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Jason Statham's first video game. See more »

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Shrike, E3 Demo: Shrike sees baddies below!
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #29.11 (2003) See more »

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WHITE RABBIT
Written by Grace Slick
Performed by Jefferson Airplane
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good game
19 January 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed the first red faction so I was eager to play the sequel and when I did the game was very different but this in no way is a bad thing. There are no stealth levels in this sequel, it is pure action and it can be very fun since there are loads of enemies to kill and loads of weapons to kill them with.

In the first one you could drive many vehicles but in this sequel you can only drive a submarine and a battle armour (sort of a robot which has 2 mini guns and 2 rocket launchers) which is slightly disappointing but you can control the guns on a tank and a plane while Shrike (voiced by the great Jason Statham) does the driving. The storyline is okay but nothing special and the twists are predictable and there is no real character development and length of the game is only about 6-8 hours but there is a cool botmatch with hundreds of maps.

The graphics and sound are improvement over the first one but the geomod is once again becomes a wasted opportunity

Overall red faction 2 is a fun game but not a brilliant one


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