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F.E.A.R. Member Review for the PC

WolfStar690 By:
WolfStar690
03/03/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE First-Person Shooter 
PLAYERS 1- 16 
PUBLISHER VU Games 
DEVELOPER Monolith 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
M What do these ratings mean?

True Fear.

What is fear? An emotion? That feeling in the deepest part of are hearts? Or one of the best FPS shooters to ever heat the PC in 2005. The PC holds its home to many good FPS's but this... this is the best yet to be in that very home.

The story is somewhat confusing and likes to play around alot, but it dosnt matter cause this game is just amazing. You are an expert Op that is sent on a mission to kill some crazy SOB that is eating people and has control of some advance clones that dish out death well. This guys are smart, the best AI system is in this game and it shows. The firefights are breath taking and just so intense that you have to pause the game and just stare in wonder that you survived that experience. The clones are well trained and have good tactics, but your still a one man army. They trow grenades, use covering fire, find an easy way to get to you and blow you away if you get too close.

The guy thats eating people is not the only villan in this game, you have a 10 year old girl that scares the hell out you every time you see her, she is like the girl from the Ring but just so much more powerful and can kill you with one touch.

In the game you have a slow down time effect, and it gose good in this one for you see the bullet lines, the waves of explosion and the clouds of blood that you make with a big enough gun or explosion. You can blow off any part of the clones if you hit them right, arms, legs, head and in half. The game is scary too, not only is it great action but its one of the scariests games to ever hit the market.

The guns you hold do well, you can hold 3 at a time, witch is a nice change. You have a pistol, that can deal wield, rocket lancher, some sort of nail gun, shotguns, a 3 bust rifle, grenades, proximity mines and much much more. The only complain is that you need a really powerful video card that can handle in, if not then this will lag like crazy, even in sigle player. If you can handle it then get this. This has been the best shooter I have played on the PC yet. This will be hard to beat.


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