If you've been hankering for a heaping hunk of destructible environments, then certainly the upcoming Red Faction: Armageddon is going to pique your interest. But after some serious hands-on time with the title, we're here to tell you how this virtual weapon-porn is shaping up.
"Fighting within the actual scope of the game seemed average at best. With our weaponry limited and our enemies dropping without much challenge, all we could think about was the sheer, mindless joy of destroying buildings, but the experience provided by the single-player campaign made the destructive possibilities feel both limited and empty. After the surface-level glee wore off, we simply didn’t encounter enough scenarios where such epic devastation felt at all impactful."
Ready your rail gun and read on for our Red Faction: Armageddon Preview.