Red Faction®: Armageddon™

Red Faction®: Armageddon™

Short game, but tons of fun. The weapons are some of the most unique I’ve ever come across, and are worth the purchase of the game. The game itself is narrow and linear, with awesome graphics (DX11) and decent voice-acting. Get it on sale and get ready for a fun 10 or so hours.

Installed size on hard drive (all DLC): 9 GB

You can view the opening of game here .

This time around, we are playing as Darius Mason, son of Jake Mason (from the film Red Faction: Origins), and grandson of Alec Mason (Red Faction: Guerrilla). The terraformer has been destroyed, driving all of Mars' human residents underground. But even deeper inside the Mars crust lies an alien threat. If that sounds Red Faction: Armageddon has ventured into B-movie / game territory, you’d be right. It’s a linear shooter, with some fantastic weapons (magnet gun! though the Napalm Laser is another favorite) and decent atmosphere and graphics. While I suppose much of Armageddon has been done before, it’s done well here. So well that I was disappointed when the game ended that there wasn’t more to it.

Real player with 68.0 hrs in game

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The Red Faction franchise got its start in 2001, with the original title seeing critical success on numerous levels; making it an instant, must-play classic. While 2002 saw the second game released, further development in the series was halted until 2009, when fan-favorite destruction sandbox Red Faction: Guerrilla saw the light of day. Although the Red Faction IP was sold to Nordic Games after the unfortunate demise of THQ, no information has surfaced regarding new entries into the series. Therefore, 2011’s Red Faction: Armageddon will have to do.

Real player with 20.2 hrs in game

Red Faction®: Armageddon™ on Steam



Quite a good game. I admit there are some issues that need to be resolved but overall it’s rather good. I would like it for more weapons to be had and finding things easier like keys and the like. I also think there should be some more places to explore than just the one city. Overall it’s good if you just like to walk around and blow stuff up in a way. Perhaps more weapons and more effects like fireballs and flames from buildings and the like would make it better.

Real player with 185.1 hrs in game

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Completely Wreckomended. Earn points from shooting things to upgrade in order to use the exotic vehicles for even more destructive fun!

Update: I found enough keys so I just unlocked survival mode which made me giggity, and now I look forward to unlocking the rest! Recent updates today or yesterday are awesome, game is super fun for me!

Real player with 97.6 hrs in game

Destructo on Steam



this game is alot of fun. slamming into the side of a building at 300 mph and watching it shatter. the only issue i have is that there is no sandbox mode. and the consistant enemy spawn is causing me more lag then the physics! it would be fun to have the city and unlimted ammo without the constant enemy spawn and even some way to build our own creations. over all this game is a good time waister and it has alot of potential

worth the 5$

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

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Great indy Gem.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

FALL on Steam



90’s, metropolis

You play as a giant monster whose only desire is destruction.

Confront enemy units, ravage cities and cause as much destruction as possible.

  • Control a giant monster

  • Destroy urban environment

  • Fight enemy military units (planes, tanks, rocket launchers, etc.)

  • Shoot laser beams

  • Throw objects such as buildings and airplanes

  • Collect bonuses and power ups

  • Release a cruel roar with your own voice (optional)

  • Monster vs Monster mode - take part in a city destruction in turn-based PvP mode (optional)



Maximum Override

Maximum Override

Maximum Override is incredibly fun to play. Outright chaos in a minimalist city/suburb/rural environment wrought by explosive destruction to whatever ends you decide. However, the game can become incredibly laggy even at the lowest settings as long as rubble keeps piling up. The game gets rid of the lag by clearing the debris as soon as you lose sight of it. I am very displeased that the game demands it do this, as I like to be able to see the leveled buildings, rather than smooth pavements. The game is also prone to crashing, especially when trying to take control of the vending machines, among other annoying quirks.

Real player with 14.7 hrs in game

While this game isn’t too bad to hop in and play, I think there needs to be much more content to make it worthwhile. I received a copy for free, but still didn’t see the value in the game after putting so much time in.

