Summary: A much more modern title (in both graphics and game mechanics) than the original F.E.A.R. As a FPS it is a much more varied experience than the first game- the environments and level design are tied to the story and far more interesting than the endless repetitive drab corridors of the original.
Summary: After playing FEAR 3 first and then getting this one hoping it would be a retro look back I was underwhelmed by the play. After an hour or two I set it aside and when I go back when bored will update.
Summary: the overall game is mostly "meh"... but the ending is really interesting :) I don't even bother to mention about consolization cuz it's normal, every game is consolized these days... which is bad btw.
Summary: This sequel is simply ok. It doesn't provide the same intense horror experience that the original F.E.A.R. does. Original F.E.A.R. players will know more or less what to expect next. But other than the lack of innovation, it still is a decent game.
Summary: I bought the original F.E.A.R. game over a year ago, installed it, started it and got stuck and when I ran up against ALMA for the first time. She fried me 10 times and I gave up. I am a consistent STEAM user since the original PORTAL came out. A few months ago STEAM offered the complete F.E.A.R.
Summary: great game, fun and as in your face as the others. word from the wise thought dont waste your money on a used copy. first of all the game plays on STEAM and you can get the download on steam for $20( i had to to play it) and it will be yours. if you buy a used copy like i did.