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Über das Spiel

Ein halbes Jahrhundert nachdem die Rebellen der Red Faction mit ihren verbündeten Marauder den Mars von der brutalen Earth Defense Force befreit haben, wird der Frieden auf dem Mars erneut bedroht - doch dieses Mal von einer tödlichen Macht, deren Herkunft unbekannt ist.

Die Zerstörung des riesigen Terraformers, der den Mars mit Atemluft und erdähnlichem Wetter versorgt, verursacht einen chaotischen Zustand in der Atmosphäre. Supertornados und Gewitterstürme hüllen fortan den Planeten ein. Um zu überleben fliehen die Kolonisten in die unterirdischen Bergwerke und bauen dort ein Netzwerk aus bewohnbaren Höhlen auf.

Fünf Jahre später betreibt Darius Mason, der Enkel des Mars-Helden Alec Mason und der legendären Rebellin Samanya, ein lukratives Geschäft in Bastion, dem Zentrum der unterirdischen Kolonie. Bergbau, Plünderei, Söldnerjobs ... Wenn der Job gefährlich ist, ist Darius der richtige Mann dafür. Nur wenige Mutige wagen sich noch zur verwüsteten Oberfläche des Planeten - abgesehen von Söldnern wie Darius und den Schmugglern, die im Untergrund mit Waren handeln.

Als Darius in eine Falle gelockt wird, öffnet er einen mysteriösen Schacht in einem alten Marauder-Tempel - und befreit dadurch das Böse, das nun das Armageddon über den Mars bringt. Während Siedlungen von Kolonisten und Maraudern vernichtet werden, können nur noch Darius und die Red Faction die Menschheit retten. Die Schlacht führt sie über den vom Sturm verwüsteten Planeten - und in ihn hinein ... ins Herz des unaussprechlichen Schreckens.

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: Dual Core-Prozessor mit 2 GHz
  • GFX: 320 MB RAM und Shader Model 3.0
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Software: Windows XP
  • HD: 7,5 GB
  • SFX: DirectX 9
  • INET: DSL 1000
  • MISC: Steam-Account
  • LANG: Englisch , Deutsch
  • CPU: Quad Core-Prozessor oder 3,0 Dual Core-Prozessor
  • GFX: 1 GB RAM und Shader Model 4.0
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Software: Windows 7
  • HD: 7,5 GB
  • SFX: DirectX 11
  • INET: DSL 2000
  • MISC: Steam-Account
  • LANG: Englisch , Deutsch

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Verfasst: 20.03.20 23:27
[h1]Der Mars schläft nicht [/h1]

Mason hier, Mason da. Na immerhin spielen wir auch im vierten Teil keinen Nachkommen vom notorisch nervigen Parker, der Hauptfigur des ersten Spiels…

Gameplay
“Red Faction: Armageddon” kehrt wieder ein wenig zum originalen Spielprinzip zurück und setzt uns in lineare Level, in denen wir uns durch die Horden von feindlichen Soldaten, aber auch verschiedensten Kreaturen schießen dürfen. Gleichzeitig greift das Spiel auch auf den direkten Vorgänger „Red Faction: Guerilla“ zurück und so spielen wir nicht nur aus der Third-Person Ansicht, sondern die Umgebung lässt sich auch sehr gut zerlegen. Mit so gewonnen Barschrott rüsten wir uns dann ordentlich auf und dürfen mit vielen verschiedenen Waffen spielen. Im Gegensatz zum Vorgänger können wir allerdings auch lässig Strukturen wieder reparieren, man sprengt also vielleicht mal eine wichtige Treppe weg, kann sie aber sofort wieder herstellen. Typisch für die Reihe darf man auch wieder Fahrzeuge steuern, die sich hier aber auf Mechs beschränken.
Ich muss übrigens leider eine Warnung aussprechen, da das Spiel auf aktuellen PCs des Öfteren zufällig crasht. So konnte ich beim zweiten Anspielen nicht sehr weit kommen. Das Problem ist definitiv das Spiel und viele Leute bezeichnen das Spiel daher als unspielbar.

Story
50 Jahre nach den Ereignissen des dritten Teils denkt sich ein Verrückter namens Hale: „Hey, ich zerstöre mal den Terraformer.“ Leider schafft auch Held und Nachfahre von Alex Mason, Darius, nicht den Wahnsinnigen aufzuhalten und so leben die Menschen nun wieder unter der Erde auf dem Mars. Dort buddeln wir schon am Anfang des Spiels als Aufräumexperte eine alte Kammer aus, wodurch Kreaturen freikommen, die man besser nicht in ihrer Ruhe hätte stören sollen. Durch das lineare Spielgeschen kann die Story besser fruchten und ist auch wesentlich dichter, als im Vorgänger.

