OXCGN’s Red Faction: Armageddon Review: Bringing Down The House


"Games where you can demolish buildings and foes alike in fiery displays of power and destruction are games that I always have and will more than likely continue to enjoy.

"That is precisely why when gifted with the review of Red Faction: Armageddon, I was thrilled and decidedly ecstatic about the concept of blowing up buildings, terrain and enemies all at the same time.

"Is it a worthy successor to Guerrilla, or the same game with a new coat of paint?"

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XboxOZ3602459d ago

I think it's something you have to love, as it does seem a tad predicable and somewhat 'samey' in parts.

Proeliator2459d ago

Interesting game. You have to give the devs credit for successfully transitioning from open world to somewhat linear.

XboxOZ3602458d ago

it doesn't seem to be selling as well as they expected, which is probably also why THQ have shed team members from the development team.

Shame really.

But then again, gamers these days are a very fickled bunch, and turn on a whim if they feel OTHERS aren't buying or playing a game. Seems many have no self-experimentation abilities, and rely on the words of others to make choices, silly really. As that's no way to live a life.

You need to 'experience' things in order to make a valid opinion, not base it one someone elses.