anklebreaker's Red Faction: Guerrilla (PC) review

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Passable but done better elsewhere

 Compared to other sandbox type games this is a great game when it comes to smashing down buildings, However the driving mechanic has some minor issues that make driving around from point to point a tedious task which after a few hours of gameplay it really does start to get annoying. Along with having to grind out control points after having finished the main questline in order to be able to progress to the next area of the game, this become repeatative and im finding myself having trouble getting anymore motivation to continue on with the story. Overall the game is passable but most of the mechanics of the game have been done better elsewhere.


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