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Long since the revolt from the mining of Mars, a new group has taken over Red Faction, and their sights are set on the dictator, Chancellor Sopot. Sopot originally created the Red Faction soldiers using a form of nano technology but, fearing they would fight back, ordered them to be destroyed.

As the leader of the group, your task is to take back freedom that was lost, and save your skin as well as that of those who work with you.

As was originally designed in the first Red Faction, Geo-Mod builds the world around you as a means to destroy it. Using rockets, mines and the many other weapons available, you can take down walls, blast through doors (therefore deleting the need for a security key) and bring down enemies by destroying the floor that they stand on. Vehicles can also be used to help in your tasks.

Multiplayer modes are also included for up to 4 players, as well as a collection of bots. As a note, the PC version does not have multiplayer.


Red Faction II PlayStation 2 Yours will not be the only tank on the streets, but opposing gunners won't have your aiming skills, of course.
Red Faction II Windows Red Faction forces help you battle the Urban Military in the burnt-out ruins of the city. Unlike the previous game, the Red Faction are no longer absolute wimps and can now hold their own in battle... most of the time.
Red Faction II PlayStation 2 With the fact that everything's destroyable, surroundings are a real sight to pass by.
Red Faction II PlayStation 2 Sometimes your pilot will not fly that up, so you'll have to deal with ground army full force.

Alternate Titles

  • "红色派系2" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
  • "RF2" -- Common abbreviation

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User Reviews

It must have taken great effort to make this game more disappointing than the first. Windows kbmb (399)
Old-school First Person Shooter Xbox Rupert Breheny (117)

Critic Reviews

PGNx Media GameCube May 12, 2003 9.2 out of 10 92
GamePro (US) PlayStation 2 Oct 15, 2002 4.5 out of 5 90
N-Zone GameCube Jul 09, 2003 84 out of 100 84 Xbox Jun 08, 2003 81 out of 100 81
GamePro (US) GameCube Mar 31, 2003 4 out of 5 80 GameCube Jun 11, 2003 79 out of 100 79
Super Play (Sweden) PlayStation 2 Nov, 2002 7 out of 10 70
GameZone Windows May 05, 2003 6.5 out of 10 65 Games Windows Jun 18, 2003 6 out of 10 60 Windows Jun 11, 2003 10 out of 20 50


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German version

There are a number of changes in the German version:
  • All blood and gore effects were removed
  • Corpses disappear a few seconds faster
  • All weapons which allow to set enemies on fire were replaced with other weapons
  • A few cheats relating to blood and gore effects were removed
A detailed list of changes can be found on (German).


In the sewer levels there are signs that read...

Why are you people so stupid? We have to put signs all over the place because if we don't you would walk off a cliff into a lava pit or something. What is up with that? Come to think of it, you won't read this sign anyway. So what's the point.
In the Citadel lever there are funny little subtitles beneath the signs on all the military buildings. I won't spoil the surprise so you will have to look for yourselves. Easy to find though.

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