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GameSpot - Spotlight On: Red Faction: Guerrilla PC Impressions

GameSpot writes: "We recently took a quick look at the PC version of Red Faction: Guerrilla , a physics-heavy console action game. The PC version of the game has been in development for about a year at Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Reactor Zero and will arrive on the PC fully intact, with every last bit of content from the console version, including all the content from the first downloadable content installment, Demons of the Badlands. In fact, the PC version will also ship with two additional exclusive multiplayer maps, plus the six additional Wrecking Crew mode maps that were available with preorder for the console version, plus content from the second DLC update for consoles which hasn't yet been released, which includes six more Wrecking Crew maps and the Bagman and Team Bagman multiplayer modes. With all this extra content packed in, Volition intends for the PC version of the game to be the "definitive" version of RFG." (PC, Red Faction: Guerrilla)

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