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Red Faction Reviews
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|CountingDown.com Gaming||A||May 29 '01|
|Game Power Australia||3/4||Jun 14 '01|
|Game Revolution||B||Jun 09 '01|
|gameON||82%||Aug 10 '01|
|GameSpot||8.8/10||May 22 '01|
|Gaming-Age||B||Jun 06 '01|
|Happy Puppy||9.5/10||Jun 01 '01|
|Hotgames||4.5/10||Jun 06 '01|
|IGN PS2||9.1/10||May 25 '01|
|PSX Extreme||9/10||Jun 05 '01|
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Red Faction Previews
|website||publish date||article rating|
|Game Informer||May 31 '00|
|Games Radar UK||Feb 15 '01|
|Gamesmania||Apr 19 '01|
|GameSpot||Aug 17 '00|
|GameSpot||Apr 16 '01|
|Gamespot UK||Feb 07 '01|
|Gamespot UK||Jan 10 '01|
|Gamespot UK||Jan 11 '01|
|Gamespot UK||Jan 12 '01|
|IGN PS2||Apr 03 '01|
|PSXNetwork||Dec 03 '00|
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"Volition and THQ have definitely come up with a winner. Red Faction both acknowledges everything that was good in games such as Half-Life and Goldeneye, and outdoes them in numerous ways. This is definitely the definitive FPS for the PS2..."
"20 3D levels highlight the title, and multiplayer support will definitely be a feature in Red Faction. Aside from the typical atomic-bomb-with-a-trigger weapons are the land, sea, and air vehicles you'll have a chance to pilot."
"The Geo-Mod innovation and slick control scheme will keep you playing, even when the arsenal and level design get bland and you begin wondering whether revolutions are supposed to be a bit more exciting and involved than this."
"...Red Faction is a montage of innovation and disappointment. It brings to the table a mixed feast generously laced with Geo-Mod fun and decent gameplay, but the difficult control and platform jumping makes it harder to swallow. Still, this is one of few genuinely fun and exhilarating shooters out for the PS2 and is worth a good look."
"Red Faction`s gameplay is drawn from Half-Life, new elements are added to it (the Geo-Mod technology in particular) and is then reintroduced on screen with a more futuristic and "political" edge. "