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Red Faction: Guerrilla Remastered gameplay: the most satisfying destruction in games?

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Louise and Matt take a look at Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered and face off to see who's the best at BREAKING STUFF. When you want to push the boundaries of play, Play Advanced with Logitech G. http://www.LogitechG.com http://www.twitter.com/logitechg http://www.facebook.com/logitechg https://www.instagram.com/logitechg
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Logitech G (3 months ago)
Did you play Guerrilla when it was first released? Will you be diving back in for the remastered version? And, most importantly of all, do you think Matt was robbed of a a well-deserved victory? - [Definitely not Matt]
Logitech G (3 months ago)
You're spot on about destruction - feels like it's been missing in big releases for a while (with a few exceptions like Battlefield). Maybe Crackdown 3 will fill that gap, but still feel sad that RF: Armageddon wasn't more well received - would have loved to see where the series went - Matt
Silas Stryder (3 months ago)
I did play the original and I'm very close to pulling the trigger on the remaster. It's frankly embarrassing how destructo-physics never seemed to improve since this game. I'm sure I'm missing a few dozen low scale indie titles, but I mean AAA scale games with this level of destruction. Rainbow Six Seige is the closest I can think of and that doesn't even have building collapsing components. BF:BC 2 was less detailed than Red Faction and a lot of things couldn't be destroyed and what could was copy pasted *a lot* .
Grzegorz Chirowski (3 months ago)
doesn't look remastered to me :/
Grzegorz Chirowski (3 months ago)
Silas Stryder yea, I played through all of it on PC. that probably explains things haha
Silas Stryder (3 months ago)
Did you have it on PC? For reviews I've seen pretty consistently if you had the original on PC with everything on max settings at a decent frame rate there isn't *really* that much of a change. This is really just for the console players benefit and yeah the frame rate is far better than original console versions. I recall it crashing occasionally if things got a tad too hectic even. I'm personally waiting till it's $20 used as I didn't play multiplayer so I don't care about missing the short lived online community, but at that price point I'd say it's worth it just to revisit a game I haven't played in many years and experience what is still to this day some of the most satisfying destructo-physics I've messed around with in gaming, but without crashing and the frame rate crawling along whenever anything really cool looking happens.
BiggHewi (3 months ago)
Did you see the part with the exploding bits.. It definitely doesn't chug like the OG.
Logitech G (3 months ago)
That's the danger with remasters! They always look like you *thought* they looked back in the day... - Matt
Jack Gom (3 months ago)
You guys, Nice channel, Great Top lists, Keep up.

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