The company that used to publish the blockbuster Company of Heroes and Metro franchises imploded in rapid and spectacular fashion in late 2012, getting its assets sold off in early 2013. Some of its holdings, like the WWE and Saints Row games, found homes. But the fate of other members of the former THQ family tree—…
Despite the guilty pleasures of Red Faction: Guerilla, all it took was one sub-par game in the series (Red Faction: Armageddon) for publisher THQ to, at least temporarily, pull the plug on the series. Which is a damn shame.
Poor sales of Red Faction: Armageddon this year means the end of the franchise, publisher THQ said in a conference call today.
I finished Red Faction Armageddon on Monday. I finished it in a better mood than I was in when I started it a few days earlier. This is a game that gets much better as it goes along.
When the ancient alien plagued colonized of the planet Mars meet a popular Norwegian New Wave band, there can be only one outcome: Pipe wrench fight!
In another big win scored in the name of internet streaming gaming, PC players looking to give THQ's Red Faction: Armageddon a try before the game's June 6 release date are going to have to sign up for OnLive.
In Red Faction: Armageddon, Darius Mason does indeed open up an ancient shaft on the surface of Mars, awakening a long-dormant alien race from its slumber to kill his fellow colonists in droves, but it's not his fault. He was tricked.
Remember when we told you that Mr. Toots, a wee unicorn with a powerful, rainbow-spraying ass, would come to Red Faction: Armageddon? Well, here's your official confirmation from THQ who also reveals how we'll get our hands on Mr. Toots incredibly destructive rectum.
Ten years ago the original Red Faction gave PlayStation 2, PC, and Mac gamers their first taste of the future of humanity on Mars. Developer Volition explains how the three games before led up to next month's Red Faction: Armageddon.
Players will be waiting an extra week to stave off the alien invasion of Mars as THQ pushes Red Faction: Armageddon from May 31 to June 7, June 10 internationally. The Xbox 360 demo is still hitting May 3.
YouTube video sensation Freddie Wong and friends introduce us to Mr. Toots, a candy-colored unicorn with a magical gift: the ability to emit a high-powered rainbow beam from its anus, capable of destroying anything in its path. But what does this have to do with video games?
Life is hard in the underground Martian colonies of Red Faction: Armageddon, especially when you're a former Marauder turned smuggler with a heart of gold and the need to flaunt your cleavage amidst a cast of fully-covered men.
Volition, the team behind upcoming THQ games Saints Row: The Third and Red Faction: Armageddon, is still in the business of making their games for the PC, without worrying about the platform's rampant piracy problems. "I don't think [piracy] is something at the forefront for us," Volition studio manager Eric Barker…
How many buildings on Mars can you destroy in a minute? What if you were armed with a gun that shoots black holes and another that causes the first thing you shoot to fly into the second thing you shoot?
I was a huge fan of Red Faction: Guerrilla and the freedom of destruction it delivered gamers at the blunt end of a hammer. But Red Faction Armageddon sounds like it's made reversing chaos just as much fun.
It is often more fun to destroy than it is to create. Many of us realized this when we were young, when we played with Lego sets or made sandcastles. Scores of video games endorse this philosophy.
The Red Faction movie to air on SyFy will begin shooting in January and air in May, concurrent with the release of Red Faction: Armageddon, says the publisher.