¡ÚNETE A LA REVOLUCIÓN! Atraídos a Marte por la promesa de la Ultor Corporation de una vida mejor, miles de personas han llegado para buscar fortuna y trabajar para la masiva compañía minera. Pero no todo es lo que parece.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 18 sep. 2001

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Atraídos a Marte por la promesa de la Ultor Corporation de una vida mejor, miles de personas han llegado para buscar fortuna y trabajar para la masiva compañía minera. Pero no todo es lo que parece. Una plaga mortal se propaga entre los barracones, y los mineros sufren el maltrato diario por parte de los guardias de Ultor. ¿Se divisa una revolución en el horizonte?

Red Faction revoluciona la jugabilidad con la tecnología Geo-Mod, la capacidad de alterar y destruir por completo el entorno en tiempo real. ¡Con 5 vehículos manejables, 15 armas de destrucción masiva, una acción multijugador que no conoce rival, y en un escenario como Marte, asolado por una plaga mortífera y una rebelión, Red Faction ha establecido un estándar de oro en los juegos!

  • Tecnología Geo-Mod — el único FPS con modificación arbitraria y en tiempo real de la geometría

  • Acción multijugador inigualada, con estrategias específicas para Geo-Mod

  • Avanzada simulación física - soporta geometría que se derrumba, partículas y líquido

  • Cinco vehículos de tierra, mar y aire para comandar y controlar

  • Una convincente historia que se desarrolla a lo largo de 20 niveles variados

  • Misiones de incógnito y de acción

  • Entornos variados incluyendo zonas naturales únicas al género

  • Iluminación dinámica y en tiempo real que incluye mapas de luz, sombras proyectadas por los objetos y más

  • Avanzado comportamiento de IA

  • Deformación esquelética en tiempo real con interpolación para animaciones totalmente fluidas

  • Sistema de daño según la zona de impacto

  • Soporte multijugador por LAN y TCP-IP (hasta 32 jugadores)

Requisitos del sistema

    • Sistema Operativo: Windows® 2000/XP
    • Versión de DirectX: DirectX 8
    • Procesador: Pentium II 400 MHz o superior
    • Memoria: 64 MB RAM
    • Tarjeta Gráfica: Tarjeta Aceleradora 3D (8MB)
    • Sonido: Certificado para Direct X
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A 14 de 15 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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19.4 h registradas
Publicado el 14 de septiembre de 2015
Bienvenido a OLD FACTION compañero.

Unete a nosotros y olvidate de shooters pasilleros, curacion automatica y nivel de dificultad para mancos.

En OLD FACTION te prometemos un shooter a la antigua, una buena historia que bebe mucho de la pelicula Desafio Total, y un monton de situaciones jugables diferentes. Unete a nosotros y preparate para jugar un juego de los de antes, intenso, divertido y dificil... si eres merecedor de de jugar en el modo mas dificil, claro.

Vente, vente con nosotros y no hagas caso a las otras facciones. Intentaran convencerte con las peores artes, te hablaran de graficos antiguos y niveles vacios. Conspiraran y se confabularan para ofrecerte juegos fastuosos pero insulsos y vacios.

No les hagas caso. No cedas. Revelate.

Unete a OLD FACTION y comprueba lo que es un juego con alma, con cuerpo y sabor a vino del bueno.

Unete a OLD FACTION ciudadano y aprende que donde hubo siempre queda y donde queda siempre se recuerda.

Unete a OLD FACTION. Unete a la Revolucion. Unete a la vieja escuela.

Juego extremadamente recomendable, e incluso imprescindible, para todos aquellos que dicen conocer la historia del genero y disfrutan haciendolo. Especial atencion al sorprendente final jugable.

Mantenerse a buena distancia los seguidores de CoD FACTION, NIÑOS RATA FACTION y FANBOYS FACTION... pues nada encontraran en este juego.


8/10.
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.7 h registradas
Publicado el 31 de octubre de 2015
Un juego con varios años a sus espaldas, pero que sigue siendo muy recomendable.
Su ambientación, variedad de armas, la posibilidad de utilizar vehículos y la rapidez de su acción se mantienen a buen nivel hoy en día.
Pionero en la destrucción del escenario en tiempo real, permitiendo cierto grado de improvisación y de experimentación jugando con explosivos y con la gravedad.
Historia simple, pero interesante y con cierto tufillo a la película "Desafió Total", además, acompañada de una buena banda sonora.
Para fans de la ciencia ficción y la acción "añeja".
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A 76 de 93 personas (82%) les ha sido útil este análisis
33 personas han encontrado divertido este análisis
5.8 h registradas
Publicado el 20 de octubre de 2015
It's a rainy thursday evening, and Summer-Rain
has a thermometer sticking out of her mouth
as she curls up in bed, shifting underneath the
covers. You feel her forehead tenderly with your
hand's exterior before checking her temperature.

