Hellfront: Honeymoon is a good game with a lot of content from a small indie team that has managed to give us dozens of stages for single-player and local co-op as well as several options for two to four players multiplayer versus deathmatch. The game has easy to understand gameplay mechanics and is a condensed take on both the twin-stick shooter genre and the RTS genre, giving us a game that is sure to please players of all skill levels. I got to play this one on my own as well as with my Godson, who also had a good time. He did mention that he felt that the difficulty ramped up considerably between the first and second world, but he said that he didn't think the higher difficulty was unfair – but that it did require skilled players.
Hellfront: Honeymoon is a simple real-time tactics experience. It doesn't try to evolve the mechanics of this beloved genre or provide much in the way of interesting visuals or unique elements. Hellfront: Honeymoon does what you would expect from a game within this genre, nothing more and nothing less.
There is a lot to play through here but there aren’t a lot of options in terms of playstyle. Having more than one weapon to use would’ve been nice and having the option to play with friends online would help this be a more accessible party game.