Troy Baker in one of his earlier video game roles as Alec Mason is joined by a cast of decent voice actors, and an evocative enough sci-fi soundtrack.
The hike in resolution and frame rate is plain to see, but there's been little apparent effort to optimise Red Faction: Guerrilla, with a shoddy draw distance and a handful of bugs still present.
This is where it really counts. Guerrilla is still deliriously enjoyable, the simple act of smashing stuff to pieces never getting old. The weapon selection and aiming controls are bit annoying, but you can remap the layout.
The base game and its accompanying DLC, the overlooked multiplayer and excellent Wrecking Crew modes all present and correct, but it's all a bit sloppy on the presentation front.
The same old list from nine years ago, which to be fair was not too bad to begin with. Again, however, there are a few too many achievements skewed towards multiplayer, but there's an excellent spread overall.