Keith B writes "As one of the first games produced by Warner Bros Interactive you can bet that the production values for this are going to be high, and they are. The game is long, with plenty of combat to wade through before your finale, and moving away from the corridor crawling of the debut title should help break away from the claustrophobic feel. With environments that are not only detailed but often genuinely creepy, the outlook is good.
That it even saw the light of day is a miracle in itself, considering the takeovers and so forth with Vivendi. The two sequels to the first release (produced off site by another developer) have been bypassed and this returns to the time of the very first F.E.A.R."