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Homefront: The Revolution Gets Its First DLC, The Voice Of Freedom

Let’s face it, Homefront: The Revolution was not exactly a great game. Dull story, choppy gameplay and a whole world of bugs that rendered the game unplayable were just some of the things that botched our experience of the game (read the full review here, please). However, a performance patch was released earlier in September (took them only 3 months) which is said to take care of most of the major bugs. Additionally, the first singleplayer DLC is now live, hoping to make the rebellion against the North Koreans a bit more interesting. Titled The Voice of Freedom, the DLC lets you play as Benjamin Walker, the most wanted man in America and a hero to the Resistance, with your aim being infiltrating Philadelphia and kindle a revolution that frees America from the KPA in a wave of bloody...

Unplayable at Best: Homefront – The Revolution Quick Review (PS4)

Stutters, FPS drops, downright hanging – these are some of the best words that describe Homefront – The Revolution. Not to mention that the story is a drag as well. Don’t get me wrong, it has a novel approach towards first person shooters, but it fails to deliver at every step of the way. Homefront is about defending post-invasion America occupied by North Korean forces. In an alternate timeline, North Korea is the world’s biggest superpower, providing the US with all sorts of technological innovations. However, these come with a back door and one fine day, North Korea decides to shut all of it down, rendering the US defenseless. Cut to present day, where you play as Ethan Brady, a member of a resistance group rebelling against the KPA forces in the city of Philadel...

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