Die Erde im 22. Jahrhundert - fünf Jahre nach der Rebellion auf dem Planeten Mars. 15 Jahre lang hat der korrupte Diktator Sopot das Volk der Nation unterdrückt. Sein unerbittliches Streben nach der Vereinigung mit der benachbarten United Republic hat dem Land nur unnötiges Blutvergießen und Armut gebracht.
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Veröffentlichung: 9. Apr. 2003

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Die Erde im 22. Jahrhundert - fünf Jahre nach der Rebellion auf dem Planeten Mars.
15 Jahre lang hat der korrupte Diktator Sopot das Volk der Nation unterdrückt. Sein unerbittliches Streben nach der Vereinigung mit der benachbarten United Republic hat dem Land nur unnötiges Blutvergießen und Armut gebracht. Überall wird Werbung für sein Unterfangen gemacht und aus dem öffentlichen Informationsgebäude, das zu Ehren des egoistischen Diktators errichtet wurde, kommen dauernd neue Sendungen über den bevorstehenden Sieg obwohl tatsächlich immer mehr Soldaten sterben. Eine Gruppe von Super-Soldaten, die mit Nanotechnologie injiziert wurden, hat genug davon und gelobt, den Diktator zu stürzen und den Frieden im Land wiederherzustellen.
Als Alias, einem Zerstörungsexperten, verteidigen Sie Ihr Land mit Hilfe von fünf weiteren Truppenmitgliedern, von denen jeder in einer anderen Zerstörungsmethode spezialisiert ist. Kämpfen Sie sich mit Hilfe von verschiedenen Fahrzeugen, besonderen Waffen und viel Sprengstoff durch die verschiedenartigen Levels, mit dem Ziel die Regierung zu stürzen.
  • Verbesserter Geo-Mod™ Engine — der einzige FPS mit frei wählbarer Echtzeitmodifikation
  • Brandneue Geschichtshandlung und Figuren — kämpfen Sie als Mitglied einer Elitetruppe mit fünf weiteren Soldaten
  • Verbesserte Grafik und vorgefertigte Filmabschnitte ermöglichen ein absolut spannendes Spielerlebnis
  • Verwenden Sie vier verschiedene Fahrzeuge im Kampf wie Panzer, Luftkissenboot oder U-Boot
  • Durch viele Boss-Schlachten erhalten Sie bessere Feuerkraft
  • Inklusive vierzehn Massenvernichtungswaffen mit Zweifachkombinationen
  • Komplett neues Inventar an nützlichen Gegenständen wie Erste-Hilfe Kits, Nachtsichtgeräten, verschiedenen Granaten und vielem mehr
  • Geheimmissionen mit Rätseln sowie actionreiche Ziele
  • Forgeschrittenes AI Verhalten - die AI reagiert völlig realistisch auf jede Kampfsituation
  • Erleben Sie verschiedene Endungen je nach Kampfstil und Ihrem Karma im Spiel


    • Betriebssystem: Windows® 2000/XP
    • DirectX: DirectX 8.1
    • Prozessor: Pentium III 500 MHz oder besser
    • Speicher: 128 MB RAM
    • Grafikkarte: 3D Grafikkarte (16 MB)
    • Sound: DirectX 8.1 Soundkarte
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16 von 25 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
4.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Juni
Ouch. What a disappointment. This is not only a downgrade compared to the first game, but it's a radically different kind of game whatsoever. Not that I have a problem with something different, but when the first game was already quite original and interesting, sacrificing that in the name of dumb, macho straightforward action with a laughable storyline and unappealing characters. The level design ranges from frustratingly confusing to infuriatingly linear "Call of Duty" style, complete with piles of rubble conveniently blocking the paths you can't follow. What's worse is that the game boats is Geomod feature, but makes poor use of it -- you can never know when you're allowed to blast your way through a door or wall, or just patiently look for another way around it. And really, when you have rockets and grenades that can punch massive holes in regular walls, not being able to walk through a simple locked door is pretty insulting.
If there is something that could salvage this game is the weapons, which are pretty nice and diverse, but weapons alone don't make a good game. The bad level design and arbitrary variations of difficulty along the way work against the fun constantly. But what utterly killed the experience are the unskippable cutscenes. Now, the first Red Faction also had those, but you could save the game anytime and anywhere, so you could conveniently save after one of those. But here, you're not allowed to save manually, and you can only restart between level transitions; and some of them have some extremely long and boring cutscenes at the immediate start, especially the tough boss battles. I have no problem with a tough boss, but when I'm forced to idly stare at the screen for 20-30 seconds to watch a cutscene I have already watched, and which adds no information at all about the game, that drives me nuts.
Overall, it's a huge wasted potential: it's not very fun, it's very ugly and boring to look at, and it doesn't follow the original game at all. If you really expected something to carry on the experience of Red Faction, abandon all hope.
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15 von 24 Personen (63%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
3.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Juli
Don't. Just don't. There are better games. This game is.... it's bad. It's essentially what Red Faction: Armageddon (I mean, Armageddon was disappointing comparing it to Guerilla, but that is at least better than this blasphemy) was to Red Faction: Guerilla. Red Faction 1 was fun, interesting, but... Red Faction 2 is just... like, at some points I found myself having mild fun while playing it, and then the feeling of numbness just returned after a while. The characters are bad, the story is awful, and... did they really have to remove/lessen the extent of how destructible environments were? I know in Red Faction 1 they were there, but in Red Faction 2...

