張貼於：02 月 20 日
This isn't Advanced Warfare (Well...it's set in 2027)
This isn't Modern Warfare (Ok, it kind of is) This is Guerilla Warfare.
Homefront tells a story that not many other FPS games have told. Many games like to show
the U.S. as "the undefeatable force" and the "people who always save the day in the end".
In this game, you get to experience the opposite. What would happen if North Korea were to
occupy America? Answer: It's not pretty.
North Korea has occupied America. You play as Robert Jabcobs, a pilot in the army. You are
part of the Resistance, a small army trying to fight against the KPA (Korean People's Army).
Along your journey, you will see the horrors of this alternate future and experience a
different gameplay style of a shooter game. The story to me is good, nothing amazing, but
simply good. The characters are memorable and have their distinct personalities.
Guerilla warfare is something that this game introduces. Usually when you play titles like
Call of Duty and Battlefield (lets just use those titles as an example), these games usually
want you to be an explosive and ammo grinding hero. This is somewhat the opposite in Homefront. Throughout the game, you will be performing hit-and-run raids and surprise attacks. Also, for each gun you pick up, you might only find one magazine and the maximum ammo you can carry for most weapons will be lower than 100. Instead of spraying like John Rambo, you gotta aim carefully like a skilled Marksman. The campaign is about 5-6 hours long for me on Xbox 360.
I haven't spent much time playing multiplayer, but there is still a small and dedicated
community playing. Multiplayer has the typical customization that most modern FPS multiplayer games have. The multiplayer feels like a hybrid of Battlefield and Call of Duty if you ask me. However, with that being said, I wouldn't recommend buying Homefront for the multiplayer since the player count is less than 200, but if you really want to play Homefront for the multiplayer then by all means go ahead.
My Own Opinion
I'm one of those people who have been interested in Homefront ever since it came out in 2011.
The story is one that I still find amusing and I spent time playing it on Xbox 360 (when
it still worked).
Should you buy it?
I would say wait for a sale, then pick it up. It's not the best game in the world, but it has
something different to offer.