Mars is drowning in chaos. A separatist faction of Marauders—intent on wiping out the Martian colonists—has destroyed the terra-formers and sparked a decade-long war that has rendered the planet’s surface uninhabitable.Read full description
Mars is drowning in chaos. A separatist faction of Marauders—intent on wiping out the Martian colonists—has destroyed the terra-formers and sparked a decade-long war that has rendered the planet’s surface uninhabitable. Forced to rebuild their society underground, the colonists cling to whatever hope for survival they can find.
Deep inside the planet, an ancient alien stronghold is uncovered… and Armageddon is unleashed. A vicious alien race—locked away for millennia—will stop at nothing to cleanse the planet of life. As demolition expert Darius Mason, the grandson of Alec Mason who defeated the Earth Defense Force years ago, the Red Faction looks to you as leader, defender, and salvation. Harness the destructive powers of the Nano-Forge to transform the world into your weapon and bring it crashing down upon your enemies. The fate of Mars lies with you.
Red Faction: Armageddon expands on the critically acclaimed science-fiction franchise, building on the events of Red Faction: Guerrilla as well as the upcoming Syfy channel live-action movie, Red Faction: Origins. Your journey will take you from the frozen poles to the molten core of Mars as you wage war against the Red Faction’s greatest enemy yet.
Darius Mason can only watch as the surface of his planet is destroyed with the terra-formers. Seeking solace underground, an even greater threat emerges against humanity.
Combat alien invaders with concussive blasts, core-shattering tremblers, and bone-crunching rhino charges.
Tear down separatist outposts, rip apart alien monoliths, and reconstruct colonist defenses with the most advanced real-time destruction engine to date.
Stomp through barricades with a six-legged mech and crunch enemies beneath your fusion-powered tank.
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Red Faction Armageddon is sequel to Red Faction Guerilla game. Once again you we have much stuff to destruct but it's no longer a sandbox game. You spend most of your time underground (on mars) and fight with your enemies. Is it good? To be honest, I would put it on same shelf as RF Guerilla - it's not the good old Red Faction we know, but it's not bad. Shooting is fun, and it's effective - graphics in RF Armageddon looks great! The more powerful weapon you will find yourself the more fun you will have killing enemies. While playing you can notice that this RF game is shorter than previous one. You can probably beat it without hurry in around 10 hours. Is it much? It's not bad I'd say. For this price it's rather good deal. If you enjoy FPS, but you aren't hardcore Red Faction fan, you will have fun. For me it was at most good ride.
Simple story. Controls are simple too. The mission is simple. But it's awesomely fun!! I started this game and I didn't play anything else until I finished it. As I said, it's not the story or anything deep (not that it has a bad story at all), it's the gameplay, it's very fun to play! Destroy everything, then restore it. Kill aliens, pilot robots, all full of action and futuristic weapons. There's a secret weapon that cracks me every time, but I won't tell you what that one is, you'll have to experience it yourself because if you like action third person shooter you HAVE to play this one!
This is a game where I have not payed any attention to the story, since I've basically played 2-3 hours alone, and then I started playing it co-op. This is a game(-series) which takes destructibility to the most extreme ever seen in videogames. Anything except the actual terrain is completely destructible which makes the co-op experience very fun since you can choose to help your friend or mess with them. This makes it hard (for me, atleast) to focus on the narrative which takes place, mostly, while you are able to control the character. So you will end up running around and investigate/destroy the environment instead of listening. But I thought the game was a fun experience overall, and can't really pinpoint any flaws in the game's design. And remember that this is not a review which accounts for the story, since I didn't pay any attention to it. That is why I can't give it a higher rating.
If you like DeadSpace kind of games, then you will like this one. Amazing graphics, you get to interact with almost everything, and by that I mean that you can destroy a lot of things. Its best than some other 3rd person shooters out there. You can have a nice time playing the Story. Mostly I would recommend this game to people that wants to crush some stuff, have some fun, shoot guns in a 3d perspective, and even over all that, people that likes the atmosphere that games can make, this one is a 10/10 in this last point. I use this game when i'm having bad days and I want to hammer some stuff. Hope this helps.
You play as Darius Mason. You screw up. You fight aliens. If you’re looking for deep character interaction, look somewhere else. This is all space military with big, burly guys (and overly sexualised girls) shouting and running and shooting and exploding. The only time the main character displays any kind of emotion is near the end of the story, but even that is underplayed because KILL ALL THE ALIENS! This game has one of the most impressive destructive engines that I’ve ever seen. Wow! If this is achievable with current gen, then I can’t wait for ‘next-gen’. Is there’s a wall between you and progress? Smash it down with your warhammer. You can’t stop progress, move on soldier! Is a cowardly enemy is hiding in a building? Get your plasma cannon and blow it up (and watch to fall to the ground in thousands of lovely pieces). The destruction engine is so well done. But wait, there’s more! You can rebuild the things you destroy as well, and blow it up again. It’s just so much fun. The gunplay is also very satisfying. There’s a good variety; you have the bog-standard guns for the people that get afraid when they don’t have an assault rifle or shotgun or something, but where it really shines is its take on some unique weapons. There’s the dual-wielded Banshee Pistols, the Plasma Beam (which melts enemies and the environment), the Warmaul (you whack people…in the face), the Plasma Cannon (shoots flaming balls of plasma), the Nano Rifle (the nanites eat whatever you shoot it at), the Rail Driver, the Singularity Cannon (it makes black holes) and finally, the Magnet Gun. There are also upgrades and you have four powers at your disposal; a “force push”, a shield barrier thing, a super-buff mode and a power that suspends all the enemies near you in the air for easy pickings. So cool that it gets its own paragraph, the Magnet Gun is the best thing about RF: Armageddon. It’s basically a mixture between the Portal and Gravity guns. The power of magnetism comes into full destructive fruition with this gun. 1. Shoot magnet 1 at the wall of a building. 2. Shoot magnet 2 onto an alien. 3. Watch them collide and splat thanks to the hilarious physics engine 4. Profit? The possibilities are endless. This is the gun that the game was made for. Without the fully destructible environments, it wouldn't work half as well as it does. Good job Volition. Why is there no FoV slider? If you get sick/nauseous easily when playing games with a low FoV, then you will not enjoy this from the start. Ah, but there is good news you see. Head on over to PCGamingWiki for a quick fix that makes everything better. The odd thing about this is that it’s an excellent PC port. There’s full DX11 options and all those other wonderful things that make the game look really pretty, so why couldn't you take 10 minutes to include a bloody FoV slider? If you can manually set it in the config file, it really wouldn't have been hard to make it an option in the settings menu. They definitely could've worked on making feel less like Red Gears of Faction War 25. Not overly generic, but it needed a little bit more “something”. The destructive engine and semi-unique guns are fun to play with, but towards the end I was just waiting for it to end. It was getting repetitive and there’s was a distinct lack of new guns and enemies towards the final boss fight. Also the plot is a little bit thin…and has a couple of holes. Overall though, it’s good action-y fun. It’s simple, but it’s good at what it does. There’s also a few co-op modes and some challengers, but I never played those. I recommend you pick this us if you’re into this genre. Chances are you already have it from one of the numerous bundles that it’s been a part of.
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