Grafik/Sound
Klar, mit den aktuellsten Spielen kann „Red Faction: Armageddon“ nicht mithalten. Aber es sah zum Release schon gut aus und hat sich gut gehalten. Zudem sind die Level abwechlungsreich. Soundtechnisch ist das durchaus im grünen Bereich, wobei die Melodien jetzt aber nicht sehr außergewöhnlich auf mich gewirkt haben. Das Spiel hat leider nur englische Stimmen und es könnte etwas nervig werden, wenn man sich Audiologs anhören möchte. Für die gibt es leider auch keine Untertitel, nicht einmal auf Englisch…

Fazit
„Red Faction: Armageddon“ ist ein schöner Shooter mit einer zerstörbaren Umgebung. Er ist zwar so schon nicht mehr zeitgemäß, aber das Durchballern macht schon richtig Laune. Jedoch kann ich den Kauf nur für Besitzer älterer PCs empfehlen, da das Spiel leider ständig crasht und eine Lösung auch nicht in Sicht ist. Es kümmert sich leider Niemand mehr um dieses alte Spiel… Ich finde es sehr schade, daher gibt es leider nur eine sehr eingeschränkte Kaufempfehlung von mir.


Du willst es lieber irdisch? Dann folge mir doch in meiner Steamgruppe, wo ich noch viele terranische Spiele vorstelle!
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Verfasst: 06.05.20 17:39
Das Spiel beginnt anfangs noch recht zurückhaltend, nimmt aber gegen Mitte enorm an Fahrt auf. Spaßige und hübsche Zerstörungsorgie, wer auf Action und ein dunkles Alien Setting steht, soll sich das hier mal anschauen. Hat Spaß gemacht, allerdings sollte man kein Meisterwerk erwarten, dennoch wird man echt gut für ca. 10 Spielstunden unterhalten.
Durchgespielt 2013.

Kurz Review von 2013

Wertung: 80 / 100
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Verfasst: 01.12.20 16:15
Hat mega viel Spaß gemacht. Kann ich so unbedingt empfehlen. Die Steuerung ist sehr angenehm und Fehler gab es bei mir so gut wie gar nicht. Daumen hoch.
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Verfasst: 18.11.14 05:41
Im Angebot eine klare Empfehlung für Fans der zerstörbaren Umgebung, in Hinsicht auf Zerstörbarkeit zwar ein Rückschritt zur Red Faction: Guerrilla dafür eine grafische Aufwertung und das man Zerstörtes wieder aufbauen kann ist ein sehr gutes neues Feature (wäre in einer offenen Welt viel geiler aber na ja).
Grafik ist auch heute noch gut ansehbar und es ist schön bunt (haben sich die Kritik am recht tristen Vorgänger anscheinend ein bisschen zu sehr zu Herzen genommen ^^
Möchte nicht mehr sagen, bei weitergehendem Interesse können Sie gerne einen Kommentar schreiben sonst empfehle ich auf Youtube Gameplay und dergleichen anzusehen.
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Verfasst: 13.08.14 15:31
Es ist Schlecht. Alles was Guerrilla richtig gemacht hat, hat Armageddon wieder verworfen. Die von Red Faction gewohnte, zerstörbare Umgebung gibt es noch, aber da man die meiste Zeit unter Tage ist kommt diese nicht so sehr zur Geltung wie ich es mir gewünscht hätte.
Es gibt keine offene Welt mehr, bloß noch einen Schlauch nach dem nächsten. Die Story ist unglaublich schlecht, die Zwischensequenzen immer dasselbe und ziemlich lahm, die Charaktere einseitig... keine Abwechslung.

Im Humble Bundle lohnte es sich, ich würde aber niemals mehr als 15 Euro dafür ausgeben! Stupidestes, immer gleiches Schlauchgemetzel - mehr ist es nicht.
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Verfasst: 11.03.20 21:35
What is Red Faction Armageddon ?

After having a hard time and absolutely hating Guerrilla, I managed to complete that travesty of a game and I went to this one to see what it was about because I got both in a bundle and there was no harm in just testing this one but I went in with zero expectations mostly because people said this one was worse than Guerrilla and it was a linear corridor shooter and the destruction gimmick from Guerrilla was nerfed here, Imo those are all good points to me as I enjoy linear games more than open world and to be honest I was having fun with Armageddon so far and Im sure I would have ended up liking it more than Guerrilla if I could finish it but the game is a broken mess of a port, especially if youre playing on windows 10, many people, not just me, have the same problem with the game crashing whenever the next cutscene or checkpoint triggers, making the game almost impossible to play, I just dont want to put up with BS after the miserable time I had with guerrilla, after playing this for 2 hours and trying all types of fixes provided in the forums and such, the crashes were still happening nonstop and I just gave up, the red faction franchise should just stay dead, forever.
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Verfasst: 18.02.20 11:13
Fun game when it worked but bugs make it unplayable, Don't waste your time.

