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Red Faction: Guerrilla

Live-Action Red Faction Movie Set To Debut In June

If you love the Red Faction franchise, established genre actors and a good old fashioned sci-fi action movies then you may be pleased to hear that Red Faction: Origins now has a release date.  The live-action prequel to the forthcoming Red Faction: Armageddon video game will be airing on the SyFy Network June 4th, just three days after RF: Armageddon is released on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

More Red Faction: Guerrilla papercraft

Back in April Red Faction community member rundown created a wonderful papercraft version of the iconic RF sledgehammer which amazed many due to its quality. If having your own papercraft sledgehammer didn’t fulfill your Red Faction fandom then perhaps having two cubecraft versions of characters from RF: Guerrilla will satisfy you.

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Get your own Red Faction sledgehammer

After the release of the demo in Qore it seems like the hype for Red Faction: Guerrilla is increasing to a fever pitch. The combination of solid visuals, enjoyable gameplay and of course some of the most entertaining destruction we've seen in quite some time is shaping Red Faction: Guerrilla to become a hit when it's release this June.

One member of the Red Faction community is so excited for the game that he decided to make his own verion of the iconic Red Faction sledgehammer weapon albeit one made out of paper.

 

Red Faction: Guerrilla - "Special Weapon" Developer Diary. The Ostrich Hammer.

Usually when a game is criticized by the rabid users of various internet message boards most developers tend to either ignore it or try to stick up for themselves but ultimately look like fools (hi Dennis Dyack). Thankfully the developers at Volition know how to take and joke and then run with it.

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