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- Enjoy an epic Mars-based Sci-fi setting packed with weapons, vehicles and fully destructible open-world environments to explore.
- Join the Red Faction rebellion led by Alex Mason as the citizens of Mars seek to overthrow the oppressive regime of Earth Defense Force (EDF).
- Carve your path through an ever-changing Martian landscape as you improvise your combat tactics, mixing gameplay styles, vehicles, weapons and explosives.
- Develop a miner's aptitude for destruction, as you use ambushes, chain reaction explosions and a dynamic physics-based system to modify the game environment to your advantage.
- Engage in multiple online multiplayer combat modes supporting 2-16 players where there is no place to hide an your guerrilla warfare skills are the key to victory.
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In short I agree with the other positive reviewers so far. I do not usually like open world games. I thought Grand Theft Auto IV was ok, but this seems superior. The mission types are more varied (to me), the weapons are more interesting (the sledgehammer alone is great!) and the ability to interact and demolish buildings is much more "real." Also the mech vehicles are well done.
The physics engine for the building is simply amazing. It makes games that do not have their buildings take damage now seem "off."
I like that the multiplayer has the standard fare, but also some newer approaches involving destroying or defending buildings. This certainly should help people get longer value.
I have not played the previous Red Faction titles so cannot compare. I will say the story is not amazing, but it is good enough. You can read other reviews about the story. And if I had to choose between gameplay and story, I would choose gameplay.
Cons: As mentioned, sometimes missions can be a bit repetitive. Also, sometimes there are way too many enemies that spawn. But you can still come out victorious.
Your missions are the basic story driven resistance on the run until you become the revolutionary juggernaut. Weapons are the basic plethora, either plundered from enemy dead or cobbled together from scrap materials, which are your basic monetary funding. The story however really, truly, desperately needed a runup, as you arrive on mars, brother dead, you, resistance, join, lead demolition missions. That story is rammed into your gullet in about as much time as it took me to write that sentence. At least doom had you on a boring seeming hunt for a lost technician before dropping you in the soup.
Prepare to destroy anything and everything in sight. Entertaining propaganda and spin stories from the controlling forces are hilarious, and background chatter takes a while to become repetitive, giving it a good feel of gritty, downtrodden rebels. Despite being instantly promoted to point man, you are treated with some disdain and contempt, and are sent off with sanctions to not screw up by just about everyone. Sabotage and insurrection actions actually make sense, and rather than send you against strongholds first, you can cut power, destroy fuel reserves and checkpoints, and generally cause mass chaos rather than charge headlong into heavily guarded meat grinders.Read more ›
A brief review of the game shows that it comes to terms with what gamers want now-a-days; destruction. Whats more fun that making your own door into a building? Tearing the building down afterwards, of course!
The game is set on Mars, thankfully. Volition has returned to its roots with this one, even including a glimpse of the Ultor mines. You get to return to Capek's lair and retrive something called a Nano Forge. For those who have played the first one may notice something, and I am sure they agree with me on this; The best part of Red Faction Guerilla, is that they incorprated the same infrastructure as in the first Red Faction. Upon returning to Capek's lair, yuo begin to notice this, as it is set the same exact way the original was. In my opinion, that is amazing. You begin to pick out the similarities as you progress further into the game. You return to the badlands, and even travel through the canyons where you first run into the merc's.
The story is not so much cliche in the beginning, but it starts to get a little repetative after the first territoy. But hey, you get over that as soon as you start smashing buildings down.
All in all, thisis Volitions best game yet. The set forth their real potential and it shows. This game is sure to go down, in my book, as one of the best games for the XBox.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
back when it was a new game, and now play it occasionally if im up for blowing stuff up, I have to say..this game has a very unique weapon.. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Abe Freshley
I got it for a friend because I have it as well, and it's pretty fun. I like wrecking things with my hammer lmao.Published 9 months ago by Susanne Meade
First let me say that this game no way compares to Fallout or COD. However, for the price, it's not too bad. Read morePublished 9 months ago by jeff h
Much like its spiritual cousin, Just Cause, Red Faction Guerrilla offers a fun sandbox of creative destruction, albeit one free depth or honest variety. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jake K.
I know this game came out in 2009 and I have to grade it for the time. I got this game as a free down load as an XBOX Live Gold Member. Read morePublished 16 months ago by darkguardian2
D-MINUS, PLEASE DO NOT FALL FOR THE OVERWHELMING NUMBER OF FAKE REVIEWS. I SUGGEST RENTING OR PURCHASING A USED COPY TO AVOID THE HEADACHE AND FRUSTRATIONS OF THIS GAME.Published 17 months ago by nuan zheng
If this were an original Xbox game, it might seem decent by the standards of the day. On the Xbox 360 though, it's an embarrassing relic. Read morePublished 19 months ago by frustrated user