I don't know when I bought this game but I finally got around to playing it (after years probably). I experienced the following issue when trying to start a new game:
Menu would fade to a black screen as if the game were starting, then it would fade back to the menu again. Sometimes the cutscene video would begin to play before fading back to the menu.

At times, at the end of a level it would kick me back to the menu (it had autosaved), when I click continue (or select load autosave from the menu) the menu would fade out to black and then usually fade back in. Sometimes a cutscene would begin to play. Similar issue to the one I had when trying to start a new game.

The cutscenes themselves are shown in the 'extras' menu and they play fine there. Loading from a manual save also worked fine. The problem seems to be anytime you need to load into a cutscene, this could be slightly avoided with manual saves but since it auto saves and kicks me to the menu before a cutscene it's unavoidable.

Obviously it didn't do this all the times (as I did get to play enough to find the game fun) but it's happened so often, I tried many 'fixes' and now I just can't get it to work at all so I'm giving up.

Don't waste your time with this. Fun if it would work (I am a bit disappointed as I was enjoying it) but I'm sure there are plenty of other fun games that actually work so play those instead.
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Verfasst: 06.01.20 06:13
Pure fire. They don't make shooters like this no more......
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Verfasst: 14.01.20 19:54
Its basically if Red Faction tried to be Gears Of War and they didn't do it well.
The campaign features low levels of destruction, a very linear path, and the storyline/voiceacting is pretty damn terrible. The enemies aren't interesting to fight, just annoying. The guns lack any impact and that really sucks because Volition know how to make impactful weapons: ex: Saint's Row.

Got this in the THQ Classics bundle and i have to say, Guerrilla is a better game in every way.
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Verfasst: 23.12.19 04:42
Love the game, but I'm unable to get passed the cinematics most of the time, and get forced back to the main menu. If there is any way to fix this, please PM me, I loved the game since it was out on console and I know this game has unreal potential!
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Verfasst: 07.12.19 13:58
the story sucks
the enemies are frustrating bullet sponges
the voice acting is completely shit
the CG cutscenes are unnatural looking
the scenario destruction is pretty neat but at times also frustrating
theres some really cool guns such as the singularity shooter
the combat is satisfying however while not difficult. theres just so many enemies at once it becomes a fucking pain

its a generic third person shooter that is a product of its time (many third person shooters were coming out during the 7th generation of consoles and this is just another one of them) that is either way too easy or frustrating, it does not deserve the red faction name.
i bought a physical copy of this game for very very little (it just so happened to come with a steam key on the box) and i still feel like i spent too much. go buy guerrilla instead
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Verfasst: 29.09.19 15:19
Fun console game, but a bit too easy; even on hard i hardly ever died in combat; most deaths were due to falls trough stuff i broke with my hammer. Story was fine, but it didn0t really feel like a red fraction story. The DLC is about an hour long. I did expirience a few crashes, but no big deal. All in all a fun 10 hour expirience that was worth the 5€. Shame noone is playing it, because i'd love to do some multyplayer
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Verfasst: 26.11.19 21:50
Easily the least Red Faction-y Red Faction game. Go buy Guerilla. Its better. If you can get it on sale for crazy cheap do that I guess. Not worth anything NEAR it's price tag.

Not even close to the quality of the first, second, or third Red Faction games. Hell of an unsatisfying note to end on.
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Verfasst: 04.12.19 19:33
A solid third person shooter with interesting gimmicks that never got repeated anywhere else, that isn't as liked as it could because it was a return from open world to linear structure in an age where people weren't sick of every second AAA title being open world.

You play as a game whose name I don't remember, it doesn't matter, but what matters is that he's a gruff army man on Mars. Ages ago his daddy and other people secured it's independence from Earth government and corporation, but the life remained tough. During a conflict with one of local factions, the device that keeps Martian atmosphere perfect for humans got damaged, prompting everyone to fuck off underground, into the mines and tunnels. So you just live on as merc for some years, then suddenly some bug aliens show up an start eating people and redecorating the caves with their organic weirdness. This is all pretty awkward and they don't seem really fuckable so you just start blasting them. The whole plot is trying to minimize the threat these creature pose to humans on Mars, and then find a way to stop them. It's pretty generic plot without any unique reveals or developments, but it works.

