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"This has gone beyond childish fantasy and into truly disturbing territory."

Not to be confused with the upcoming Jason Statham movie of the same name (thank God), but sure to be just as plausible, Homefront is a game of no small controversy, having painted North Korea up as a world-conquering foe of the United States and its allies in the laughably fictional near-future.  The utter lunacy of its premise aside, how good is Homefront's gameplay?  Mr. Black dives in for a Thanksgiving Let's Play, and damn if we don't have a lot to be thankful for.  Like other games' having writers that aren't paranoid schizophrenics?

Special thanks to a certain United States Marine, if it weren't for whom this game would never have come across our radar.  Stay safe out there.  

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  Consoles: (PC), Xbox 360, PS3

  Developer: Kaos Studios

  Publisher: THQ

  Release Date (U.S.): Mar 15, 2011

  Release Date (U.K.): Mar 18, 2011

  Release Date (JP): April 14, 2011

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Let’s Play: Homefront Ch. 1