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Homefront: The Revolution review

Homefront: The Revolution review

It's always gunny in Philadelphia.

Revolutions are precarious things. They're frequently characterised by an intoxicating underdog narrative; one which charts the glorious rise of the oppressed masses to topple their cruel overseers. By the same token, however, that surge of momentum can be a very dangerous thing - one that causes people to lose track of their moral compass. Many terrible things have been done in the name of revolution, something that Homefront: The Revolution proves all too well - whether by design or otherwise.

Homefront: The Revolution

Publisher: Deep Silver

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