Summary: This game came bundled free with one of those Humble Bundle packs, so I guess I didn't have very high expectations, but I definitely think this was a fun and engaging game to play and would not have regretted buying this game standalone. The magnet gun was hilarious, and the dialogue and pacing was great (more than a couple of laugh out loud back and forth moments between a frustrated Darius (the main character) and his version of a Siri / Cortana).
Summary: This game is a complete blast and is totally worth getting. There are many unique weapons in this game like a magnet gun where you shoot it on an alien, then shoot an alien on the other side on watch the polarity smash them together. It has the usual machine guns, rocket launchers and plasma guns too. The graphics are really very nice and smooth and should be able to be played on most mid-level pcs with no problems.
Summary: This game rocks...simply said. After the first game in the series the RF games kinda went down hill a little each time. Guerrilla should have been an awesome game but you can only destroy so many buildings before it gets old. This game has a full story campaign behind it which leads you through different areas of Mars. the characters are memorable and fun from start to finish. In fact...and I wont spoil it for you..
Summary: I will be the first to admit I miss the free-world approach of the first one. By the same token it took me forever and a day to get around to actually finishing the first one. The straight foward story of this one is definately well set up. The voice acting is great, the terrain is annoying sometimes, but that's only to expected with the awesome new element of gameplay the nano-forge has introduced. Multiplayer just isn't there I'm afraid.