"Seems like it's going down..." You tell her, while
she pulls a long face. You open your laptop and
engage the Steam client, looking for a game to
play together, a simple one, to take her mind off
of the fever. Suddenly she grabs your arm, and
orders you to stop scrolling in your library.

"What's that one? I've heard of it, but it doesn't
seem familiar."
Summer-Rain points at a game
you remembered buying on the franchise sale.

RED FACTION.

You tell Summer-Rain about how you were ten
years old when the game came out and you had
to play as a miner named Parker who started as
a disenfranchised worker on Mars before leading
an entire Revolution against his evil company,
Ultor.

Summer-Rain pulls the sheets up to her nose and
says she wants ice cream while she watches you
play Red Faction. After a short trip to the kitchen
and fetching her a bowl of vanilla ice cream, the
introductory cutscene plays as Parker narrates
his down-on-his-luck life as a miner on Mars.

The introductory level opens quickly enough. A
fellow miner is provoked into assault with the
guards, and all hell breaks loose, with you quickly
obtaining a stun baton to bludgeon guards with
and a 9mm pistol as a basic firearm.

Remote charges that stick to targets and grenades
round out your arsenal in this starting stage,
and Summer-Rain laughs while you latch remote
charges to the oncoming Guards, their arms
flailing wildly as they scream and run about
before you detonate them.

You encounter an APC amid a rocky bridge as
Summer-Rain tells you to be careful, expecting
you to face the APC head-on with your Rocket
Launcher which has minimal ammo. You opt to
blow up the two edges of the rock bridge, which
sends the Guards and the APC falling to their
death down the ravine below.

"How-?!" Summer-Rain exclaims, before telling
her that this game has Geo-Mod technology, a
precursor to DICE's Frostbite engine and their
destruction 2.0. "Although this game is from
2001, almost everything you see that isn't part
of the preprogrammed story is fully destructable."


You are soon taking on Guards in drilling vehicles,
travelling between sabotaged power plants in
Submarines and even taking to the skies in one
level in one of Ultor's AESIR Fighters. By now, you
have obtained an Assault Rifle, a Shotgun, the
deadly Precision Rifle with 4x zoom scope and
almighty Sniper Rifle with 10x zoom scope.

Through it all, Summer-Rain mindlessly munches
ice cream in anticipation of what comes next,
with Parker laying waste to everything before him
in his quest to be free of Ultor and Mars.

The villains of the game, Dr. Capek and later the
cold, calculating mercenary Masako, prove to be
some of the most difficult boss fights in the game
with your meager health and zero modern-day
mechanics a player takes for granted, such as
shields and auto-save checkpoints.

When you die and you had the unfortunate habit
of not saving in a game like Red Faction, you find
yourself at the beginning of the Miner Uprising
at the start of the game, having to do it all. over.
again.


The supporting characters of Red Faction are
minimal, but they all compliment the story very
well. The hacker Hendrix is a non-annoying
version of Otacon, Summer-Rain observes, while
she likes the no-nonsense attitude of the Red
Faction leader Eos, and her right-hand man
Orion, who appears only a few times, but chews
up scenery well with his sincere voice acting.

The enemies of Red Faction progress incredibly
well. First there are regular guards, then the
Officers, with their rough-and-tumble black
assault rifles, red visors, yellow trim and biting
attitudes to match.

Later, armored Mercenaries take over the
enemy role, armed with heavy machine
guns, one-hit-kill Railguns (which can see
and shoot through walls)
and the dreaded
Fusion Rocket Launcher.

The end comes, and you have to disarm a
bomb that Eos is strapped to, but the controls
to disarm the bomb make no sense, and you
swear to the High Lords of Valhalla that the
timer is rigged. Summer-Rain has long finished
her vanilla ice-cream, cowering under the
blanket and hoping you can save Eos in time.

The screen fades to white, and both of you
find yourselves at the main menu of the game,
where you load your last save and find that
you have to fight Masako in her AESIR Fighter
again before you can try to disarm the bomb
she strapped to Eos. Summer-Rain heaves a
small sigh of disappointment.

"I could never figure out the sequence in time
back then anyway."
You shrug, apologizing
to Summer-Rain. She sets aside your laptop
and draws you in for a hug. Summer-Rain
thanks you for showing her a game from
your childhood, and if anything, she enjoyed
the ride with you, watching you play as
Parker and try to take down the Ultor
Corporation has her feeling better than
the fever that got her down.

You smile and say that you have to go
and prepare some things for tomorrow's
class before you can join her for the night.
"Go on, go on... hurry back so I don't get
too cold without you!"
She says. You nod,
and reach for your laptop, before her hand
closes on yours. "Leave the laptop." She
orders, and you shrug as you leave to pack
your bags for the class tomorrow.

As you leave her room, you hear the sound
of swooshing doors of the main menu theme
and a guard shouting the familiar words to
a certain Parker...

