The Homefront review scores are coming in thick and fast - with another one hitting stores in the latest Xbox World 360.
XBW has awarded the FPS an 82% review score, describing it as "a kind of plucky underdog which is likely to surprise most people with its ideas".
However, XBW qualifies this statement by saying "Whether it's worth adding to your FPS library, depends largely on your own multiplayer desires".
It reports: "Homefront isn't like most other shooters...you're never an action hero and the game never pretends otherwise. This isn't Call of Duty and it's much the better for it."
The review describes Homefront's campaign as "a more cohesive story than we're used to", one that feels less like "disparate bunches of random levels cobbled together" and more of a "continuous A-to-B-to-C thread".
XBW's major criticism is the brevity of Homefront's single-player mode, which it says "is great... but tiny... sub-five hours tiny".
Multiplayer gets a big thumbs up from the mag, which praises Kaos for using "fresh ideas stretched over a familiar template" to give Homefront "a multiplayer well worth sticking with".
Check out our Homefront review round-up to see what the overall response to Homefront has been.
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