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Recently we were invited out to play roughly an hour of Dambuster Studios' Homefront: The Revolution where we quickly learnt that this isn't the 'sequel' you might think it is, and that it has less in common with other military shooters in the current landscape, and more with a handful of highly-regarded classics.

Here's a snippet from our preview:
You could be forgiven for giving Homefront: The Revolution a wide berth. The first game wasn’t much to write home about, and in an age where the Call of Duties and Battlefields of the world are losing their lustre, it makes sense. But what if I told you The Revolution had less in common with the two aforementioned shooters, and more in line with Half-Life 2, Metro (series) and Crysis?

I would hope you at least prick your ears up.
Click here for our full Homefront: The Revolution hands-on preview.

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