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Homefront: The Revolution trailer asks what if Korea created evil Apple?

Homefront: The Revolution (opens in new tab) is set in a dystopian future United States of America, occupied by the Korean People's Army. But how did the nation fall, and how did Korea rise? Such are the history lessons given by a new trailer for the game:

So basically, if I'm understanding this right, the events of Homefront happen because North Korea started Apple instead of Steve Jobs, and then used iPod commercials to take over the world. Sounds legit. While that would certainly suck in the real world, in the video game world it means lots of shooty-shooty-bang-bang and cool traps to employ against the KPA. Lucky us!

Homefront: The Revolution will lock and load on May 16 in North America, and May 20 in Europe.

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