Overall it's a pretty generic third person shooter with lots of generic and couple pretty original guns, but being a Red Faction game it flaunts epic destruction. Oh, and how! See, most of environmental objects be it stairs, walls, or other infrastructure are easily destructible, everything that's not just natural terrain or rock can be wrecked. Yo may wonder, does that mean level design is built in a way so that even if you wreck everything, you can still find a path to your destination? Nope, things are MUCH better - you've got this twist-mounted ultra advanced device, nanoforge, which allows you to spray nanobots that will almost instantly regenerate all wrecked structures, you can just run trough a destroyed catwalk and it'll rebuild right in front of you! And later on you get to shoot a tiny ball of nanites to repair everything next to them. It's all pretty awesome, since that means you can wreck anything without worries about damaging something you shouldn't lest you fail the objective. And there's a lot of other cool applications, like you can regenerate cover enemies destroyed to keep yourself safe, or wreck the passageway under enemies and then restore it for yourself to walk trough. Enemies are pretty jumpy though, so you're better off not rellying on lack of passage between you and them, they'll find a way to leap back to you eventually! There's also a Magnet Gun weapon. It's like Half-Life 2's Gravity Gun, except more slow-firing, but with the benefit of allowing you to choose where the target goes - you launch one elctromagnet, then another one, and then they attact each other - if it's two enemies, they'll fly into one another and slam at great speeds, if it's enemy and a massive piece of rebar, they'll smash into each other too. if it's hard surface and enemy or piece of destructible environment, they'll just fly into the hard surface. It's a pretty awesome tool, has no ammo to worry about and allows to wreck large swathes of structures. Other guns are fun too, like sticky grenade launchers allowing you to launch multiple bombs, or tiny black hole generating gun, or a nanite rifle that shoots a beam capable of cutting up anything into pieces.

The art, the music and characters are pretty generic, just like the story, so overall the main attraction here is the destruction and all the creative things you can do with nanoforge and magnet gun. The campaign pacing is pretty nice though, you get to do a lot of things including trying out very different vehicles.

I totally recommend giving this one a try. It's not perfect but if you love messing with environmental destruction and gimmicky weapon-tools, you're definitely going to get a kick out of this one!
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Verfasst: 08.04.20 22:29
In my ongoing and likely futile effort to write a Steam review for every game in my library (#444 out of 576)... it's time for Red Faction: Armageddon.

Armageddon is the very belated third entry in the oft-forgotten Red Faction series, a set of first-person shooters set on Mars mostly notable for featuring real-time terrain deformation (an interesting mechanic that, for whatever reason, has yet to be properly explored by the industry at large).

Armageddon swaps the player perspective from first to third person and brings the Martian world to life with, finally, an appropriately detailed level of fidelity—and the fact that they're finally comfortable using colors other than red to paint the environments certainly helps things. Like most shooters of the early 2010s, Armageddon suffers a bit from trying to take itself too seriously: it focuses a lot on its story, and its story isn't very good. The gunplay, meanwhile, is competent, but nothing to write home about. Simply put there's not a lot of depth here, and the more modern production values do little to distract from that lack.
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Verfasst: 31.10.19 20:56
Terrible boring game, saving the game doesn't work, you always spawn at a checkpoint. Same enemies over and over again. Your basically stuck in a cave all the damn time. Weak story.
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Verfasst: 26.05.20 22:56
Red Faction Armageddon lives up to it's Syfy Channel branding of being a bonkers science fiction b-movie game that feels like it would have been on Mystery Science Theater 3000 if it was a feature film.

Now take that MST3K b-movie and load it onto an olde' fashioned salt water taffy machine because the amount of stretching and padding is rough.

Even with noticeable padding, the single player can be finished in one sitting.

If you're looking for a follow up to Red Faction: Guerrilla, you've come to the wrong place.

Red Faction: Armageddon feels like a reaction to the popularity of cover shoots...most notably, Gears of War.

IMO: the first half of this title is very boring and a slog but, once you return to the surface the latter half of the game turns into a silly fun game.

I wouldn't recommend this game to most people but, it's not terrible either. Just buy it on sale and honestly the DLC isn't worth your time.

A review written by someone who have no clue how hard it is to make a video game.
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Verfasst: 08.05.20 00:58
Mind numbingly generic, Red Faction 1 and Guerrilla are amazing, 2 is alright, but Armageddon might aswell not exist, it feels like a fan made Gears of War clone with sweet destruction physics. The only redeemable thing about this game is just that, the destruction physics. It's a shame Geo-Mod has been dormant for so long because in the right hands another great Red Faction game could come of it, Armageddon is not it.
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Verfasst: 30.04.20 04:10
Really fun game but crashes at the worst possible times :S
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Verfasst: 28.04.20 20:27
Decent entry to the Red Faction franchise.
Pros :Semi linear levels with some destructible content but not everything with a decent story and varied enough weaponry.
Cons : Random alt tab out of the game, crashes, cut scenes that auto skip and corrupted saves. To make things worse the crashes get more frequent the more you progress.