Full Video Review:


The developer found my review and wrote me. He seemed to be upset that I gave an honest review. He thinks that for $6.99, there is plenty of content. I provide free reviews for developers, that are HONEST, and apparently the developer doesn’t like my opinion. For that reason, I thought I’d share this as well as expand my review to state why I am not recommending it.

Real player with 10.1 hrs in game

Maximum Override on Steam

Red Faction

Red Faction

Red Faction 1 (RF1) is a great game, but I’m posting a negative review because the port of the game that Steam sells barely works as it is.

I bet RF1 would run well on Windows 98, ME, or XP, but no one should be using a 32-bit version of Windows anymore, and that has been the case since Windows 7 came out in 2009. You can pretty much take my review of Max Payne and pretend I am talking about RF1, because with RF1, we have another example of Steam being lazy and selling a port that, for the vast majority of users, doesn’t work as it is.

Real player with 21.7 hrs in game


Big scary hydraulic door with a ‘press to open’ button on the wall next to it giving you the willies? Not to worry! The giant overpowered rocket launcher provided in the open confines of most mining stations can safely dismantle the nearest wall and create a you-sized hole to climb through! Just ignore all the potentially flammable gas from the mines by the way. There are only a few thousand people down there – we don’t care about them, and neither should you.

Real player with 14.6 hrs in game

Red Faction on Steam

Revel Rousers

Revel Rousers

Had a lot of fun playing! Thanks.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Wacky fun!

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Revel Rousers on Steam



I’m writing this review after completing the game a few times. I’m playing StressOut on my Quest 2 thrugh VirtualDesktop on Steam with my 1080ti graphics card and I didn’t see any performance issues so far. The game runs smooth.

From a design perspective game is an smash up playground and I think it’s meant to relax and intrigue with unique mechanics. Even tho the game is in Early Access, I enjoyed fun mechanics like object manipulation that resembles a bit of Portal 2 and Garry’s gravity gun. It’s sooo satisfying wrecking havoc in VR.

Real player with 90.0 hrs in game

Break stuff and get rewarded for it in VR. Time constraints force toy to exert yourself quick as you absorb and shoot objects from your hand when you’re not just picking stuff up to smash other stuff

Real player with 8.9 hrs in game

StressOut on Steam

VRobot: VR Giant Robot Destruction Simulator

VRobot: VR Giant Robot Destruction Simulator

Updated March 11, 2018

Not recommended → Recommended

Played on HTC Vive

Have you ever wondered how a usual day of a giant destructive robot plays out?

Well I haven’t, but having played this game, I’d say it’s somewhat decent.

The day starts out great and the robot is surprised due to the beautiful surroundings, however when his day ends after only 30 minutes, he gets rather upset.

At my first run through the game, I was left with all my expectations utterly shattered. However, I’ve come to a realization - allow me to enlighten you.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

VRobot: VR Giant Robot Destruction Simulator:

Isn’t it always good news when you wake up in the morning? Some days, it’s the only good news you get. Let’s say you wake up late . . . you rush out the door wearing pants from one suit and a jacket from another and you haven’t even noticed. You decide to buy a take-away coffee to rouse your senses further but for some inexplicable reason, the lid isn’t firmly attached and you spill your coffee all over your suit! And to make matters worse, it happens in the subway with everybody wathcing! After all of that, you get hammered by your boss for being late! These are the days you wish you were a giant robot able to squash anything you get your hands on. Well, today was one of those days, and your reward is to let it all go with VRobot, The Giant Robot Destruction Simulator!

*– [Real player with 2.9 hrs in game](*


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## Chaos Caves

Very underestimated little game. I've played this for 50h+ with my kids and had such a great time of it. While it has a little learning curve to it, due to many controls and unusual interface, it's still extremely simple to get started with. Between digging, light gravity maneuvers, and portals, it has some complexity to it as well.

It contains some really novel ideas, which makes this game stand out. For example, "Sudden Death" after one player is out, makes the waiting really short for the dead player.

*– [Real player with 75.3 hrs in game](*

Awesome party game when friends are over. Quick rounds means you are always playing. We have never laughed so hard playing for hours. A must buy for friends who love quick games and killing their friends.

*– [Real player with 7.4 hrs in game](*