How would you respond if you found yourself living in a conquered nation? Crytek Nottingham asks that very question in Homefront: The Revolution, putting players into the boots of Philadelphia resident Ethan Brady as he brings the fight to North Korean occupiers. America is the land of the free no more, but Ethan and his fellow resisters intend to prove that it is still very much the home of the brave.We’ve been here before. Kaos Studios made similar promises for 2011’s original Homefront, but the earlier game’s rough design failed to deliver. The Crytek studio’s second attempt — which bears nothing more than a narrative link to its predecessor — carries more of the newer studio’s DNA, with an open world presentation and an intended freeform approach to play designed to give players the sense that they’re active participants in a revolution.It’s early days yet for this 2015 release, but a lot of the core ideas seem to be reaching for the right buttons. Here’s what we know so far.Story/ConceptFight the system. The original Homefront introduced a world in which aggressive North Korean forces invaded and successfully defeated the United States, overwhelming the larger population’s resistance with superior technology. The story opens four years… Read full this story
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