Possibly worth it on sale and if you want to continue the Red Faction story if you enjoy saving every 5 minutes.
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Verfasst: 23.04.20 02:27
This games crash rate is aweful. It crashes every hour or so making it so you better save and save often. I think if this thing got some polish it might be a good title.
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Verfasst: 04.07.20 13:17
The destruction is amazing, I think only Control has since come close to as good destruction physics since, but this game gets pretty repetitive as the environments are mostly caves. It's a shame because it had great potential that it just didn't live up to. I completed it on release but not been back to it in a while.
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Verfasst: 21.07.20 05:10
I finally played through Armageddon and it was not memorable of an experience at all. Ignore my play time count, it is not accurate at all. Some part of the game hung up and steam thought it was running for a few days. Total playtime was maybe 5-6 hours at best and that was with me gathering all of the scrap.
Strictly linear shooter with regenerating health and a pretty simple storyline that really made no sense in the end. A love interest that they never developed far enough [spoiler]and her death was more ridiculous than anything and the main character's reaction was not believable.[/spoiler]

There is no deforming of the terrain. Structures get knocked down but you aren't making craters in the ground. Mostly just for looks since the buildings are all abandoned and its a shanty town anyway.

Boss fights were overly simplistic and in some cases were more of a cut scene than an actual fight. Final battle was just annoying [spoiler] and it wasn't even against a boss, just babysitting and repairing generators. [/spoiler]

The story line didn't make sense in the end. [spoiler]terrorists take down the terraformer and nobody thinks to just fix the thing in the five years following, Something your character does with his magical repair gauntlet in about 15 minutes and then credits roll.[/spoiler]
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Verfasst: 19.07.20 19:38
Disappointed after coming from the open world in Red Faction: Guerilla, to the linear style chapters.
Everything of the game reminds me of the word 'bland', bland enemies, story, characters, graphics and combat.
The destruction mechanic feels more like an annoyance in this game, especially during combat. I never used the hammer outside the tutorial

The game also crashes every other hour and nothing I try gets it fixed. I don't think it's a bad game, but there's better stuff out there
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Verfasst: 28.06.20 19:44
Brought back memories and its good for a one off.
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Verfasst: 08.07.20 11:58
It is not the best game around but the nano forge is great to play with.
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Verfasst: 07.07.20 04:13
I've replayed this game 3 or 4 times now. First time was on console, second on PC. I disliked (and even hated) it because it wasn't an open world sandbox like guerrilla.

Now after my most recent playthrough I finally see it for what it is. It succeeds in all the ways guerrilla didn't. The story is okay, maybe even good. But the mechanics are a direct evolution of guerrilla's.
The abilities added by the nanoforge and its ability to repair really add more variety to the combat and how you approach the game. Not being forced to use the hammer and instead take a 4th weapon also helps give you more options, with the more powerful melee and abilities compensating for its loss if you decide not to use it.

The level design is great considering how much of it is destructible and how the game is still designed with that in mind.
The only real bad points I can really talk about are that whilst the game runs fine, its missing an FOV option. This is absolutely critical in making the game not feel like a bad console port. If you buy this game please go to https://community.pcgamingwiki.com/files/file/421-red-faction-armageddon-fov-fix/ and download a better fox option. This improves the game so much its essential imo, even on console the over the shoulder view felt to close (especially if you where coming straight from Guerrilla).
Other than that there's also a weird issue with the spider walkers aiming controls in the few parts of the game you drive them. It's easy enough to just power through it though.

The games style definitely feels a bit weird compared to guerrilla but this is something that's more down to personal preference, and doesn't really affect the gameplay beyond some of the weapons feeling radically different is all.

Ultimately, it would be amazing if the next red faction game could take the best bits of Armageddon and combine them with the best bits of Guerrilla. Guerrilla's weak points where pretty much just its story and missions being kind of meh, being mostly held up by just its unique destruction mechanics, where as Armageddon fixes these issues, but its linier gameplay feels like a step back for the series. I really feel like a mix of both could make for a near perfect game if done right. It's sad that something like this has so little hope of happening now ;-;
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836 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26.08.20 20:43
Tried to play this trough one more time after several years, One and a half hour into the game I managed to mess up the checkpoint somehow, so each time I restarted the checkpoint I just fell and died. Remember to manually save often.

