Summary: PSN ID GremDUDE. This was the 2nd game that I finished on my PS3--the first being Half Life 2 on the Orange Box. This is a great game for FPS fans and delivers plenty of scares and jumps. Like Half Life 2, you have to deal with a flashlight that only lasts about 20 seconds or so.
Summary: It's a decent game, good for some fun playing time. Worth it if you can pick it up for close to $20. Didn't try online play, so this review is only based on the campaign. The Good: - Interesting plot, but lots of holes. - Fun. - Some good creepy moments. Even made me jump a few times.
Summary: Ok, so FEAR on the PS3 is easily one of my favorite games. My favorite types of movies are action and horror and they blended both very well in this game. Sound: The sound on this game is perfect for setting the mood. The soundtrack is very creepy. Graphics: This is where the game really hurts.
Summary: I have to agree with the general concensus. The graphics overall are 'eh' ok. I thought the graphics did get better further on in the game and they are enhanced when in 'focus or slomo' mode. It's not what I hoped it would be but once you master the techniques it is very fun to play.
Conclusion: The load times are slow and the controllers are very hard to get used to. The slow motion effect is so cool and very useful. Although the graphics are impressive, the light effects are not what you would expect. The ability to control camera during cut scenes are cool.
Summary: Definately not worth the $60 I paid for the game. Gets old quickly and it campaign is short, maybe thats a good thing. I would recommend Doom 3 for regular xbox for equivalent graphics, 3 times the game play length, and you will save $30. Or buy it, get bored, and return to Halo the next day.
Quality title with major multichannel sound issues
Olaf Barthel "Harmlos", amazon.co.uk
24 August 2009
Summary: As to be expected from Monolith Productions, the studio which created this game, the game and sound design and writing are excellent. The visuals may look dated, but the game holds up, even more than three years after the original PC game, of which this is a port, was published.