Play writes: "Within a console generation, gaming generally gets better in tiny incremental steps; killing an undead menace in a zombie game today is just a bit cooler than it was a year ago because technology continues to discover small new ways to make flesh-hungry shufflers collapse into bloody heaps. Similarly, explosions will no doubt look slightly better in the upcoming Modern Warfare 2 than they did in the last Call of Duty entry. We expect this from our games. What we don't expect, and rarely get, are huge leaps in technology that send our jaws racing to the floor. For me, Red Faction: Guerrilla delivers exactly this with its destructible environments-excuse me while I collect my jaw."