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521 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.10.20 01:07
Red Faction: Armageddon is an underrated action shooter. It comes with a wide variety of special weapons you want to see in a science-fiction game, the enemy design and levels are pretty strong, too. It could need some more world-building and deeper charactization, but it is a good game nontheless. Definitely recommended to shooter fans. Don't forget to disable the aim assist in the settings.
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979 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21.09.20 21:57
7/10 fine game. I enjoyed playing it, especially missions on surface. It's something different than Guerilla, more action like.
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1352 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.09.20 05:38
do not buy this game at any price! i have had this game for years and it has always crashed the public beta worked better but is not active any more.
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Verfasst: 23.10.20 06:26
to be fair, these reviews are mostly positive so a lot of people enjoy it, but this engine is wasted on a linear shooter. the story is too ridiculous to take itself as seriously as it does. the weapon additions they have made since red faction guerrilla are good, the aliens are not. rebuilding is cool, the levels are not. in a vacuum its a pretty bland experience and by comparison it's a disappointing step backwards from red faction guerrilla
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557 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18.11.20 16:25
Having played through all of the Red Factions this week, Armageddon is my second favorite game in the series. It goes back to the series' linear roots, taking the destruction from Guerrilla and putting it into a linear game. I personally wasn't a huge fan of the open world or story telling in Guerrilla as I found it kind of empty and bland, though the destruction and gameplay loop in Guerrilla was a blast. This game, even nine years after its release, still looks fantastic with the settings maxed out.

It goes back to one of the major themes from the original game, and tries to expand a bit on what Capek was working on. It is a strong installment to the series and it's a shame that the series was pretty much killed off, hopefully someday we'll have a reboot.

The main complaint I have is that my game would crash about every hour or so, which I'm guessing is due to some visual settings. Once the game crashed, it also reset all visual settings, so each time I restarted the game I'd have to change my settings again, though it's a minor complaint.
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79 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.11.20 06:10
While yes, I only have 1.3 hours on it, I'm still writing this review.

As someone who just finished it's predecessor; Red Faction: Guerrilla this game it a few steps back. It left it's destructible open world, to a destructible liner shooter. All the fights are repetitive, the guns are lack luster, enemies are incredibly spaztic in their movement, and the story (from what I've seen) doesn't make sense with the ended of Guerrilla. If linear shooter are your thing, go for it, it's passable for a 2011 game. If you just wanna level buildings and cause mayhem, go get Guerrilla.
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Verfasst: 23.09.20 06:04
The game play is old school lots of weapons and lots of opposition run and gun style awsome games like this have been forgotten about.
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Verfasst: 08.12.20 03:24
It's a generic 3rd person shooter with a lame story. It's not open world unlike RF: Guerilla and it f...uckin crashes every time at checkpoints.
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439 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.01.21 02:44
Gamebreaking glitch in Windows 10 (at least on my system) where the large bridge wouldn't lower, no matter how many things i tried (limiting framerate with vsync; win7 compatibility mode; dx9 and dx11.) The model for the bridge was there but spazzing out

Switched to the public beta and used slew_mode to get across the gap, but this seemed to break scripting for other events after the bridge
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643 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.01.21 05:00
Just finished the game, I will say, it is a really fun game and the story is really good! I also have to point out that there are some times when the game decides to crash when entering a cutscene but it is fine cause the game was so much fun to play.
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Verfasst: 25.12.20 21:19
Did you enjoy roaming Mars in RFG and blowing buildings up? Well, now you can sometimes do the same thing inside caves against aliens!
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Verfasst: 29.12.20 01:43
Armageddon is a sub-par game at best, and it struggles to hold a candle to Guerilla, its predecessor. While it certainly gets a bit more inventive with its arsenal, Armageddon has regressed into an ultra-linear shooter that's fundamentally far less enjoyable to play. It suffers from boring levels, repetitive encounters, an excess of vehicle/on-rails sections, and more.

There are some improvements in regards to your arsenal. Ammo is far more abundant in comparison to Guerilla and there are more gimmicky or niche weapons. The maul is no longer mandatory and can be swapped out at will. You now possess a magnet gun, which has infinite ammo and can easily obliterate enemies and buildings. Other funky new inclusions are weapons such as the singularity cannon, the plasma cannon (which is basically the Doom 3 BFG), and the pulse mine (which does no damage to the environment). The assault rifle is pretty viable in this game and stayed a part of my arsenal for most of the game.

There's some bizarre problems with movement in this game. The game frequently eats your inputs when you try to sprint or dodge, which is incredibly obnoxious. The magnet gun has some serious problems with eating inputs as well. For whatever reason, the game sometimes decides to delete your bolts or prevent you from firing it. Sometimes, rather unpredictably, you can get stunned or ragdolled. I'm generally not sure what causes you to get stunned, but it prevents you from firing or moving for a brief moment. Getting ragdolled completely prevents movement. Getting ragdolled is predictable, but it makes melee encounters obnoxious. You can easily get combo'd to death if the game decides that it hates you.

