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Eurogamer: Red Faction: Demons of Badlands Preview

Open-world games typically needn't expand physically to accommodate downloadable content, but with an air of cynicism still lingering over the very concept of premium add-ons, it's a nice thing to see all the same. Fallout 3, for example, has alternated between changes within the Capital Wasteland and sections that take away from it - and, in the upcoming Mothership Zeta, out of its orbit completely. Red Faction: Guerrilla's Demons of the Badlands DLC sticks to the surface of Mars, but despite the vast playgrounds of Dust, the Badlands and beyond, happily transports you to a new area - and a different period in the planet's history. (PC, PS3, Red Faction: Guerrilla, Xbox 360)

MysticStrummer  +   2401d ago
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I was hoping for more content for 9.99 but I'm sure I'll get this anyway.

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