Reviews and Problems with F.E.A.R 2: Project Origin
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STEAM = CONTROL FREAKS - stay away from any steam games
Mario J. Machado, Amazon
8 November 2009
Summary: This is how it is: I would potentially rate the game if I could play it. Since I purchased it used, it was already activated to a Steam account. The Steam account is required to install the game. I tried to get Steam to transfer the CD Key to my already present account but was told no.
Summary: I would potentially rate the game if I could play it. Since I purchased it used, it was already activated to a Steam account. The Steam account is required to install the game. I tried to get Steam to transfer the CD Key to my already present account but was told no.
Summary: I am not about to rant about DRM/STEAM as this has worked well since Half Life so who cares. What I am going to rant about is how lousy this is. The game that PC gamers made famous now goes CLEARLY console with an afterthought port to the PC.
Summary: Having played a bit of this on a friends machine I can say it is almost as good as the original for FPS play. I think the original was a bit better interms of audio and some visual effects. Where Monolith really dropped the ball was making this dependent on Steam for install and play.
Summary: the product links i recomend, to the 1st 3 games of fear. they were great. but this one disapointed me tremendously.this game does have something the others dont, STEAM. i also had trouble seeing through a lot of the game.sometimes even with the tourch on. i played through once, no more.
Summary: Not sure how much fun this new Fear game is, since I am having major problems installing it. It does not mention it, but you have to have STEAM downloaded from the internet before you can play. And then the games downloads from the internet. What fun with dialup.
Summary: Firstly, I was a big fan of the original F.E.A.R and the add-ons. It was atmospheric, unpredictable, and had nice active Multiplayer community. The sound and graphics were great and the whole horror-FPS was a great twist on an old format. A few rather large problems with this game though.
Summary: I've been a fan of Monolith since the days of Blood, and thoroughly enjoying FEAR 1, I went ahead and bought this without reading up on it. Big mistake. To summarise? - Stupid locked 16:9 display ratio (effectively putting big black bars over the top and bottom of the monitor screen)?