Kaos Studio's Homefront landed on shelves (and Steam) nationwide yesterday for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, representing THQ's bid to win a piece of the first person shooter scene currently dominated by Call of Duty and Battlefield. Well accustomed to the world of multiplayer first person shooters, AusGamers reviewer Nachos has been putting this one through its paces and unfortunately things don't look so good.
It's disappointing news given that the various preview sessions we've been privy too showed tremendous potential and we genuinely wanted to see a new worthy contender give the genre stalwarts a good kick in the pants, but it looks as though for all that Homefront manages to do well, it falls short on too much else.
Read AusGamers very in-depth review
for the complete low-down from the perspective of a seasoned PC gamer.