Red Faction: Guerrilla

June 10, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Red Faction was a FPS originally released on the Playstation 2. The success of this title paved way for a multi-platform sequel, which revolutionised the gnere by placing large emphasis on dual-wielding and alternate fire mode weaponry. In fact, for a long time the Red Faction franchise was best described as Unreal Tournament meets Halo, due to it's frantic yet epic combat. The new sequel, Red Faction Guerrilla,  deviates from the format set up in the initial games, toning down the frantic action to concentrate on a slower pace.

Understandably, this may cause fans of the original to be a bit sceptical. Changing the time-tested formula in such a way seems like a strange move for a franchise that really didn't need it, but early reports show that the game continues to work extremely well. As you may have heard already, in the early stages of the development when creators booted it up all the game's buildings and structures instantly collapsed. It turns out the engine was so advanced that they had to bring in builders and architects to properly structure planks inside the buildings so that they wouldn't fall over. obviously the developers are investing a lot of time and effort into the realism of this title.

The game follows demo expert Alec Mason as he moves to the new Mars plantation for a job in mining. However, the Earth Defense Force is oppressing the people on Mars and have taken Alec's brother on charges of insurrection. This causes Mason to join in a revolution against the EDF tyrants in the hopes of restoring the balance. In game, Mason has access to a wide variety of weaponry including a sledgehammer, a jetpack, mine charges (he is a demolition expert after all), a missile launcher, assault rifles, and other weaponry. The game allows almost free exploration of the red planet, allowing for immersive and deep-rooted gaming opportunities.

Developers have also promised that staple of current FPS games; the online multiplayer mode, although the single player campaign looks to remain the major hook for players. Watch out for Red Faction: Guerrilla on all next gen platforms and the PC now!

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Red Alert 3- Playstation trumps Xbox!

April 25, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Red Alert was born out of theCommand and Conquer series way back in 1995, and was an instant hit with strategy fans worldwide. This led to the title being ported to the Playstation and other noted systems, further cementing the popularity it continued to receive. After another sequel was release to vast success in 2000, it took eight years for the third in the franchise to be released on the Xbox 360 and PC. RA3 brought back everything that fans had loved so much about it in the first place: action-packed strategy held together by a knowingly over the top story and characters. The Xbox version suffered slightly when compared to the PC version, seemingly unable to match the high level of textures players had come to expect from the series, but both versions were very well received.

Playstation 3 users long lamented the title, believing the scheduled release onto their console had been cancelled. However, it's now known this is not the case at all. RA3 is indeed being released to the PlayStation 3, entitled the Ultimate Edition no less, and is said to come with features exclusive to this console. Producer Greg Kasavin states that development had been held up so as to quickly finish the PC and Xbox 360 versions, after which the team focused on pushing the PS3's limits before release.

RA3's developers seem to have taken note of the earlier gripes voiced by players, as a lot of the things that let down the Xbox version in particular have been rectified on the Playstation 3. Indeed, it seems this version of the game is better looking than ever before, with the all important textures lovingly crafted, and attention to detail is reassuringly on form. Character animations and movements, aswell as environmental effects have been rendered perfectly.

Red Alert 3: Ultimate Edition is available now, and Playstation owners should definitely look into it- the gameplay is as fun as it's always been, and the title has never looked so good. Plus, its rare that a playstation version of a game can claim to trump the Xbox 360 version!

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