The sequel to F.E.A.R. continues the supernatural suspense story of a powerful psychic named Alma, whose rage against those who wronged her caused her to begin an escalating paranormal crisis that threatens to devour and replace reality with her own. Players will encounter Alma as they explore the city that was annihilated by the cataclysmic explosion of the previous game. Instead of playing as the Point Man, the game's protagonist is Michael Becket, a special forces operator whose squad is sent in to arrest Genevieve Aristide approximately thirty minutes before the ending of F.E.A.R.
This game is nice, fast pace and at times scary, there is a nice arsenal of good weapons and beautifully detailed levels. It gives you some good abilities like bullet time, iron sights, sliding and being able to hit your opponents with your weapon. You can tell as you go on through the game that it gets harder as in there are less medkits, ammo, etc. I dont say the game is very hard as it only took a couple of days to complete but is fun and what makes it fun is that you get built in Achievements/ Awards within the game, most of which are obtained through multiplayer. BUT you get awards for completing chapters, killing enemies in a certain way and stuff for people who like to be tactical. Overall i give this great game a 10 for its amazing gameplay, levels, weapons, characters and scaryness mainly from Alma, the people who have played F.E.A.R. 1 & 2 will know what/who im talking about. Basicly a brilliant game.
Highest Rated (2 agree) 9/10
I voted 9, because it's one of the best fps games out there :D This is the best of the F.E.A.R. series :D (in my opinion) I chose 9 because of 5 things I focus on when reviewing, it's Quality, Scares, Lag, Length and Story (atmosphere and stuff like that is included in the Quality!) Quality: I like the graphics in this game, good, and that you can interact with most of the things around, tare down paintings flip things over to take cover behind it, all in all good :D Creepy atmosphere! Scares: in…
May 22 2013 by ScreamScreen