Excerpt: F.E.A.R. 2 is a paradox. On one hand, it's a brutal, weighty and magnificently polished first-person shooter, by far the most adept Monolith has produced. It ticks just about every box you could imagine within the action genre, and is going to leave a lot of its market very satisfied indeed.
Summary: Parents need to know that F.E.A.R. 2 is a Mature-rated game and for good reason: it shows a lot of violence and gore -- including human and inhuman enemies that spray blood when attacked and collapse in a heap on the floor -- as well as sexual themes (an act of sex, though not graphic, and a very young girl with hair that barely covers her naked breasts), and foul language.
Excerpt: Don't fancy reading the review? Would you prefer to sit back in your chair and watch some glorious 720p HD footage of the game in action while listening to us tell you about F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin? If so head over to our video review for a condensed review of Monolith's first-person shooter. If I ever meet the person who first realised that slow-motion made things more fun, I'll give them a big pat on the back. While its use in F.E.A.R.
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. Meaning they could of came out with a new aspect to the shooter multiplayer.
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. That being said, many critics expressed concerns with the control scheme and the linear gameplay. Almost two and half years later the sequel has arrived in the form of F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin.
Summary: Overall the game was a satisfying experience, minus what I mentioned in the spoiler section, and the slightly low curve of difficulty. F.E.A.R 2 offers a compelling story, with a pretty sick and twisted ending. The game also includes plenty of action to keep most fans of the genre happy. With a decent multi-player mode, that I may give more time to, I would say F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin is definitely worth a look.
Excerpt: Your mind is spinning. With every hard fought breath, your brain pulsates, feebly trying to flush out the nightmarish visions that occur so regularly. You’ve seen it before. The familiar, gurgling, blood-stricken torso leeches itself into the core of your thoughts. She’s there: her cry intensifying to restore your attention. Eyes locked on, she’s reading your every move. Like you, she’s older, wiser, and has greater power.
Summary: Project Origin continues F.E.A.R.'s supernatural suspense story of an escalating paranormal crisis that threatens to destroy a major American city. Alma now has free reign, and the consequences will be unimaginable.