GameVortex writes: "While most of the game takes place on-foot, every once in a while you get a chance to hop into a Powered Armored Unit. This was one element of the game that I wasn't completely sure of until I had a chance to play the game. Based on earlier coverage of the game, I wasn't sure how power armor would fit into the game's world, but now I get it. Besides, the units are incredibly fun to play around in. The unit is nearly unstoppable (which makes for an interesting challenge when you have to face off against one) and comes packed with enough firepower to level a small town, but at the same time, there are enough downsides that you're not omnipotent in one. The units control like slow-moving tanks and your view is restricted through a grainy HUD, but high-powered chain guns are a nice trade-off.
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin is a little slow to take off and some of the horror elements don't completely work, but as shooters go, it is as good as they get".