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Red Faction is a video game series created by Volition, Inc.
The first Red Faction game takes place on Mars, where a group of miners rebel against Ultor because of the horrible living conditions they have to face while on Mars. By the third game, Ultor is long gone and all that is left of it are a few ruins of Ultor buildings.
The Saints Row series features many references to Red Faction, but Volition have confirmed that the Saints Row and Red Faction universes are not linked, and that the Ultor references were only intended as Easter Eggs.
|Ultor||The Ultor corporation in Saints Row was a peripheral company who sponsored the Ultor Dome and had some Clothing items. In Saints Row 2, Ultor is a main antagonist. Ultor continues making appearances throughout the series.|
|Mars||In Ultor Exposed, when The Protagonist asks Tera Patrick where Ultor plans on mining, she responds by saying: "You wouldn't believe me if I told you". In Corporate Warfare, The Protagonist tells Eric Gryphon: "Ultor can go to Mars for all I care".|
|Masako||The head of the Mercenaries in Red Faction is called Masako, the name of the protection team of Ultor in Saints Row 2.|
|Vogel||In Red Faction, a mountain in Mars' ice area is called Mount Vogel, a reference to Dane Vogel.|
|Gryphon||In Red Faction, there's an Ultor administrator named Richard Gryphon, in Saints Row 2: Corporate Warfare, and Saints Row: The Third there is an Ultor administrator named Eric Gryphon.|
|Miners||In Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed, Tera Patrick mentions research to improve Miners working conditions, miners made up the original Red Faction.|
|EDF Scout||In Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed, there is a vehicle named the EDF Scout, which are used to scout out hazardous mining areas. When The Protagonist asks where such equipment would be needed, Tera says that he wouldn't believe it if she told him. The EDF are the antagonists of the then recent Red Faction Guerilla. The vehicle is almost identical to the vehicle in that game, except for a different turret.|
|EDF Flyer||on the very top floor the Stilwater Science Center, there is a model of an EDF Flyer from Red Faction Guerrilla. These also appear in the mission "Gangstas in Space", the Tails of the Flyers have EDF markings.|
|Gangstas in Space Speech||In the final cutscene of the mission "Gangstas in Space", The Protagonist gives a speech the same as the speech given by Alec Mason, the protagonist of Red Faction: Guerrilla, in the final cutscene of that game. Reinforced by how Male 1's voice actor is Troy Baker, the same person who voices Alec Mason in Red Faction: Guerrilla.|
|Construction Walker||While walking off set in the Gangstas in Space DLC[which?], a prop of a giant Construction Walker can be seen.|
|Shaundi||A image of Shaundi appears in Red Faction: Guerrilla in a radio tag.|
|Mr. Toots||The Unicorn who can fire destructive rainbows from it's rear (who is utilized as a weapon in Red Faction: Armageddon) is featured on a green logo on the ground in one of the STAG bases.|
|Mason||During the mission "De Plane Boss" a mock introduction to a film titled The Inevitable Rise and Fall of Johnny Gat is said to be a Mason Brothers Production. In Red Faction: Guerrilla there is a playable character named Alec Mason (who is voiced by Troy Baker who does the default Protagonist in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV) and has a brother called Daniel Mason.|