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Three disappointing games of 2016 with or without Linux support

disappointing games of 2016 with or without linux steamos support

So there are plenty of games that came out this year with Superposition Benchmark on the horizon. Some left us feeling deflated. While others are #oversold, their #delivery fell flat or some combination of the two. Whether there is Linux support, here are the disappointing games of 2016.

While we like to focus on the positive, it’s good to step back and take a look at where games fell short. Hence trying to resist the lure of pre-orders and the excitement of a brand coming release.

Homefront: The Revolution Story Trailer for next weeks official release

Homefront: The Revolution #launches next week on Windows PC. With #Linux to follow after, of course.

The publishers for this #sequel Deep Silver and developer Dambuster Studios just released a story trailer to for some official hype before launch.

Homefront: The Revolution takes place after the events of the original Homefront. The year is now 2029 and North Korea has completely taken over the United States. Players join the Philadelphia Resistance to spark chaos and change to ignite a violent revolution.

The game looks great, though Homefront as a brand had to escrape from the failure of the original. Critically slammed after the title launched back in 2011.

Homefront: The Revolution comes to us now after being passed through a lot of hands. THQ was developing the sequel, but were forced to stop as the publisher and game developer filed for bankruptcy and close. Crytek then bought the rights to make and publish the game, with help from Deep Silver. Then in 2014, Crytek hit financial issues and handed over development and publishing to Dambuster and Deep Silver.

The game will release for Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 17, 2016. We’ll have to wait for the Linux release, as this will mark the first AAA game running on CryEngine.


New Homefront: The Revolution trailer shows an impressive this first-person shooter

homefront the revolution railer shows an impressive this first-person shooter

Homefront: The Revolution will be #released on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4, come May 20th, with Linux and Mac to come later. And this #latesttrailer to shows why this will be worth keeping an eye on.

After mixed reviews from the first Homefront game, developer #Dambuster Studios and publisher Deep Silver have restarted the franchise for the newer generation machines. Keeping to the original premise as “America Has Fallen” short.

The General Korean Republic has invaded the US after taking down the country’s military defence system after executing control over the technology. This time, players fight as part of the revolution looking to take back their United States.

Homefront: The Revolution is set to be a unique first-person shooter, set in an open world, including side missions to complete alongside regular campaign missions. And this will be the first game developed by a combination of Crytek and Free Radical Design staff.

Free Radical Design previously developed the TimeSplitters series of games and also worked on the two Crysis sequels as Crytek UK.


Homefront: The Revolution will include a playable TimeSplitters 2 within the game

Homefront: The Revolution will give players a chance to #play the first two levels of TimeSplitters 2 through #arcade cabinets in the #game. Mini-games hidden within the main game, nice.
Homefront: The Revolution is being developed by Dambuster Studios, formally Free Radical Designs who are the creators of TimeSplitters 2.

The studio has also released a trailer for Homefront: The Revolutionbelow:

Homefront: The Revolution will release on Linux, Mac, Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 17th in North America and on May 20th in Europe.


Homefront: The Revolution trailer released ‘Guerrilla Warfare 101’

A new trailer has been #released for Homefront: The Revolution that displays the titles’s modular #weaponmechanic. Because the KPA weapons are inaccessible to resistance fighters, customizing weapons quickly takes precedence.

Obviously Dambuster Studios wants to put players in the #guerrilla mindset, with a focus on planning, misdirection, and dirtbike escape plans. With all of weapon mods and gadgets, seeing this is still a shooter, here’s a look at how players can change the function of their weapons, not to mention the usual scope enchantments.

Pay attention Homefront: The Revolution‘s various throwables, ranging from molotov cocktails to explosive RC cars.

Homefront: The Revolution is available for pre-order now on Steam. Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios are planning the release for May 17th on Linux, Mac, Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


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