Not really an A class shooter. The game is stuttering on my Radeon RX460 graphics, far more so than the recent Battlefield games even though Battlefield 4 and 1 look far better than Homefront. The last game looks outdated but stutters like it's a game that pushes a lot of eye-candy while it doesn't. The good thing about it though, is the guns really do feel like 'packing a punch' as the English saying goes. They feel heavy, hit hard, gunshots make impressive booming sounds. Not very realistic (most unrealistic is how easy it is to pick of enemies in the distance very precisely with short bursts from a machine gun), but fun.
The story is quit short, with not very much development in it. The background of the story is a world in which North Korea conquered the United States in 2010, along with conquering lots of other lands. Not very believable, North Korea being quit small compared to the US even though North Korea has a disproportionally large military force. But it makes for a satisfyingly grim atmosphere. And the characters in the story, though one-dimensional, differ enough from each other as to not make them interchangeable.
Most of all I played it for a quick short and simple shooterfest and in that aspect, it delivered. I'd give the game a 7 minus on a score of 1-10.
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