When it comes to THQ, there's a few crown jewels in their crown of franchises, but few have delivered the destructive goods for over a decade. Red Faction is that franchise. After a fun but flawed excursion into open world Mars in Guerilla, Red Faction is returning to its more linear roots with its sequel, Armageddon. Read More.
One of the more pleasant surprises of this generation was Red Faction Guerilla, an open world shooter set on Mars that allowed to to destroy nearly any building with a variety of interesting tools. Competing with your friends to see who could cause the most destruction was easily one of the best enjoyable parts of the game. Read More.
There are few games that excite the raw destroyer deep within us as the Red Faction games. In these titles it's not just shooting a soldier or blowing up a tank. It's about seeing how you can destroy everything, from enemy troops to vehicles and scenery, in as devastating a manner as possible. Read More.
Anyone who played Red Faction Guerilla and got into it has likely been following every single drop of information released about Armageddon so far. This year at E3 we learned a little more about the title but it wasn't much that hadn't already been announced in press releases. Read More.