Reviews and Problems with F.E.A.R 2: Project Origin
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F.E.A.R 2: Project Origin PS3 Review
29 May 2010
Excerpt: When did little girls in films and games get recast from cute to malevolent? When did they shift from being little fluffballs of pink and ponies to be protected into the blank-eyed, lank haired harpies-in-training that we see in pretty much every scary movie or video game at the moment?
Conclusion: F.E.A.R. 2 provides a quality gaming experience, both online and offline, which will have gamer owners coming back for of Alma and the crazy situations surrounding her. With intuitive gameplay mechanics, solid A.I. and an engaging story element, F.E.A.R.
Excerpt: I'll be candid and blunt when I preface this review by stating that I'm growing tired of all the horror-FPS games like Condemned, Jericho, and FEAR. They all feel largely the same, and generally play out similarly.
‘F.E.A.R. 2′ takes creepy in a different direction
12 February 2009
Conclusion: The constant demands on the player’s peripheral vision and the redundant throwing of furniture for protection can be tiresome. Some foes are more distracting than interesting. And the single-player mode beats multiplayer for sheer entertainment value, as the latter reminded Game Guy of just about...
Excerpt: Read our Sony Playstation 3 Review of New Horror Shooter F.E.A.R. 2: Project OriginSequels generally have a lot to live up to (I'm basing this on the premise that the first incarnation of a title was good, which unfortunately isn't...
Conclusion: Fear is perhaps the most common feeling among men. Fear of the unknown. Fear of what tomorrow will bring. The fear of hurting the feelings of others. The fear of a car crash. The fear of what the future has in store.
Pros: The slow motion shooting, the paranormal themes and the weapons arsenal.
Cons: The story doesn't feel central to the experience, the graphics are nothing special.