Also, perhaps something I should have started out by saying, this game has literally nothing to do with the Red Faction. It doesn't even take place on Mars, it takes place on Earth. I played Red Faction 1 prior to this game and remember thinking "I'm having fun." but when I was playing this game I just sort of spaced out and kept thinking to myself "Why am I playing this? I have hundreds of other games I could be playing.". The terrible voice acting just droning on and on... my Steam time for this game is like 3.8 hours. I won't lie, after the first hour and a half of playing this game I just wanted it to be over, so I turned on the cheats and just suffered/blasted through the rest.

I can't even get over the fact that they called this Red Faction. It's not Red Faction. Thus, if you're actually looking to play through this series (or more likely, you played either Guerilla or Armageddon and are interested in giving the older games a shot which is how I ended up here, play Red Faction 1, and then skip over this one. You will literally be missing nothing.)

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13 von 21 Personen (62%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
3.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. Oktober
This game sucks but yeah it's a red faction game had to buy it and play it!
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5 von 7 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Juli
Red Faction II is a sequel of Red Faction by Volition Inc. While the first game has you starting as a simple miner caught up in the rebellion and you end up being the best soldier capable of defeating even mercenaries, this one has you playing as Alias, one of the few nano-tech enhanced soldiers left in the world, joining Red Faction against the authoritarian regime of Sopot and his elite guards. The story felt very derivative and rather lame, compared to the "fish out of water (that turned out to be a shark)" story of the first. This time, you're simply better than anybody else, and everybody knows it. You're the demo guy, while others in your squad are scout, sniper, heavy weapons, vehicles, and commander.

Graphics are good for the time, and Red Faction has a feature called "Geomod" which allows certain walls or terrain features to be destroyed, creating alternative avenues of approach. However, what's destructible and what's not are not obvious and you don't have indefinitely amount of ammo for experimentation. in the single player you will sometimes have to create exits with the explosives.

Based on tech of the time, poly count is relatively low, but tolerable. Texture was state of art back then and merely tolerable now. The fun part is the gun play, but this is an old-school shooter... no lean, no cover and blind shoot, no tagging, What you see and aim in the crosshair is what you get. And you get to carry bazillion weapons... single or double pistol, machine pistol, and later, nanotech pistol (single hand means you can throw grenades, doubled gun can't use grenades). Then you get to shotgun (dual barrel, one with regular buckshot, other with incendiary) SMG, assault rifle, assault rifle with grenade launcher, LMG, rocket, grenade launcher, sniper rifle, railgun, and other fancy weapons. There's also grenade, incendiary grenade, and satchel charges.

You will also sometimes get to play with vehicles, such as aerial gunner (man the turret!), submarine fighter (launch torpedoes), tank (main and coax guns), as well as armored suit with rockets and twin gatlings, just to break up the monotony of shoot, shoot, and shoot.

There are occasionally severe lack of hints, as you are given NO IDEA on where to go, but if you explore a little, there's probably a door you need to open, or a hole you need to make bigger, or a wall you need to jump over, and such. And to encourage you to go on your way, an infinite number of enemies will spawn to "encourage" you to move along and since your ammo is limited, you should move along, albeit this was never explained anywhere.

On easy level your health resets to 100% between stages, so that makes the game quite a bit easier. Furthermore, your health autoheals if you stay out of combat for about 10 seconds. You can have up to 3 health kits on you, and they will auto-heal you when your health gets too low. Obviously that means you should not get hit that often, lest you run out of them! Fortunately, they often can be found on dead soldiers (just run over them to collect). It's only later that there are certain enemies that don't leave loot.

All in all, RF2 is an also ran. In making the protagonist a super-soldier, it also lost most of the charm of "fumbling your way around" of the first RF game. Not to mention the plot is virtually cliche. Basically, you do the heavy lifting, someone else reap the benefits, and then there's the... surprise! :)

I managed to finish it in a couple hours, and I'm not a speed-run guy. It's just very short in single player. I imagine there can be more fun in MP, but being this old, MP lobby's long dead. It's kinda fun for historical purposes, and it's cheap, but you'd probably be better off with a modern RF, like RF: Guerilla or such.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
5.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. November
I had trouble with this crashing on me last year, booted it up today and it ran fine. Destructible FPS with tons of bosses and balanced difficulty.
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