Continuing the Duck series on highly improbable dystopian scenarios, here is an advertisement for the not yet released video game, “Homefront.”  The story is set in 2027 when a united Korea under the rule of North Korea’s Kim Jong Un invades a severely weakened United States.

Cold War buffs will note that the video game’s narrative is from the writer of the awful 1984 film, “Red Dawn.”  Personally, I would have preferred a scenario in line with the eighties board game, “Fortress America,” but that is probably too sophisticated for a first-person shooter style game.

Along with the writer of Red Dawn, the game makers apparently also hired CIA consultants to make a “convincing” fictional plot line.  You just gotta love the use of a sound byte from Hillary Clinton in the back story promo video…