History NightmareFuel / Homefront

23rd Oct '17 1:38:42 PM tsstevens
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** That ''callousness'' part? The frightening thing about this is that it is realistic and accurate of the way North Korea and the [[BlatantLies great and powerful leader, immortal forever ruler of Koria]] Kim Jong Ill/Un force and brainwash their people into believing. It's fair to say that Homefront would be seen as positive propaganda and what North Korea would love to do, or at least be [[BeingTorturedMakesYouEvil taught]] to love to do, if given half a chance.
15th Mar '17 4:20:35 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* The aftermath of the [[spoiler: slaughter of the Rebel homebase. It's especially horrific because while Boone's body is held up as an example for the rebels, the base was explicitly shown to have a large number of children hiding there. Their bodies are shown in enough anounts to show they were massacred in addition to the rebels.]]

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* The aftermath of the [[spoiler: slaughter of the Rebel homebase. It's especially horrific because while Boone's body is held up as an example for the rebels, the base was explicitly shown to have a large number of children hiding there. Their bodies are shown in enough anounts amounts to show they were massacred in addition to the rebels.]]]]
* The Survivalists are no less wretched than the KPA, having degenerated into psychopathic, paranoid killers who no longer care if you are Korean or American, ''everybody'' to them is a legitimate target. Their camp has the bodies and dismembered remains of murdered KPA soldiers put on display upon stakes to scare off intruders as testament to their savagery.
14th Jun '16 11:32:57 PM WillieManga
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* Three words: White Phosphorous Misfire.

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* Three words: White Phosphorous Misfire. And if Spec Ops: The Line is anything to go by, you know how grave of a mistake it can be.
12th Jun '14 2:33:39 PM Tehrannotaur
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* The sequel ''Homefront: The Revolution'' shows that the GKR has managed to occupy Philadelphia and by extent most of the Eastern US, [[spoiler:meaning that the joint US-EU alliance against the GKR [[AllForNothing was all in vain]]]].
3rd Jun '14 3:06:42 PM Tehrannotaur
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* The sequel ''Homefront: The Revolution'' shows that the GKR has managed to occupy Philadelphia.

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* The sequel ''Homefront: The Revolution'' shows that the GKR has managed to occupy Philadelphia.
Philadelphia and by extent most of the Eastern US, [[spoiler:meaning that the joint US-EU alliance against the GKR [[AllForNothing was all in vain]]]].
2nd Jun '14 1:35:40 PM Tehrannotaur
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* The sequel ''Homefront: The Revolution'' shows that the GKR has managed to occupy Philadelphia.
16th Oct '13 10:00:27 PM Wooboo
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** The parents gunned down in front of their children is especially horrifying. A mother begs her child not to watch. The Koreans fire. The kid hesitates just long enough to make it clear that they are just processing what is happening before letting out a ''heartbreaking'' scream. The Korean soldiers then just walk away like nothing happened. More than anything else, it is the utter ''callousness' of the action that is the most horrifying part.

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** The parents gunned down in front of their children is especially horrifying. A mother begs her child not to watch. The Koreans fire. The kid hesitates just long enough to make it clear that they are just processing what is happening before letting out a ''heartbreaking'' scream. The Korean soldiers then just walk away like nothing happened. More than anything else, it is the utter ''callousness' ''callousness'' of the action that is the most horrifying part.
16th Oct '13 9:59:54 PM Wooboo
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** The parents gunned down in front of their children is especially horrifying. A mother begs her child not to watch. The Koreans fire. The kid hesitates just long enough to make it clear that they are just processing what is happening before letting out a ''heartbreaking'' scream. The Korean soldiers then just walk away like nothing happened. More than anything else, it is the utter ''callousness' of the action that is the most horrifying part.
25th Feb '13 9:24:41 PM Lightning4119
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** [[spoiler: It seems even worse for Hopper. He was manning the mortar, and at that moment he doesn't know whether or not anyone is left alive in there. Hearing him plead over the radio for someone, anyone, to answer him is unsettling.]]
27th Dec '12 8:25:24 PM cjkmi
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It's a game about war, so there's bound to be some sort of nightmare fuel involved. {{Homefront}} takes it SerialEscalation.

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It's a game about war, so there's bound to be some sort of nightmare fuel involved. {{Homefront}} takes it SerialEscalation.
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