Resolution Magazine looks back at Red Faction, and wonders whether inferior games can sometimes provide the most lasting memories.
From the article: "Out of all the games to have an effect on me, I never for a second imagined it would be Red Faction, an aged and largely disappointing first-person shooter built on the foundations of half-finished ideas and incomplete technology. And yet, here we are, nearly eight years later, that moment fresh as ever in my mind. There's a lot to be said for emotional charge in videogames, but here it seems wrong, unnatural, unintended. What's behind it?"