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Red Faction: Demons of the Badlands on PS3

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Red Faction: Demons of the Badlands is a game available on the PS3.


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Soulful Gamer review Wed, 02 Sep 2009

The destruction-centric gameplay of Red Faction Guerrilla makes a return in this new expansion pack that delivers a curious prequel to the main game. Whilst I enjoyed swinging my sledgehammer to level new buildings or using new weapons to cause more chaos, the lack of depth in Samanya's backstory was a dissapointment.

Right from the start I'll admit that I never initially played Red Faction Guerilla for its story and atmosphere. It was only after several hours of play that I realised its game world was more cohesive and effective at delivering an experience than other open world games like InFamous or Prototype. It was this approach that drew me so much into the original game and, for the most part, Demons of the Badlands succeeds in just the same way that Guerrilla did.
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