"never wound up finishing" it.
It's "split 50/50 on this stuff" in America. THQ's Homefront is "a human story" and not "an American story." It will "expand beyond" US soil.
"There have been games, and we won't mention them today, that were really irresponsible - glorifying parts of, let's say, 'contractors' in the military to a place that I thought was kind of inappropriate," Bilson said in an interview.
"When I worked at my former company, I had to go to the UK in the middle of the Iraq war and try to talk to them about a game that we never wound up finishing - it was well built up - that was that stuff, right? Remember, even in America you're split 50/50 on this stuff."
"You go overseas, and if you're an unconscious American, you walk into a wall. Or you just don't sell," continued the THQ boss. "This is a human story. It's not an American story. And it absolutely will expand beyond the States in future."
EA's new Medal of Honor is a reboot for the franchise and is based in modern times, the Afghanistan warzone to be more precise. THQ's Homefront is based on a fictional world where North Korea has become a dominant power and invaded the US.