Excerpt: Red Faction Guerrilla is a testament to the pure joy of destruction. That's the point of the game. Sure, there's some sort of paper-thin plot involving your character joining an organization to eliminate an over-the-top evil group from Mars so the people can prosper in peace, but that's just to give...
Excerpt: Until about a week ago, I wandered through life confident that all limbs and extremities were firmly attached and unlikely to pop off without undue provocation. However, after ten minutes in the sweaty grasp of Soldier of Fortune: Payback, my certainty began to falter.
Excerpt: Many gamers didn't know what to think of the third Red Faction game before it was released, but a solid demo and plenty of promise with the game's geometry-destruction technology kept it on plenty of people's radars.
Conclusion: Red Faction: Guerrilla has shown to be one of the most surprising hits of 2009 and is definitely a game everyone should experience. As a playground experience just like Saints Row the gameplay, though not without caveats, is still unique enough to warrant some good old fashioned stress relieving.
Excerpt: While it might be a stretch to say that Red Faction has transitioned from revolting to revolutionary, this third installment in Volition's destructible saga is immeasurably, fundamentally improved from the ground up.
Excerpt: Action game fans are getting a triple dose of open-world excitement this summer. There's inFamous on the PS3, Prototype from Activision coming later this summer, and this week THQ's Red Faction: Guerrilla is in stores.