Homefront: The Revolution Against Our North Korean Masters

North Koreans barely have anything to eat, and yet they will invade the United States of America around the year 2029.  Nonetheless, in 2029, North Koreans will dictate how American slaves should behave, and this would all be playing out in Homefront:  The Revolution video game.  This game will come out in May 17th of 2016, and thanks God this is not 2029.  The game will be available for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.  Check out the trailer for the game right after the break.  Enjoy!

Slavery (Poem by Vinh Nguyen)

Slavery, comes and goes,
common sense or no,
slavery comes and goes.

When slavery was around,
suffering was guaranteed,
a relief as it went away.

Thus men declared we’re freed,
from a slavery of men,
celebrating a newfound freedom.

No longer in chains,
yet men somehow felt being bound,
by invisible chains of everyday.

Men are freed,
yet men are not freed,
from invisible forms of slavery.

If not financially chained to serve,
it must be old age which whips weeped men,
into slavery men shall forever be bounded.

Can men ever be freed?
Arrogantly, men declared freedom,
without seeing the invisible chains.

From birth men were being chained,
to serve the invisible masters,
and men shall serve till death comes.

How ironic it is,
as men try to stay free,
but men are free only in death.

How ironic it is,
as men declare freedom,
men serve masters till death comes.

Assassin’s Creed Liberation Gameplay Episode 01 (4K Resolution)

With the last Assassin’s Creed Black Flag title I played, I sort of having high expectation of whatever title that would come next for the Assassin’s Creed series.  I can’t believe how fast Ubisoft is releasing the next title for Assassin’s Creed already.  Although it’s not a major title within a series, Liberation is still another big release as it’s not just a downloadable content release for the previous title.  Nonetheless, I do see a continuation of a theme here in regarding to how Liberation is now delving into slavery… Black Flag too was sprinkled with slavery side theme.  I hope Liberation will only increase my love and expectation for Assassin’s Creed series.  Meanwhile, I do hope Ubisoft is working on a more exotic title for Assassin’s Creed next.  I think without a major change of a direction for the series, imagination can become rather dull.  I think they need to do an eastern flavor major theme for the next Assassin’s Creed title.  Without further ado, check out the first episode of my gameplay for Assassin’s Creed Liberation right after the break.  (Wait till YouTube finished the video encoding, you would be able to watch in 4K resolution.  To clarify, I played this game in 1080p, but I encoded the recorded gameplay footages in 4K resolution so people who got 4K display/screen could also watch my gameplay footages in 4K glory.  It’s a gimmick I know, but it works better than having to play 1080p encoded video on 4K display/screen, right?)

Slavery: The Game Trailer — A Hoax or A Probe of Taste?

According to MSNBC, ‘Slavery: The Game’ might be a hoax.  A trailer which is available on YouTube promotes the game that promotes gamers to buy slaves and become the best and the wealthiest slave owners of the 17th century in Europe.  Anyhow, check out the YouTube’s controversial game trailer right after the break.

MSNBC thinks this is a hoax, because nobody knows the real creator of this trailer.  No big game franchise has yet claimed that the controversial game trailer is belonging to their company.  It’s obvious to see why nobody wants to even think about making such a game let alone having a title as ‘Slavery: The Game’ unless there is a game company that needs attention so bad that a little negative controversial will do them some good in the negative way, I guess.

Perhaps, there is a game company that wants to release this controversial game trailer to probe potential audiences?  Well, it’s a theory of mine which has no concrete evidence whatsoever.  It’s an interesting thought though, I think.  Anyhow, if this trailer isn’t a hoax as MSNBC has suggested, then ‘Slavery: The Game’ is coming to Xbox 360 and PS3.

Source:  http://ingame.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/09/06/7631331-slavery-the-game-probably-isnt-real-is-really-offensive-anyway