10 Great Video Game Sequels That Still Killed Their Franchises

    9Homefront: The Revolution

    Although it got off to a shaky start, Homefront: The Revolution was a surprisingly good sequel to a mediocre original game.

    Dropping the linear, Call of Duty inspired focus of the first title and instead throwing players into an open world dystopia, the sequel, uh, revolutionised the series by changing its core approach to gameplay entirely.

    Despite being a great game however, the release of The Revolution was overshadowed by its performance issues and hilarious bugs.

    Becoming known as a broken mess at launch thanks to a troubled development and botched release, the sequel was quickly written off by fans as another underwhelming addition to the Homefront canon, denying the chance it deserved.

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