"HOLD IT, MINER!"

You turn round and see Summer-Rain
looking away from you at the ceiling, her
mouth in mock whistling. "Better red than
dead, huh Summer?"


She beams back at you.

RED FACTION.


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A 16 de 17 personas (94%) les ha sido útil este análisis
13.2 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de agosto de 2015
An old classic. The first in the famous Red Faction series. Here are my likes and dislikes about this game:

Positives:
- Great storyline
- Great mechanics despite being made in 2001
- Good graphics for an old game.

Negatives:
- Multiplayer is dead.
- When you get on the multiplayer there are too many hackers.

Despite the negatives I would recommend this game!
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1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
10.8 h registradas
Publicado el 11 de diciembre de 2015
A few years ago, I would have said to you: Red Faction? No way! And you would have probably told me: You never played it. Well, for once, you're wrong. Back then, I did try to play Red Faction. The problem is that I was already lost after a few seconds and my younger self didn't like open-world or games with multiple paths. And on a sale, months ago, I bought the four Red Faction games.

Red Faction puts you in the shoes of a Martian miner, oppressed by the Ultor Corporation (who is also doing illegal stuff). One day, a guard triggers a riot in the mines and Parker (it's you), to survive, takes a weapon and begins to find his way while shooting the enemies. He knows about Red Faction, a rebellious group fighting Ultor. He becomes that day one of them and a hero. But Parker uncovers also nasty secrets...

While the plot is basically common (the corporation doing illegal research and oppressing its employees), it's still interesting to see where it leads. To my big regret, I didn't really understand it. One moment, you're told about the plague, another one, it's about nanotechnology and the final one, it's about mercs. Anyway, the universe that was set seemed to have evolved into something more coherent but the fact is that the game isn't really answering some questions: Who is Eos? What's Masako background? And why are the guards so cruel? What about Parker? How come the Red Faction managed to infiltrate the Merc base? See, many questions, no answers.

I know the gameplay: shoot, lock and load. But I must say that I really appreciate the passages where you can take control of a vehicle: submarine, helicopter, jeep, etc.. It was refreshing back then. Not even Half-Life had that diversity. Besides, when you consider the weapons, while they're the usual ones (rifles, pistols), some of them are just great to use... Too bad they arrived way late in the game. But still they're there. My only concern is the overpowered Merc. They can kill you quickly and sometimes, you don't know from where they're coming from, they're spawning endlessly (and you can see it actually). But put a Merc with a Railgun and you're dead immediately. Game over. Well, it's fair because if you use the weapon, it's the same result but sometimes, you're wondering how they can touch you when you're hidden. Or when the door is just opening. Also, the end of the game is pretty hard: so many enemies, so few health packs. Its result was that I was with 5 HP knowing that I had a Merc with a Fusion Rocket Launcher after the corner and that I couldn't run far enough before the explosion. I managed to survive. But after I don't know how many tries.

And when I said that I was lost, it's true. I was often wondering what to do. I mean, I didn't have an objective put somewhere and given the Geo-Mod engine that will let you create your own path by destroying walls or floors, you can ask yourself where to go. And the developers made sure to make hesitate about the right way. For example, during your first stealth mission, Hendricks is only telling after a few minutes that you need to go on the third floor. So, the time I've wasted checking every office was frustrating me. And I didn't know where to go as some doors were guarded. That's an example of objectives not being precise enough.

I can't really complain about the graphics: after all, the game was done at the end of the 90'. When you see graphics now, it's logic to think that they're ugly. However, I find them pretty good for the time. A little too brown for my taste but it's due to the time that the character spend in the underground, mines or other canyons. I really enjoyed the lab and the space station and part of the Merc base. What was also good was the fact that you could destroy nearly everything on your screen and kinda make your own path. It's something I didn't do apart if it was part of the story, because well, let's be honest: I'm not into explosive stuffs.

Another good thing is the soundtrack. It's suiting the game well. And the voice acting of Hendricks and Eos is good. Parker, though, sounded like a spoiled angry kid. And there is something that may contributed to my confusion and my misunderstanding of the story: sometimes, sound (voice and music) weren't playing and dialogues in the cut scenes weren't in sync. I don't know if it's a problem of old game - new computer or if it was already the case back then.

Anyway, I don't know if I should play it again or not. Yeah, there are several levels of difficulty. But given my experience at the end of the game, I don't know if I would able to do harder than I did.

Red Faction was also a game including multiplayer. I didn't try it, so I can't say anything about it. But I suppose that it was involving Red Faction and Ultor and that the Geo-Mod Engine played its part in it.

And this is it. I can't say much more about that game. What is staying is that you should at least try it. Get over the graphics, get over the weird plot and enjoy the experience. After all, who doesn't want to be the hero of a revolution?

PS: yeah, I published that first on another site and forgot to paste it here.
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