Red Faction’s Art Is Now Buried Beneath The Dust

Despite the guilty pleasures of Red Faction: Guerilla, all it took was one sub-par game in the series (Red Faction: Armageddon) for publisher THQ to, at least temporarily, pull the plug on the series. Which is a damn shame.

In memory of a franchise (or at least its contemporary revival) that lived too fast and died too young, then, here’s a collection of top-shelf concept art from the pariah itself, Red Faction: Armageddon.

These character concepts and environment pieces were done by Massive Black, a creative studio based in San Francisco that not only breathes life into the world of video games but that of major motion pictures as well.

To see the larger pics in all their glory, either click the “expand” icon on the gallery screen or right click and “open link in new tab”.

Fine Art is a celebration of the work of video game artists.

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