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Red Faction Guerrilla - PlayStation 3 Standard Edition

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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  • Join the Red Faction rebellion led by Alex Mason as the citizens of Mars seek to overthrow the oppressive regime of Earth Defense Force (EDF).
  • Carve your path through an ever-changing Martian landscape as you improvise your combat tactics, mixing gameplay styles, vehicles, weapons and explosives.
  • Develop a miner's aptitude for destruction, as you use ambushes, chain reaction explosions and a dynamic physics-based system to modify the game environment to your advantage.
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
  • ASIN: B0014UGK8G
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 1.5 x 17 cm ; 113 g
  • Release Date: June 9 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,815 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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Enjoy an epic Mars-based Sci-fi setting packed with weapons, vehicles and fully destructible open-world environments to explore.

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Red Faction Guerrilla is a game that was on my radar even before I purchased a Playstation 3. An open-world game that concentrates on complete destruction is just as fun as it sounds.
The combat and building destruction is very satisfying. The sledge-hammer combat is the most satisfying of it's kind.
The physics of the way the buildings can be destroyed is nothing short of amazing.

There are a few negatives that keep the game from being great though. The story is as bare-bones as you can get in a current generation A+ title and the handling of the vehicles can be touchy. The graphic are nice but the ugly wasteland that is the surface of Mars be rough on the eyes after a while.
On the other hand, some may like the minimal story because you always have a steady flow of action with few interuptions.

The pacing of the missions and the optional side quests are another strength of RFG. You never feel like you are grinding to do things, unless you are going for 100% completion of course.

The online for me was extremely fun. The game was fun enough for me that I was willing to grind through the online trophies towards a coveted platinum trophy, and still want to play some more.

I usually sell my games once I'm done with them but this is one of my few 'keepers'.
I would highly recommend RFG to anyone who likes action, open-world, or something different (destruction!) in their games. - 5/5
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Years ago, the Red Faction freed mars from the Tyranny of mega company Ultor. The Earth Defense Force was brought in to keep the peace. Now the EDF is the oppressor and the Red Faction must rise to free Mars once more. Although it carries forward the Red Faction brand and some of the plot points, there are many attributes of Guerrilla that has been changed when compared to it's ancestors.

The story missions for RF:G are linear. You can navigate a map to get to each mission by walking, driving, and eventually with a little bit of jet-packing. As you complete the story missions you'll liberate areas, thereby unlocking a new region. In each new region there is at least one safe-house. Safe-houses serve as jump points so you can quickly move from one area to another. It's at safe-houses where you can also purchase upgrades, reload your weapons (if you can't find a weapon cache out on the field), and there will also be a vehicle handy for you (if you don't want to hi-jack someone).

In between story missions there are a large number of side-missions you can take part in, as well as the occasional spontaneous mission you'll get a notification of over the radio. In fact there's so many side missions available that despite there being a large variety of missions types, some of them manage to still get repetitive.

Mission types include:
- Vehicle Transports: This is a race against the clock as you try and drive a variety of vehicles back to a safe house.
- Demolition training: Try and take down a building or structure in a set time under specific conditions with limited resources.
- Demolition: Destroy points of interest to the enemy, ranging from wind turbines, to bridges, to barracks.
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I wish amazon.com reviews were synced to the .ca website. If they were, then I wouldn't be the first person to be reviewing this game, and trust me, this game deserves better than not having any reviews. I'll admit that I never played the first 2 games, and I was worried that I wouldn't understand the story. Luckily for me this game doesn't have much of a story. That may sound like a bad thing, but this game doesn't need one.

Most games rely heavily on story, the game play can be seriously lacking but it is saved by a good story. This game doesn't need a good story to save it, it can do it on it's own.

You can destroy absolutely everything in the game, except for the ground. You see a huge tower, but you're out of bombs, what do you do? Well you just take your trust sledgehammer and smash it piece by piece until the whole thing falls over. Sound good so far? Did I mention that this is a free roam game that takes place on Mars, and that the map is huge?

The only negative that I can really think of is that sometimes the rubble from a building you destroyed disappears, but that is so minor that it is hardly worth mentioning. My only question for you is, why are you reading this and not playing this game?
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