Red Faction: Guerrilla


I’ve played two minutes of Red Faction: Guerrilla and I think I’m in love. Ever since playing UFO: Enemy Unknown I’ve longed for a physics-based fully destructible world to smash up. Buildings in UFO could be destroyed but parts of the building would be left hanging unsupported in mid-air. It tended to break the immersion.

But not this game. My first action in game was to walk up to a concrete wall and smash a hole in it with my hammer. Sweet, I think as the wall leans and falls on top of me, pinning me to the ground. This is going to be excellent.


5 Responses to “Red Faction: Guerrilla”

  1. Jackson Kearney

    Stop it. You will make me want to buy it.

  2. I drove a truck through a building today, which collapsed and crushed the bad guys inside.

  3. You’re not listening to him, are you?

  4. Jackson Kearney

    I’m not listening. I have an Overlord 2 demo to keep me occupied.

  5. Today I had to steal a mech from a warehouse, so I drove off a cliff, crashed through the roof of the warehouse, got out of my burning car and into the mech, smashed a hole in the wall with the mech and escaped, just as my car blew up and destroyed the warehouse.