Conclusion: With new characters, stages, modes, and careful tweaking of the entire roster, Ultra Street Fighter IV is without a doubt, the definitive version of Street Fighter IV . It provides a plethora of new content and a staggering amount of detail, all for the modest price of $15.
Conclusion: Red Faction: Guerrilla is the complete package – bombastic action, oodles of variety, heavy firepower, destruction on an immense scale and an open sandbox world that places no restrictions on where you can go or how you approach your objectives.
Excerpt: Can a game really fail to be fun if it involves blowing buildings up? Well, of course not, but it’s even better when said buildings fall to bits in a convincing manner: crumbling and giving way in the very manner that they would be expected to upon being purposely demolished.
Excerpt: Check out the video review. In 2001, the original Red Faction introduced gamers to a futuristic version of life on Mars. Eight years have passed since then, and technology has improved dramatically.
Conclusion: Concept: Obtain liberation through destruction. The different means to which players can destroy objects is one of this console generation's most impressive shows
Graphics: Even if I was getting shot up, I had to stop in my tracks to admire a ?building ?
Conclusion: Without a doubt, Red Faction: Guerrilla is one of the best games that will hit this year. It's the complete package, and has enough calls back to the first game that it feels like a proper sequel, unlike the last game. Go buy it. Now.
Excerpt: The original Red Faction dropped back in 2001 on the PS2 and was one of the first top-quality titles for Sony's new console. Since then, we've seen more installments in the franchise but most will agree that the games have gone downhill, at least in some respects.
Excerpt: From first person shooter to third person shooter, Red Faction: Guerrilla transforms the series into an almost sandbox like experience in this open-world shooter. With strong links to the previous games, the game is set 50 years after the original Red Faction game.
Summary: Games Xtreme follows Alec Mason’s personal revenge mission and finds that Volition and THQ have managed to bring destruction to a whole new level. Take a look at our indepth review of Red Faction Guerrilla.