Enemy design is a super mixed bag. Humans are only encountered a handful of times throughout the game, which means you'll be fighting the new aliens for majority of the game. Unfortunately, these aliens only have a handful of types and most of them are incredibly damage spongy. They magically teleport all over the place and often come from spawners that will spawn them endlessly. You can destroy objects so that they can't climb or jump around, but this often takes more effort than just outright killing them. The largest aliens, the behemoths, are the worst by far, as they have enough health to exhaust the entire ammo capacity of multiple power weapons. This game never mixes enemies up intelligently, especially near the end. I'm not even sure if most late-game encounters would be remotely possible (on the hardest difficulty) without the infinite ammo granted by the berserk ability.

Level design is often absolute garbage. Destructible environments aren't used in very compelling ways. The game doesn't hesitate to put you on a paper-thin bridge above a death pit, where a slight breeze will completely annihilate the bridge. Even when I felt like I was making intelligent use of the environment, it was never clear how effective it really was. I made an entire water tower collapse on a mini-boss, but it barely did any damage to it. There's also an overload of turret and vehicle segments in this game. Some of these turret/on-rails segments are astoundingly awful, as you'll be swarmed from a long distance away with no ability to take cover or properly move around. Vehicles are generally extremely slow and turn awkwardly, and each vehicle you pilot is worse than the last.

There's a couple other miscellaneous problems that I have with this game as well. While the ability to rebuild structures is nice, it's generally niche outside of level progression. Only a couple times throughout the whole game did I use it tactically or for exploration. There's no jetpack in this game, which is rather unfortunate. As a result, this game has less verticality than Guerilla did. The abilities you can activate are rather overpowered in general. They tend to recharge quickly and the late-game forces you to use them almost non-stop. You have little reason to not constantly berserk for a massive damage boost and bottomless magazines. I feel like this would be cool in most other games, but enemies are so spongy that exploiting infinite ammo is almost mandatory.

This game is truly something. I started off liking it, but quickly started to hate many aspects of it. Even though the environmental destruction was impressive (whenever the developers remembered it's a feature, at least), nothing else about the game was impressive in the same way. It's ultimately this substandard TPS with obnoxious enemy design and forgettable level design that keeps going on and on. I really can't recommend this. Just play Guerilla instead.
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391 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.12.20 06:00
This game is really buggy and the story is okay at best. Gameplay is a linear shooter, which isn't very red-faction like. Shooting is passable, melee is as bad as it ever was in red faction games, terrain destruction is good but boring. Unless you really want to know the story without just watching a let's play I'd suggest giving this game a pass.
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Verfasst: 12.02.21 20:59
Even without the technical issues, it's an average game at best. Uninspired plot, head-scratching introduction section that leaves the wrong impression about the game and some weird decisions, like no subtitles for audio logs.
But that would all be fine if the game wouldn't also crash more and more as I played it. In the end I reached Chapter 10 out of 13 and yet another crash the moment the tornado came in was enough.
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Verfasst: 18.12.20 22:49
It was cool but it could have been better. If it on sale buy it if not pass.
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Verfasst: 24.02.21 01:45
If you came for the next best Red Faction game, don't bother. You get tossed into a level by level style game, completely lacking in open world fun. The physics and environmental destruction are copy pasted from the original, but for some reason the graphics are much much worse than the previous. I really don't know how 70% of the reviews are positive. Maybe for the super-slashed price of $20 if you never played the original Red Faction.
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202 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.03.21 21:31
to sum this game up> it is like an instance of a mmorpg..... but with a guy that doesnt like the architecture being inside a cave so yeah 98% underground.
not as good as the first one but sill fun
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6230 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.02.21 14:27
Fun game start to finish, the shooter experience no complaints no hassles just some nice clean fun.
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Verfasst: 06.03.21 12:49
As a 3rd person shooter, RFA is a decent enough game. Not good story-wise. One time play.
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Verfasst: 18.04.21 17:33
Weak story, flat main character, keeps crashing on windows 10
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Verfasst: 22.04.21 06:04
This game seems good but why does it crash so much? Many fans of Red Faction: Guerrilla hated this game. I'm not sure why, other than the lack of open world and perhaps some technical issue such as the aforementioned crashing. Personally, I prefer the more focused linear approach to my action games. I find open world games drag on too long and start to feel like a chore. The action is good. Weapons are loud and punchy and blasting aliens feels just right. Red Faction started as the spiritual successor to Half-Life, so it's kind of strange to think people expected a third person open world game from the franchise just because the third game was like that. This is definitely more fun than Guerrilla in my books.
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Verfasst: 18.06.21 16:45
Nobody reads the reviews for sure, so I'll say I'm gay
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Verfasst: 20.05.21 11:24
In its time, the game could be summed up by this: Hated return to roots - the game.

