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Submitted by Guildenstern 1637d ago | opinion piece

Epic Sandboxes and their assorted spades – Red Faction: Guerrilla

I have to say I was a bit surprised back in 2008 when the Red Faction name first started cropping up again; the franchise had more or less faded into obscurity after the early days of the PS2, along with the as of yet unfulfilled promises of fully destructible environments offered by its “Geo-Mod” technology. I was even more surprised when I finally got my hands on Guerrilla and discovered it was one of the most exhilarating sandbox games I’d ever played. (PC, PS3, Red Faction: Guerrilla, Xbox 360)

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