Red Faction: Guerrilla, the free-roam action game where you blow up buildings on Mars, just got a free "Steam Edition" update on PC. Among other things, the patch moves the game to Steamworks, adding leaderboards, achievements and trading cards, and completely removes Games for Windows Live. Full patch notes here.
Syfy and THQ have begun production on the two-hour Red Factions; Origins television movie, with stars from Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who spinoff Torchwood, Stargate Universe, and everyone's favorite liquid metal Terminator joining the cast.
Fans willing to give digital download a try when THQ's Darksiders releases on the PC this week will get a free game for their trouble, scoring Titan Quest, Red Faction: Guerrilla, or Company of Heroes depending on where you buy.
Volition, the studio behind Saints Row and Red Faction Armageddon, is entering a new space. The Illinois-based developer is currently collaborating on a "new action role-playing game" with "a high-powered creative talent in the entertainment industry." Who could that be?
A U.S. soldier plays Red Faction: Guerrilla inside his tent at a forward operating base in Dand district of Kandahar Province in Afghanistan. as seen on Boston.com - thanks Gordon.
Let's cut to the chase: You're gonna want to see Red Faction: Armageddon's magna-gun in action.
THQ's plans for a Red Faction movie may be just the beginning for the Martian sci-fi smash 'em up. The SyFy network-produced made for TV movie may eventually become its own ongoing series.
Even if Darksiders owners didn't have that special "mystery" coupon that was previously required to secure a free copy of Red Faction Guerrilla, they can still snag a complementary copy of THQ's Martian shooter. There is, of course, an asterisk.
THQ's recent Martian hit Red Faction Guerrilla will get a sequel sooner than you may have expected, with the publisher's CEO announcing that a follow-up is in the works. And you'll get a look at it at this year's E3.
Volition has noticed that not many of you are playing Red Faction: Guerrilla online at the moment, and have just launched five days of quintuple experience points in order to lure you back to Mars for the holidays.
That's because "this game is so wonderfully conducive to space assholism that there was little need to consciously sync it up." Obviously, the title of the song is part of its refrain, making this NSFW.
At PAX, I had the good fortune to catch Bethesda's Brink demo. While there was a lot of cool stuff in the game worth blogging about, what stuck with me was the use of torture in the game.
I feel awful for PC gamers most of the time because they often get games late and have to deal with more controversy about piracy and digital rights management.
I'm a little bit worried about playing a game over Xbox Live Arcade or the PlayStation network that requires players to keep hold of a bag. If the reasoning behind my trepidation isn't abundantly clear, then you obviously haven't spent enough time playing multiplayer console titles online with your headset activated.
In this week's episode of Kotaku Talk Radio we'll be talking about QuakeCon, playing easy in Red Faction: Guerrilla, buying your way to victory in Madden, the posh office settings and flat panels of gaming's greatest developers and having a quick listen to an 8-bit Weezer tribute album.
THQ has issued a new patch for its Martian hit Red Faction: Guerrilla, fixing bugs, tweaking multiplayer modes and adding a new Wrecking Crew mode. Finally, a chance to wreck things!
THQ is off to a much better year than last, thanks in part to the UFC. The publisher announced record results today, a $243.5 million three month take bolstered by nearly 3 million copies of UFC 2009 Undisputed sold worldwide.
Another victory for Martian guerillas today, as THQ announces three packs of downloadable content for Red Faction: Guerrilla, beginning with Demons of the Badlands, which takes players to an all-new section of the Martian landscape.