been taken over by Deep Silver Dambuster Studios.
Crytek still faces crisis, as the director of â€˜Homefront: The Revolutionâ€™ reportedly resigns from the company. What does this mean for the title?
Further evidence of Crytekâ€™s financial woes: staff members at Crytek UK are allegedly refusing to work over late wage payments.
Mounting evidence backs up reports that Crytek Studios is in financial trouble, losing staff and cancelling projects.
‘Homefront: The Revolution’ promises an open-world experience focused on guerrilla warfare. Read on for gameplay details from the developer demo.