Read about Homefront: Revolution (to be released next year) here.
I didn’t think the first Homefront was that bad. OK, it wasn’t GTA V, but it could have been worse. The sequel will utilize the CryEngine, so I expect good things.
Not sure where to put this. BBC front page piece on elderly Korean prostitutes.
I still maintain that the game would’ve been much more realistic and enjoyable if it was the Somalian pirates invading and taking over America. At least they have the means to get here.
Not sure where to put this either.
You got armchair generals, now you got arm chair foot soldiers.
The premise behind Homefront’s ridiculous “slippery slope” background story reminds me of these cable TV commercials in the U.S. (which are meant to be unabashedly “slippery slope” ridiculous):
Both these stories are a bit tabloid and sensationalist in nature.
The more common result of Korea’s lack of elder welfare is the old man trying to peddle random knick-knacks in the subway and old ladies running street markets, not the halmoni prostitute.
heh. But I did suggest to him to try them out.
Hey he brought it up.
Perhaps they could be found working at a grocery store.
On the other hand maybe he should check this girl out.
She’s quite a bit of a attention grabber. Heh
Did you actually play the original game?
Yep. All four hours of it. But I used a friend’s copy.
It’s about the principles of things, after all.
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