Homefront from THQ is a bit controversial to say the least, it's about what could happen in the future when 'Unified' Korean forces invade the US.
The objective is quite simple, fight the invaders and send them back home (dead or otherwise). As with most FPS's these days, there is single and multiplayer modes to choose from.
Graphically, Homefront is pretty impressive, nice animation along with pretty detailed character and enemy models. Sonically, there's a nice musical score along with realistic sound effects.
Gameplay-wise, the game is easy to get into with intuitive controls and with a fair number of missions to get through in single campaign as well as online mode, the game will keep you going for some time to come.
Overall: Homefront is a decent enough game with solid structured missions and such. Despite becoming a little repetitive, it's better than your average FPS.
+ Nice animation and decently detailed character models
+ Good musical score along with realistic sound effects
+ Easy to get into
+ Intuitive controls
+ Includes online play with different modes to choose from
- Can get repetitive