TL;DR: Actually a pretty decent game, but port plagued by constant crashing.

Rating: 7/10 without taking technical issues into account, with them: 3/10.

Unlike the beloved previous entry, Guerilla with its open map and non-linear (for the most part) progression, Armageddon is a linear shooter, mostly set in the caverns of Mars - much like the almost forgotten first two games in the series. As such, it received a lot of undue hate from the new fans, whose first game of the series was the above-mentioned open-world entry. I have been disappointed by that as well, but as I played the first two games, not as much.

The game itself, when not applying the expectations from Guerilla, is pretty good fit into the series. It has solid graphics, solid gunplay, and the semi-destructive environment with a couple new twists. The story - including interaction between characters, much like in most shooters of this type, is B/C-grade action movie cringefest [spoiler] you fuck up and cause two terrible things resulting in deaths of thousands, people hate you, but you do everything to save them, while fighting through 6 gazillion enemies like the hero you are [/spoiler], which also fits overall into the series. However, the envirnoments are pretty cool, and the enemies are also interesting with a decent variety of abilities, as is the selection of weapons, which makes up for crappy story - after all, a shooter is made up by what you shoot with what gun more so than why you shoot.

The sound design is also pretty good for the most part, though some weapons could use a bit beefier sound. The soundtrack is also pretty good, especially in some of the horror-lite sections of the game.

Armageddon also plays pretty well, I have a pretty low-end PC as I generally play older games, an i3-4160 and a GT-1030, with 16 gigs of ram and a SSD, and the game plays pretty smoothly on everything turned up to max, including 8x MSAA and 16x AF, except for a couple instances with a lot of destruction and a lot of enemies on screen, where the game did dip under 30 a bit.

However, the game falls flat in one regard: The game will crash every 2nd-3rd time you get to a checkpoint in a session when in DX10/11 mode (so generally every 20 minutes), and will crash every hour or so in DX9 mode. The graphical difference is pretty minor, so if you absolutely have to play the game, you can do so in DX9 and get through it with about 6-12 crashes (depending on whether you rush through or take your time exploring and getting all of the stuff the game offers (guns and upgrades)). However, this is pretty unacceptable, at least for me, so I cannot recommend buying the game, unless you can get it for really low price - I paid around 1.89 EUR for it IIRC, I cannot endorse paying more than that for it, especially since the chances of the dev. team releasing a patch for it are literally non-existent.

Alternatively, I would recommend getting this game on console, if you own one. You will suffer a bit in regards to graphical fidelity and perhaps framerate, but you will not have to restart the game every 15-60 minutes.
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999 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.05.21 21:19
Back to linear levels, even more destruction than in RF: Guerrilla, and the Magnet Gun , this thing is awesome, and so is this game!
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731 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.01.21 15:45
When compared to Guerrilla this game is definitely nowhere close. But on its own as a third person linear shooter it holds up.

The story is forgettable but the weapons and action are the real fun. My only gripe is the game is 20% human enemies and 80% aliens, with some alien sequences overstaying their welcome.
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602 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.07.21 15:01
Brown. Dark. Ugly. Monotonous. So tedious. The FOV is low and unchangable, combined with fast moving enemies that have you looking around in a hurry, making this the only game besides Kane and Lynch 2 that's threatened to make me actually throw up. As with Guerilla, the highlight is in property destruction, but the bullet spongey enemies and weak story make it feel far less rewarding to progress. I finished it for the sake of seeing it through but I wouldn't recommend this for any reason, I don't think I enjoyed a thing.
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Verfasst: 30.06.21 03:52
i was super stoked to make it out of the caves and into the open world sandbox but... it never happened because it doesnt exist and neither do you
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Verfasst: 30.06.21 03:18
Crashes when the game autosaves and extremely boring.
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Verfasst: 23.06.21 07:14
I want to like this game, but every time I play it I put it down. It's the worst of on rails shooters from a decade ago. Not sure what they were thinking except that Gears of War mixed with red faction would somehow be cool.
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Verfasst: 07.09.21 22:33
Love Voiltion since Summoner. Tribal tattoos aside, silky smooth engine shared with sister Saints Row, and great art design, outruns the gimmick or destructible everything this title was always sold on, a worthless novelty like in Mercenaries for substantial things to suddenly dusted away like a house of cards. Here, its only large preplanned renderable chunks to simplify the concept. The processing power isn't and never should be there for such a non gameplay idea. Game should be 5 bucks at this point.

GET YOUR ASS TO MARS!
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Verfasst: 16.08.21 20:15
no linux build
constantly crashing on proton
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