Thought this could be interesting. I'll start: Homefront In a market full of generic, over-priced, tedious manshoots, I thought Homefront was a pretty intelligent yet overlooked release. Set in the near future, it tries to be a showcase yet a satire of war - it was violent, it was shocking, yet it was emotional and quite powerful in its messages, and it tried to also show that the soldiers of the opposing forces are arguably just as hard-hit. In a way, it's like the video game equivalent of Saving Private Ryan. It just didn't have success, partially due to an overly short single player (4hrs, roughly!), a multiplayer mode that died quickly and - well, THQ behind it.