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F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin
Game Over Online
18 March 2015
Excerpt: Alma’s back and this time she’s mad. Actually she was pretty pissed the first go around, but she certainly hasn’t gotten any happier. F.E.A.R. 2, after a brief prelude, takes up where the original left off: Alma on the loose and the city in ruins.
Conclusion: I played a good amount of the fear 2 multiplayer and I must say it's not very good. For one finding matches is the biggest obstacle since the game is almost 2 1/2 years old. However, when you do find a match the game modes are pretty much the same as every other shooters out there.
Conclusion: Concept: Alma returns to wreak havoc on your psyche and feed enemies to your gun
Graphics: Fantastic explosions and eerie environments overcome the less impressive textures
Sound: Soundtrack alternates between creepy mood-setting effects and uninspired battle music
Playability: Tight controls, save...
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Summary: The original F.E.A.R. hit all of the right notes in providing a challenging FPS experience wrapped up in an amazingly scary horror setting. F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin offers up improved gameplay and better presentation, but the horror elements don’t seem to have advanced along with everything else.
Summary: F.E.A.R. 2 avoids the pitfalls of its predecessor while throwing in a few tricks of its own. As with the original game, the audio work is superlative in and out of combat. Cinematic tools like pacing and lighting are utilized with great skill to evoke moods that range from the creeped-out willies to...
Excerpt: When F.E.A.R arrived back on the scene in 2006, many praised the action horror shooter calling it an intense thrill ride which spooked the bejeebers out of gamers. It was a highly regarded game and was a 'must own' for fans of the horror genre.
Summary: Whilst " F.E.A.R.2: Project Origin " may not bring anything too revolutionary to the first person shooter genre, what it does bring is a game which can only be described as fun and frustrating in equal measures.